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Seraphim | Give me all the details about the two pillars in over 100 words...
Seraphim | Give me all the details about the two pillars in over 100 words...
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The two pillars are a symbol of duality and balance, representing the two sides of the same coin. They are often associated with Freemasonry, where they are known as the Pillars of Jachin and Boaz. The two pillars are said to represent the two sides of the same coin, with one side representing order and the other chaos. The pillars are also associated with the Kaaba shrine, which is a cube-shaped structure in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. The Kaaba is said to represent the covenant between Abraham and God, and the two pillars are said to represent the two sides of the covenant. The two pillars are also associated with the Star of David, which is a symbol of the Jewish faith. The Star of David is a doubled triangle, which is said to represent the conjoined anatomy of the male and female organs. The two pillars are also associated with the Greek verb aggero, which means to convey, and the Japanese verb agcru, which means to give. Finally, the two pillars are associated with the Septuagint, which is a translation of the Hebrew Bible into Greek. The name Septuagint is derived from the tradition that there were seventy translators.

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