Signs and Symbols of Witchcraft Paganism and the New Age

Signs and Symbols of Witchcraft and the New Age
The Signs and Symbols below mainly represent Witchcraft but are used in and derived from other “Religious” Activities.

Pentagram Symbol used in Witchcraft. Represents the elements, earth, wind, fire and water with the spirit surrounding them.
Yin-Yang In Chinese philosophy, two great opposite principles or forces on whose interplay everything depends. Yang is male, light and positive, Yin is female , dark and negative.
Triquetra The symbol is also sometimes used by Wiccans and some New Agers to symbolize the Triple Goddess, or as a protective symbol. It comes in many shapes. Here is a Google search for images

See Wikipedia for a whole bunch of info on what it represents. It should NOT be used to represent TRUE Christianity

Three Snakes One Charm Egyptian goddess religion associated with Osiris the horned god.
Endless Knot The endless knot is an ancient symbol in Tibetan Buddhism and the Chinese culture representing the interweaving of the Spiritual path. All existence, it says, is bound by time and change, yet ultimately rests serenely within the Divine and the Eternal.
Hectates Wheel The symbol of Hectate’s wheel is used to represent the three aspects of the goddess – the maiden, mother and crone. Hectate is a goddess in Greek religion and mythology associated with crossroads, entrances, the moon, witchcraft, magic, herbs, necromancy, and sorcery. The wheel is used to symbolise the power of knowledge and life and is a popular symbol in feminist traditions.

Triskele The triskelion is generally considered to be a Celtic design but it has also been found within Buddhist writings. The exact design can vary but this symbol always features one shaped repeated three times, with each repetition interlocking. Triskeles can be found all over the world, for example: carved on many Neolithic stones in Ireland and Western Europe, in the symbol for the isle of Sicily and on bank notes in the Isle of Man. Some Celtic traditions use the triskele to represent the realms of earth, sea and sky.
Serpent consuming itself Pagan/Egyptian cultures worshipped the serpent. It represents rebirth because of its molting, protection against evil, either male of female sexuality, rain and fertility, a mediator between the physical and spiritual world…. It also represents female energy or lifeforce in goddess worship, sometimes linked to the eastern Kundalini force or a supposed “goddess within.” The list of meanings is endless, but in the Bible it usually represents sin, temptation, destruction, and Satan. From
Ritual Circle Has different meanings to different groups. Protection from evil, symbolic of life cycles or completeness. Nine feet across with a smaller one inside and perhaps a pentagram drawn inside.
Holy Earth Symbol for mother earth. Also appears as a Hopi medicine wheel and Norse sun symbol.
Ankh Symbolizes fertility rites and the building up of lust within a person. A spirit of Lust is the power of this union of male /female representations. Also called the Long Life Seal.
Star and Crescent Represents the moon goddess Dianna and the “son of the morning”, the name of Lucifer in Isaiah 14:12.
Witchcraft uses it the way shown and Satanism turns it in the opposite direction as does Islam
Triple Moon represents the three phases of the moon, known as waxing, full and waning. Within some paths and traditions this symbol is also known as the triple goddess and is used to show the three phases of womanhood – maiden, mother and crone. The first crescent, the waxing moon symbolizes new life, rejuvenation and new beginnings. The middle circle represents the full moon, when magic is at it’s most powerful. Finally, the second crescent moon represents the moon during its waning period. This time of the moon phase is a that is regarded as the best to send things away, remove them from your life or to finish things.
Zodiac Used in satanic and occult worship. Practitioners are acknowledging their god as Baal or Lucifer. Horoscope signs are included

Shamash -Sun god Native to Mesopotamian deity and the Sun god in the Akkadian, Assyrian and Babylon. Shamash was the god of justice in Babylonia and Assyria. See Wikipedia
Setogram or Faery Star The septogram is also know as the Faery or Elven star. It is used within some faerie traditions but is also associated with many other magical traditions. Seven is a scared number in many pagan traditions and this star symbol can be used to represent different sets of seven things depending on a persons beliefs or tradition
Astrology signs of the Planets. Click here for a large view of image and meanings. Another Large image of the Zodiac
Caduceus traditional symbol of Hermes and features two snakes winding around an often winged staff. It is often mistakenly used as a symbol of medicine instead of the Rod of Asclepius, especially in the United States. The two-snake caduceus design has ancient and consistent associations with trade, eloquence, trickery, and negotiation. Tangential association of the caduceus with medicine has occurred through the ages, where it was sometimes associated with alchemy and wisdom. Wikipedia

Spiral Goddess Used by Wiccans is used as a sign of life. The spiral represents the ever continuing cycle of life, death and rebirth. The spiralling line can been seen as the constant path of life and has been found throughout history as far back as Paleolithic times, where they were carved on tombs. Spirals can also be found in many instants in nature, for example: galaxies and sea shells.

Planned Parenthood Abortion Snowflake President and CEO of Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts Marty Walz tweeted out a Christmas card of a snowflake fashioned of intrauterine devices (IUDs) and birth control pills. Christmas 2014
Indicates one is a Witch If you see this being flashed by a woman, it is almost a surety she is a Wiccan and practices some for of Witchcraft.

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