Located on a hill overlooking the Chouf town of Niha is a relatively modern structure that is reputed to house the burial site of Nabi Ayoub (Job), according to Druze legend. As such, it is one of the most well-recognized and frequented pilgrimage destinations for the Druze.
Looking north west on a wonderfully breezy, sunny day the views and clouds were amazing! Another place where the soul can soar freely!!
The Druze star symbolizes the five wise superior ministers:
Green is for "the mind", 'al-'akl, which is necessary for understanding the truth.
Red is for "the soul", 'an-nafs.
Yellow is for "the word", 'al-kalima, which is the purest form of expression of the truth.
Blue, 'as-sabik is for the mental power of the will.
White, 'al-tali, is the realization of Blue, where its power has been materialized in the world of matter.
Druze believe in one God and claim that the qualities of God cannot be understood or defined by humans.
Central in the the Druze world system is the belief in reincarnation, where all souls are reborn as humans, good as well as bad. Good people have a more fortunate rebirth than bad people. The hikma is only known to an elite of religiously trained men, the uqqal. Most Druze know only parts of their religion's theology, and they are referred to as juhhal, 'ignorants'.