The Truth About The Pentagram


For centuries the pentagram has been associated as a sign of evil, devil-worshiping or at the very least fear… You may have even encountered these associations a few times in your life.

What if most of the rumors based on the pentagram were a myth?

There were many symbols used to increase the flow of energy and harness the elemental energy- One of these symbols is the pentagram, a 5-sided star with each point represented by one of the 5 elements in nature. Earth, Air, Water, Fire, and Spirit.

The circle is another sacred symbol- there is no beginning and no end- it is a symbol of connection. It is used to create protection around a space it is referred to and known as the sacred circle … A pentacle is an encircled 5-pointed star.

Now you too can align with the power of the pentagram. Draw it in the air- on paper- or simply visualize it. You can call the powers of Earth, Air, Water, Fire and Spirit- as well as Law, Life, Love, Light, and Liberty.

Here’s a short story that is a true part of our history:

There once was a time when people honored the land, the skies, the seasons and the elements as a way of life. These people knew the time to plant, to grow, to harvest, hunt and to rest. They woke with the sun and gave thanks for it rising. They honored the plants, the waters, the soil, and the stones. They saw Divinity in all things because their wisdom was knowing all things are connected and they “owned” nothing.

They lived by the inner knowing and understanding they were guests of the earth mother and she would provide for them and to honor All was to honor Self. They had sacred spaces in nature, places they gathered to celebrate or to worship. They lived by the “wheel of the year” special holidays known as Sabats that gave acknowledgment to the wisdom of nature. Sure, they had their disagreements, but they were peaceful and in tune with the rhythms of the Universe.

They used plants to make medicine for all illness, as well as to boost energy and meditate.

They were known as Pagan meaning people of the land and Wicca meaning Wise Ones. This was a time of the matriarch- our Earth Mother and using the Divine Feminine wisdom within All. There were many symbols used to increase the flow of energy and harness the elemental energy. One of these symbols is the pentagram, a 5-sided star with each point represented by one of the 5 elements in nature. Earth, Air, Water, Fire, and Spirit.

The circle is another sacred symbol- there is no beginning and no end- it is a symbol of connection. It is used to create protection around a space it is referred to and known as the sacred circle. A pentacle is an encircled 5-pointed star. You can align with the power of the pentagram by drawing it in the air - on paper- or simply visualizing it. You can call the powers of Earth, Air, Water, Fire and Spirit- as well as Law, Life, Love, Light, and Liberty.

About Soul Spark 7:

The founders of SoulSpark7, are three women, Autumn, Star, and Tru, who are leaders in their professional fields as well as Magick, Mysticism, and Metaphysics. They teach principles that focus on the sacred mysteries to encourage self-discovery and awaken your own intuition. SoulSpark7 has come together with the purpose of gathering a tribe of sisters- Witchy Goddess Sisters!

Why the 7 in their name? The number SEVEN has been used by many different philosophies and is recognized as a sacred power number.

If you weren’t aware there are seven primary Chakras, Seven Sister Stars, Seven Deadly Sins (and antidotes), Seven Hermetic Principles, Seven organizing Laws of Nature, Seven days of the week, 7 Alchemical metals, 7 musical notes, and so on.

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