Pentagram

A five pointed star (without the circle around it) with one point up. A symbol long used in connection with the Goddess. It is rarely used inverted by Pagan and Witches, do to that fact that Satanists adopted it and ruined its value in that fashion and then if worn by a Witch it is only as a sign of Second Degree Initiation.

Pentagram

A pentagram (sometimes known as a pentalpha or pentangle or a star pentagon) is the shape of a five-pointed star drawn with five straight strokes. The word pentagram comes from the Greek word πεντάγραμμον (pentagrammon), from πέντε (pente), `five` + γραμμή (grammē), `line`. The word `pentacle` is sometimes used synony...
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pentagram

(from the article `number symbolism`) The number 5 was associated with the Babylonian goddess Ishtar and her Roman parallel, Venus, and the symbol for both was the five-pointed star, or ...
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Pentagram

• (n.) A pentacle or a pentalpha.
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Pentagram

Pen'ta·gram noun [ Greek ..., neut. of ... having five lines. See Penta- , and -gram .] A pentacle or a pentalpha. 'Like a wizard pentagram .' Tennyson.
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pentagram

Figure of five straight lines forming a five-pointed star. It is found frequently in early ornamental art, and has been used as a mystic symbol in the West since the ancient Greeks. The pentagram...
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Pentagram

In Qabbalistic mythology and general occultism the pentagram or five-pointed star (also known as Druid's Foot, Wizard's Foot, Goblins' Cross or Endless Knot) is an amulet protecting against evil, depicting the four elements of Life plus Spirit. In its simplest form, the pentagram is simply a symmetrical five-pointed star. Through the ages it was fr...
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pentagram

pentagram A series of five letters or characters.
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