“Man’s three bodies are symbolized by an upright triangle, when united in the form of a six-pointed star, were called by the Jews the Star of David, and are more commonly known today as the Star of Zion. These triangles symbolize the spiritual and material universes linked together in the constitution of the human creature, who partakes of both Nature and Divinity. Man’s animal nature partakes of the earth; his divine nature of the heavens; his human nature of the mediator. All three of these spiritual natures are said to be radiant and transcendent; united, they form the Divinity in man – and it is certainly allegorical of the Divine Nature, Love and Wisdom, or perfect blending of the male and female Principles in the Divine Being.
It particularly represents the divine union of the male and female, Two-in-one, which it is destined to bring about on all planes—negative and positive, material and spiritual, head and heart, spirit and soul, intellect and intuition, male and female; the marriage.”
– Manly P. Hall