Mar 10, 2020

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Top List Wicca And Pagan Symbols that Every Witch Should Know

The power of symbols

The symbols are one of the most prevalent and powerful things that human beings have ever created. The power take big ideas and abstract concepts and present them in a way that we can better understand and internalize.

1. The Pentagram Symbol

For Wiccans and even non-wiccans, the pentagram is a symbol that almost which associate with witchcraft. The four bottom points of the star stand for the four traditional elements — air, water, earth, and fire. From one point of view, magic has a strong power as the supernatural.

2. The Horned God

The Horned God is the primary male deity of Wicca. His symbol has several layers to unpack.

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3. The Elemental Symbols

Within witchcraft, there are four, traditional elements recognized as Earth, Fire, Water, Air. Although you now know that the universe is made up of much more than these four things, they continue to be used as representations for the natural world.

  • Earth: Earth is known as the Wiccan symbol of constancy and stability. The power of the Earth lies in its unchanging nature. This element grounds the magical workings in the here and now — it keeps us present and aware.
  • Fire: Fire is famous for a sign of passion and intensity. It is the element that drives this desire. According to traditions, when you throw your heart and soul and passion into working a spell, you’re tapping into the creative, life-affirming power of fire.
  • Water: This is the element that is a symbol of quiet strength and perseverance. Water does not characterize spectacular, flashy displays of power, which is quite different from fire, consumes wildly and quickly. Water also represents a power that builds over time.
  • Air: The element of air which is known as can connects us to the realm of the spirit world. The lightness of the air represented lifts the consciousness into a place where divine, mystical wisdom can be transmitted.

4. The Triple Moon Symbol, Triple Goddess Symbol

The moon is always in flux. As a month develops, it grows from just a small, faint sliver to the bright, radiant full moon. From there, the moon begins its journey back to nothingness as it grows smaller and smaller.

5. The Celtic Knot

The Celtic knot, which is also known as the triquetra, is a symbol of threes. The single line is made from intersects itself exactly three times, creating three leaf-like sections in the design. In the past, some witches used this symbol as another symbol to represent the Triple Goddess, and there’s nothing wrong with this.

6. The Witch’s Knot

The witch’s knot is absorbed in that it’s a symbol. For a long time ago, this shape has been around and during that time it’s been commonly used as a means of banishing or warding off evil.

7. The Wheel of the Year

The wheel of the year is the magical symbol that can help witches navigate through the ever-changing seasons. Just like the circle, one rotation around the wheel of the year is always followed by another. It creates a rhythm that allows us to sync ourselves with the natural process of birth, life, death, and rebirth.

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