The Star of David is the symbol of God and represents the sacred interaction between God and humankind. The down-pointing triangle represents the Godhead with the Holy Ghost at the tip, the Father at the right, and Christ on the right hand of The Father (our left).
The upward-pointing star represents the triune makeup of humans: body, spirit, and soul. The tip represents our soul which knows its true source and is always looking “up.” The left point is the body (logic resides in the left brain), and the right is our spirit-body.
Satan and the host of fallen angels are jealous of the children of God. We are the prized possession of God; angels were created as servants. The Star of David/Symbol of God represents His love for His children and is VERY powerful—for that very reason. God gave His only begotten Son for the rest of His children—that’s how much He loves us.
This symbol is like kryptonite to Satan and Satanists. When we wear it, we are remembering God, and He reciprocates immediately by pouring out more of His love and protection. In the center of this amulet is the universal symbol for protecting against “the evil eye”:
The idea appears several times in translations of the Old Testament. It was a widely extended belief among many Mediterranean and Asian tribes and cultures. Charms and decorations with eye-like symbols known as nazars, which are used to repel the evil eye, are a common sight across Armenia, Albania, Turkey, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Morocco, Greece, the Levant, Afghanistan, Southern Spain, and Mexico have become a popular choice of souvenir with tourists.1
The amulet comes with a thin leather cord, or it can be removed and added to a chain or bracelet of your choosing.