Wooden pentacle wall sign, wooden pentagram wall hanging, supernatural protection, wicca decor, hand carved pentacle, hand carved pentagram

Wooden pentacle wall sign, wooden pentagram wall hanging, supernatural protection, wicca decor, hand carved pentacle, hand carved pentagram

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ABOUT THIS ITEM

This beautiful wall hanging has been painstakingly carved from... wood then stained with eco-friendly, non-toxic stain finished with natural oils to protect it from dirt and add a bit of shine.

Can be hung as a pentacle or pentagram - please let us know which side you want "up" so we can add a hook for easy hanging.

19 cm / 6 1/2" diameter

2 cm / 3/4" thick


ABOUT PENTACLES AND PENTAGRAMS

Pentacles and pentagrams are considered to be two of the most powerful symbols within the world of occultism and witchcraft.

The physical differences between the pentacle and pentagram are minimal. Pentacles are up-right five-pointed stars within a circle, pentagrams often have the point facing down. Within the occult, they supposedly have opposite spiritual properties. From a Christian viewpoint, however, both symbols represent forces that oppose Biblical truth.

Pentacles:
From an occult perspective, pentacles are representative of "white" magic and "good." It also represents man’s intellect and reason. Often times pentacles are used as talisman–inanimate objects laced with psychic powers. Pentacles also represent the "feminine element Earth." Following this "Earth" line of thinking, one particular advocate of witchcraft equated the up-right star with the "ability of bringing Spirit to Earth," stating that it is "what makes us whole."

According to the teachings of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, an occult society founded by high-ranking Freemasons and active Rosicrucians, the up-right star represents "man with his arms and legs extended adoring his Creator, and especially the dominion of the Spirit over the four elements, and consequently of reason over matter." The Golden Dawn used this symbol as a tool to invoke and evoke "spirits"–-in actuality, to summon demons.

Pentagram:

According to The Donning International Encyclopedic Psychic Dictionary, the pentagram is the "most powerful symbol of all ceremonial rites…" [this encyclopedia correctly views pentacles as a form of pentagram]. The Encyclopedia ascribed to this symbol the powers of active and passive spiritual "shielding," the "five wounds of Christ," and the notification of "etheric world intelligences."

Eliphas Levi, one of the most influential magicians of the 1800’s, wrote in his massive volume on transcendental magic,

"The Pentagram signifies the domination of the mind over the elements, and the demons of air, the spirits of fire, the phantoms of water and ghosts of earth are enchained by this sign. Equipped therewith, and suitably disposed, you may behold the infinite through the medium of that faculty which is like the soul’s eye, and you will be ministered unto by legions of angels and hosts of fiends."

Dangerous, dangerous stuff. Even the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, in discussing the "Ritual of the Pentagram" (the up-right version) warns against making the mistake of employing the upside-down star, "See that thou doest it not" (italics in original). No wonder Helena Blavatsky, mother of the New Age, wrote in her book, Studies in Occultism, "there are secrets that kill in the arcana of Occultism…" (italics in original). It may seem strange that prominent occultists and occult societies would sound caution when using certain symbols. But understand, these men and women have seen and experienced powerful supernatural forces. And they are in bondage to them.

Going deeper yet, the upside-down star/pentagram has long been recognized as the symbol of Satan. Anton LaVey, author of the Satanic Bible and The Satanic Rituals, lavishly used this symbol in his ceremonies and rituals–most often depicted as the "goat’s head."

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