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Old 09-28-2008, 02:58 PM
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Do you know the meaning of the Star & Crescent? I did not think so. It has so many symbolic meanings towards the Abrahamic religions
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The star and crescent symbol itself is very ancient, dating back to early Sumerian civilization, where it was associated with the sun God and moon Goddess (one early appearance dates to 2100 BCE), and later, with Goddesses Tanit and even Diana.
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Today, the star and crescent is widely accepted as a symbol of the Islamic faith
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It is, however, not accepted by all Muslims- many Muslims consider it un-Islamic and even blasphemous.
Islamic star and crescent

Not to mention the star is inverted

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During the 20th century, Satanists inverted the upright pentacle and adopted it as their own symbol. However, the symbol is most commonly shown with the head of a goat
PENTACLES AND PENTAGRAMS

And then we have the skull and bones in your symbolism.

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A skull and crossbones is a symbol consisting of a human skull and two bones crossed together under the skull. Today, it is generally used as a warning of danger (usually in regard to poisonous substances).
Skull and crossbones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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At Mission Santa Barbara, a religious outpost founded in California in 1786, stone "skull and crossbone" carvings denote the cemetery entrance.
Skull and crossbones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yet, you and your secret cult instill in young people that this is cool, and push your movies showing how cool the pirates are.

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THE PIRATE MASON.

FREEMASONS MONTHLY MAGAZINE - 1842
THE PIRATE MASON

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It is interesting to note that Pirates also called themselves 'Brethren of the Sea'; Members of the Masonic Order are also referred to as 'Brethren'
shipwrecks of the cayman islands: A ... - Google Book Search
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