The Double Triangle of Solomon

The Double Triangle of Solomon is made up of two Triangles, configured into a six sided star. Hexagrams have been used in independent cultures from all over the world, including Judaic and Hindu cultures, as well as in occultic and mystical traditions. Levi’s Hexagram involves other elements as well, including Hebrew and Greek. 

There is a Tau in the middle of the Hexagram. If we follow the points of each corner, we encounter an Alpha at the top, and an Omega at the bottom. The four other corners contain the Hebrew letters of the word אהיה, Eheieh, meaning “I Am that I Am.” This word originally occurs within the Old Testament, in Exodus 3:14, which reads:

ויאמר אלהים אל־משה אהיה אשר אהיה ויאמר כה תאמר לבני ישראל אהיה שלחני אליכם׃

This is translated in the King James Bible as:

And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you.

Compare this with Popeye the Sailor Man’s famous quote, “I yam what I yam!”

Probationers within the A∴A∴ shall note the similarities between this symbol and the back emblem of the Probationer’s Robe. (See Liber Vesta.)