Four-pointed Star

The four wings of the light of the cross where Jesus (the Son)
sits at the right side of God the Father.

The four-pointed star is the cross formed at the cross-road of the world after the relocation of heaven from the east to the west.
The four-pointed star symbol in Christianity is usually styled to resemble a cross. Also known as the Star of Bethlehem or natal star, this star represents both Jesus' birth and the purpose for which he was born. - ReligionFacts

The heaven in the east was the first heaven, and the new heaven in the west was the second heaven. The relocation of heaven from the east (the Middle East) to the west (the Western World) is the coming of the Son of Man.
For the Son of Man will come like the lightning which flashes across the whole sky from the east to the west. (Matthew 24:27) "GNT"

Messengers of the kingdom of heaven traveled across the history of the world from the past to the future like a lightning traveling across the sky. The past was the Middle East where the message came from, and the future was the western world. This journey of the gospel from the past to the future is the journey of Christ across the sky from the east to the west.

Crucial to this journey was the crossroad between the east and the west. Turkey is the end of the east and Italy is the beginning of the west. The first heaven was the Eastern Orthodox Church located in Istanbul, Turkey; and the second heaven was located in Rome, Italy.

One of the five wings of the five-pointed star was transformed to the four-pointed star and became the second heaven. The holy See of Rome emerged from the pentarchy (the five patriarchates) and became the second heaven after the end of the first heaven (i.e. after the fall of Constantinople). The relocation of heaven from the Eastern Orthodox Church in the Eastern Roman Empire to the Catholic Church in the Western Roman Empire was how the lightning flashed across the sky from the east to the west.

East = Istanbul, Turkey
West = Rome, Italy

The crossroad between Turkey in the east and Italy in the west is the cross on which Jesus was crucified. The Eastern Orthodox Church in Turkey is the left hand side of the Cross and the Catholic Church in Italy is the right hand side of the cross.

Since the Catholic Church in Italy emerged or came out from the pentarchy, the Catholic Church is the Son (the product) of the Eastern Orthodox Church. And since the Eastern Orthodox Church is the abode of God the Father, the Catholic Church in Rome is the Son sitting at the right hand side of the Father.

Father (East) = Eastern Orthodox Church
Son (West) = Catholic Church

So then after the Lord had spoken unto them, he was received up into heaven, and sat on the right hand of God. (Mark 16:19) "KJV"

Right hand of God: the Catholic Church in the west of the Eastern Orthodox Church

This means that the Holy See attained the state of 7 (the Day of God's rest) and became the new school of Holy Wisdom after the fall of Constantinople. The 7 representing the Catholic Church is the right wing of the four-pointed star, and the 7 representing the Father (the Eastern Orthodox Church) is the left wing of the four-pointed star.

Therefore the four-pointed star is the throne of God where the Father (the Eastern Orthodox Church) sits on the left and the Son (the Catholic Church) sits on the right.

The first two persons in God are known in the state of the four-pointed star, unlike the five-pointed star where only the Father (the first person of the Blessed Trinity) is known.

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