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What Does the Pentagram Represent?

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The Pentagram symbol has five points each representing earth, air, water, fire and the spirit. It is used as a symbol of faith by many Wiccans. It has magical associations and is worn as jewellery by people who practice Neopagan faiths. Occultists wear it to protect them from evil and to get occult knowledge and power.
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