The LNP believe that the overwhelming majority of Queenslanders want their children brought up with a Judeo-Christian grounding in religious education…In many cases this applies to people who themselves may not be particularly religious.
– Bruce Flegg, LNP Education Spokesman (Queensland, Australia)
SOURCE: Parents Support Judeo/Christian Teaching, Brisbanetimes.com
In Arab sources the hexagram, along with other geometrical ornaments, was widely used under the designation “seal of Solomon,” a term which was also taken over by many Jewish groups. This name connects the hexagram with early Christian, possibly Judeo-Christian magic, such as the Greek magical work The Testament of Solomon.
- The Five-Pointed and Six-Pointed Judeo/Christian Stars of Mystery (stjudasmaccabaeus.wordpress.com)
After browsing the Four Elements images on Google, one finds that, in the vast majority of cases, the colors, symbols, and directions shown on various images and other forms of symbolic charts, are absolutely incorrect. No wonder their Magick never seems to work! Most of the wizards and witches today can’t even seem to know to retain even the most basic knowledge about the age-old Judeo/Christian tradition of the Four Elements.
In contrast to most of the images on the internet, this photo is completely correct and should be saved as a future reference tool because to truly practice ‘Magick’ the Judeo/Christian way, one must never forget the following:
Green Earth is in the North
Blue Water is in the West
Yellow Air is in the East
Red Fire is in the South
God bless and Shalom.
Occultists based in Judeo-Christian mythology consider the Hebrew names of God (such as Adonai and Elohim) to hold power, and none is more powerful than the tetragrammaton.
– The Tetragrammaton – The Unpronounceable Name of God, Catherine Beyer, About.com
- The Tetragrammaton – by Albert G. Mackey (fiveblueapples.wordpress.com)
- The Name of the True GOD (globalelite.tv)