691 – Docheiariou by Millet 1918


Who can explain the jewish star of David in an Orthodox monastery?



Broderie de l’Eglise : Epitaphios ou suaire(1,10 X 1, 75)

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3 Responses to 691 – Docheiariou by Millet 1918

  1. Vasilis says:

    Interesting is also the lecture of Graham Speake, which he gave at the monastery at Hereford (A Joint Symposium at Belmont Abbey, Hereford, 29th to 30th March 2005):

  2. Wim says:

    Wikipedia says: Usage by Christians
    The hexagram may be found in some Churches and stained-glass windows. Example of this is one embedded in the ceiling of the Washington National Cathedral. Because a similar-looking sign called the encircled pentagram is used in occultism, it was not used in church architecture until Christian architects, both Protestant and Catholic, began to accept the notion that the Star of David is an old Jewish sign.[citation needed] In Christianity it is often called the star of creation.

  3. carmen radulescu says:

    I want to send to Athos monastery ,a prayer to be pray for me there by monks. Send me adress and how can i send money .I stay in UK .Thanks.

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