The Blazing Light of African Sun in Syria

Vergina sun


The 21 rays of the blazing golden sun disk in the flag of Kurdistan are the 21 palm kernels (Ikin) and the 16 points of the Vergina sun in the Alawite State flag are the sixteen principal Odu in Ifa.

Kurds and Alawites are Ikin and Ifa on the African tree.

Like the hexagram is the symbol of identity of the nation of Israel so the 21-pointed Kurdish sun on the Kurdish flag and the 16-pointed star on the flag of the Alawite State are symbols of identity of the Kurds and the Alawites in Syria.

The Alawites believe that they were once stars in the sky before the falling away, and that they will eventually return to the sky. The stars in the Syrian national flag are the Alawites in the cosmic tree, whose branches spread from Africa to all parts of the world.

Syrians, like Africans, are Israelites reigning in the new earth. The Kurdish sun is a glowing cube whose six square faces are the six points of the six-pointed star (the hexagram) on the flag of the nation of Israel. The six square faces are the six directions of the earth: North, West, East, South, Up and Down.

Numerically, the six faces are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. The 21 palm kernels or 21 rays are the sum of the numerical values of the six square faces of the cube.

Cube (Israel) = Sum of six square faces
                        = 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6
                        = 21 (Ikin)

The Roj is the blazing light of perfection (777) shining from Ikin.

Ron = 777
Ikin = 7 + 7 + 7
        = 21
The kingdom of heaven is a treasure hidden in an eathen vessel. In platonic solids, earth is a cube (a hexahedron), which means the cube (Israel) is an earthen vessel equal to a jackpot - 777.

The dazzling light the Apostle Paul encountered on his way to Damascus is the blazing Kurdish sun and the Vergina sun shining brilliantly from Ikin in Ifa.

Paul said,
I saw a light from heaven, brighter than the sun, blazing around me and my companions. (Acts 26:13) "NIV"

A cube has a vertices. When placed in front of a mirror, the number of vertices of the cube and its mirror image is equal to 16. The cube is the earth, its image is heaven, and the mirror is the sky. The sixteen vertices are the sixteen principal Odu. And the sixteen-pointed star is the light of the cosmos shining from Ifa in Africa to Syria and transforming the Alawites to the stars of the cosmos.

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