Flags - Astrology and Numerology

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The inspiration for the flag of Israel is the prayer shawl of Jews with blue stripes on it and later the star got its entry when the Jews wanted a symbol for worship like that of a cross in Christianity and finally they ended up in the star.

This became a very common symbol and was later used in all ritual and official matters were also adopted in 1897 by the Zionist Congress.

The flag of Israel was adopted on October 28, 1948 and was white in colour with two blue stripes placed 15cm away from the top and bottom edges of the flag. In the centre of the flag is the blue six pointed Star of David with two interlocking equilateral triangles signifying the rise or new era for Israel.

According to astrology star is a symbol of light meaning bright future. Thinking of the Star, first of all, gives each of us the feeling that we are shining with light. Actually, shining beings - each of us. In this state we feel secure but free, and can be more loving, more accepting of other people. Not only that. By associating ourselves with the Star symbol, we are thinking of ourselves at the simplest, finest, level. As nothing but light, in fact. And just as the demonstration of our loving nature, even just a smile to a passer-by, can brighten other people's lives can totally alter the course of a day for them - so letting the Starlight shine from our hearts has a way of touching them inwardly. The star is generally said to symbolize all our hopes and aspirations. It means balance between the gifts of life and our gift to life.

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The blue color is mandated only as "dark sky-blue", and varies from flag to flag, ranging from a hue of pure blue, sometimes shaded almost as dark as navy blue, to hues about 75% toward pure cyan and shades as light as very light blue. The blue colour is also considered more sociable. The colour blue and its importance were derived from the skin colour of Lord Krishna, who is revered as the divine flute player. The special energy of the second Moon was considered 'blue' or divine by Indian religious scholars and priests. Blue symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, honesty, tranquility, and peace. Blue is a symbol of cold for it is related to sky and deep sea. The white colour is precise, critical, and sincere and in the Israel flag it is used as the symbol of purity.

According to numerologists, each number possesses a certain power that exists in the occult connection between the relations of things and the principles in nature which they express. The 6 pointed stars signify that the people of Israel are peace lovers. The number six is a loving, stable, and harmonious vibration and ruled by Venus. The astro reports also states the hard working nature of the people to keep at peace. The single star in the flag signifies the nature of the people who have extraordinary leadership skills, very ambitious, driven, goal-oriented, strong will power, courageous, unconventional, inventive, creative, original, pioneer, unique approach to problems, and independent, individualistic, great potential for success. Number 1 is the most individualistic of all numbers.