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Antahkarana is an ancient symbol used for healing and meditation in Tibet and China. This symbol is multidimensional, but from a certain perspective it seems to be two-dimensional being made up of three digits "7" placed on a flat surface. The three "7s" represent the seven major chakras, with the seven colors and the seven tones in the musical range. These three "7" are mentioned in the book of Revelation "Revelation" as the seven candles, seven trumpets and the seven seals. The symbol was not generated by the Tibetans, but there is no writing to indicate its origin. According to Michelle Griffth, the symbol was first given to earthlings during the Lemurian civilization (the "Mu" civilization) more than a hundred thousand years ago. Antahkarana is a special symbol that has its own consciousness, it works directly on the aura and chakras. It has healing effects, varying according to the needs of the person at that time. Since the effect of the symbol is driven by the Higher Self, it will always have a beneficial effect, never being misused or malicious. The Star of David, or the Shield of David, is made up of two interspersed triangles that form a hexagram. In magic and alchemy, it symbolizes the unity of the elements. When the six points are combined with a seventh, mystical, invisible point, it signifies transformation.