A 5 pointed star. Each point represents an element : Earth, Air, Fire, Water and the fifth element, Ether or Spirit. It is the symbol of the horned God when turned upside down( nose, ears and horns make up the points). It is not the symbol of Satanism, as some believe. It is a symbol of protection, and many Wiccans and Pagans wear one as a symbol of their religion and for protection. It can be scribed into or drawn on objects to protect them. The upside down (inverted) version is a "banishing" pentagram, and the right way up, the "invoking" pentagram. The Pentagram was used by many religions (including Christians) as a symbol of truth and Protection before it was said to symbolise "Evil". The symbol apparently was used until the inquisition as a positive symbol, and then its meaning was reversed. Some say that the upright pentagram shows Spirit/Divinity being first... it comes above everything else, and that the inverted pentagram shows Divinity at the bottom, and thus placed after everthing else. Which is said to be why Satanists use the inverted symbol, not becuase of it's associations with the devil. See the Magickal information page for more details)
A 5-pointed star enclosed in a circle, used in rituals. The pentagram is the design itself, while the pentacle is an object upon which the design is etched . Amulets, crystals and other objects are placed on each of the five points to draw power into the ritual.
the five-pointed star, the Star of the Microcosm ("little world"); the Four Elements ruled by Spirit (upright) or containing the unactualized potential of the Divine Spark (inverted); the inverted Pentagram also symbolizes the Horned God; Satanists also use it to represent the Christian "Satan", who was not pictured as horned until the Church used that symbolism to demonize the ancient Pagan Horned God by equating Him with their Devil
The five-pointed star glyph Queen: A High Priestess of the CTG who has been acknowledged as such be a coven/covens downline from her. See also Brenhines above. Rede of the Wiccae: The central point of our lore, first revealed publicly in its correct form by Lady Gwen Thompson, as received from her grandmother, Addie Porter Sabbat: One of the eight festival observances of the year
The five-pointed star. With a single point uppermost represents the human being. The five points of the star represent the five elements. Air, Fire, Water, Earth, and Spirit. Some traditions of Wicca use the inverted pentagram to signify an initiate of the second degree.
The five-pointed star. With a single point uppermost, it represents the human being. Inverted, with two points uppermost, it can have Satanist associations; but not necessarily. Some traditions of Wicca use the inverted pentagram to signify an initiate of the second degree.
Pentagram is the first full-length album by Norwegian black metal band Gorgoroth. It was released in 1994, and re-released five times, once in 1996 by Malicious Records, in 1999 under Century Black in America, and then again as a re-mastered version on Season of Mist in 2005. 12" vinyl released by Agonia Records in 2005, limited to 1000 copies and re-released in 2006 by Back on Black Records on gatefold LP.
Pentagram is a design studio that was founded in 1972 by Alan Fletcher, Theo Crosby, Colin Forbes, Kenneth Grange and Mervyn Kurlansky in Needham Road, West London, UK. They now have offices in New York, San Francisco, Austin and Berlin.
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