We have read how at Gatt’s office, an Israeli flag and a poster of the Godfather was found.

Firstly, about the Godfather poster. We all know that The Godfather was a 1972 American epic crime film which focuses on the transformation of the young son of Vito Corleono from a reluctant family outsider to a ruthless mafia boss. Did Gatt have this poster simply because he liked the film or because he aspired to be a mafia boss? After all, we were told that he was fixated with mafia structures. I let the readers make up their mind.

Secondly, about the Israeli flag. I had referred to this Israeli flag in another blog titled “Can David Gatt clarify whether his Linkedin profile picture is linked to the Masonic Cabala?” What is the link with this flag? We all know that this flag depicts a blue hexagram on a white background, between two horizontal blue stripes. 

Here is a former High Satanic priest explaining, between the 3.48 mark and the 8:28 mark, the meaning of this five pointed star (or hexagram) in a series of lectures which he gave on the occult symbols which we have around us. I will go through these occult symbols individually in a future series for educational purposes.

“This is a hexagram. Exactly as it sounds. This symbol is used in black magic. Comes from the Jewish Cabala, Jewish magic. It is a symbol of dark summoning. What I mean by that is that if you want to put a hex on somebody, you want to cause a spirit to come forth, this is a symbol that’s used. It’s called a hexagram.

Now, it is not, never has been, never will be, the star of David. Show me in scripture anywhere where David was instructed to come up with a symbol of a star representing him or the city or the country of Israel? It’s not there. The other thing is that Solomon, was a wise king.

But he was also a dabbler. Why do I say that? Because Solomon had many wives. And those wives came from different cultures. And those different cultures worship different gods. And guess what they brought to the marriage with them? Witchcraft! They brought those gods with them. Why do I say that? I don’t. God does.

Go to first kings, chapter eleven. Starting with verse one: ‘But when king Solomon loved many strange women’*; why were they strange? Because they didn’t worship the same God. They didn’t worship the God of Israel. *’together with the daughters of Pharaoh, women of the Moabites, Ammonites, Idomites, Sidonians, and Hittites, of the nations which the Lord said unto the children of Israel, you shall not go into them, neither shall they come in unto you, for surely they will turn away your heart after their gods. Solomon clave unto these in love. And he had 700 wives, princesses and 300 concubines, and his wives turned away his heart. For it came to pass when Solomon was old that his wives turned away his heart after other gods and his heart was not perfect with the Lord his God as was the heart of David, his father. For Solomon went after Ashtareth, which is also called Asteroth, the goddess of the Sidonians, and after Malcolm, the abomination of the Ammonites and Solomon did evil in the sight of the Lord and went not fully after the Lord as did David his father. Then did Solomon build a high place for Shimosh, the abomination of Moab, in the hill that is before Jerusalem, and for Molech, the abomination of the children of Amon and likewise did he for all his strange wives who burnt incense and sacrificed unto their gods. And the Lord was angry with Solomon because the heart was turned from the Lord God of Israel who had appeared unto Him twice’.

Now go to the book of Amos, chapter 5. God is getting ready to reveal something here. We’re going to start with verse 25. God is not in a good mood here. The people of Israel, the children of Israel have been very foolish and He’s correcting them, like a good daddy does. And He says, in verse 24: ‘But let judgment runs down as waters and righteousness as a mighty stream. Have you offered unto me sacrifices and offerings in the wilderness 40 years old house of Israel.’ Verse 26: ‘But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Molech and your images, the star of your God, which ye made to yourselves.’

When Solomon had the temple built, he used people from a land called Tyree. Tyree worshipped the god called Baal. This [referring to the star] is the symbol of Baal, not the star of David. This is the seal of Solomon.

It comes from the Jewish Cabala. And in that time, that’s Jewish magic.

You see, not all Jews worship the same god. Does that mean that the people of Israel, because they’ve taken that symbol, the symbol of that country, does that mean that they are evil? No! They are deceived. It’s very subtle. And Satan, we all know that Satan can deceive people very well.”

So, was an Israeli flag found in Dr David Gatt’s office because he happened to be a fan of Israel or the Israeli football team? Or because of the above information, which also includes, the magic of the Jewish Cabala, or Kabbalah, an occult practise endorsed by Freemasons, as the Freemason that he was, which I had already pointed at and asked in the other blog, to which Dr Gatt has not answered yet!?

Dr Gatt, do you like to practise dark summoning so to ask a spirit to come forth, along with the other members of the circle to which the Degiorgio brothers were introduced to, and whose orders they had to obey?

[Notice the hexagram sign on the floor at the centre of the checkered floor of the lodge.]

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