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The Hexagram in different cultures

April 12, 2017

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1. ‘Six pointed star’ pattern on an onigiri (rice ball) wrapper, Kyoto, Japan. 2. 1668 representation by Joan Blaeu of Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Bosnia from 1595 Korenić-Neorić Armorial. 3. Aerial photograph of Heathrow Airport, London, 1955. 4. Coat of arms of Przeworsk, Poland. 5. Hexagram on the Minaret of Arasta Mosque (Prizren). 6. Star and crescent on the obverse of the Jelacic-Gulden of the Kingdom of Croatia (1848). 7. Hexagram on the flag of Hayreddin Barbarossa. 8. Unicursal hexagram Alchemy, ancient Egypt. 9. Excavated in Ashtarak (Nerkin Naver) burial (3rd millenium BC., Armenia)

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1.Anahata (also known as Anahata-puri, or Padma-sundara) is symbolized by a lotus flower with twelve petals. 2.At the forecourt to Hisham’s Palace, visitors are greeted by a six-pointed star. The star, thought to have decorated the original entrance to the palace, Palestine. 3.Saint James Cathedral in the Armenian Quarter of Jerusalem 4.Hexagram at Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi, India 5. Chinese six – pointed star 6.Dish with central six-pointed star and concentric bands of geometric decoration, Ashmlean 7.Museum Hexagram on obverse of Moroccan Falus coin (1873) 8.Coat of arms of Halle an der Saale, Germany (1327). 9.Coat of arms of Oberglatt, Switzerland (1928).

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