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Jachin and Boaz
Jachin and Boaz (jā`kĭn, bō`ăz), in the Bible, two pillars in front of Solomon's Temple, probably symbolic of God's presence.
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The cathedral of Wurzburg has shafts bearing the names Jachin and Boaz, while a historic synagogue in Worms had columns near the Ark bearing Hebrew words derived from I Kings 7:15-16.
Homiletical interpretations of Jachin and Boaz are plentiful in more recent Jewish writing.
In 'Live and Let Die' we have the snakes, voodoo, Baron Samedi and Tarot cards with the initials JB (James Bond) on them for Jachin and Boaz
, the Freemasonic pillars from the Temple of Solomon."