The Star of David did not originate as a symbol of Judaism. In fact, at various points in history, the six-pointed star was also used by Christians and Muslims. How did it become one of the symbols most commonly associated with the Jewish people?
According to the Judeo-Christian Bible, the first golem was Adam, formed from clay and created by God. However, in folklore and literature, golems can represent women, take the shape of monsters, or be protectors of the Jewish people.