Altar Tile Incense Burner, Pentacle -
Altar Tile Incense Burner, Pentacle -
Altar Tile Incense Burner, Pentacle -
Altar Tile Incense Burner, Pentacle -
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This is an incense burner with a Pentagram/Pentacle that can be used as a focal point for energy in meditation or ritual. This piece is an excellent addition to any altar and is a beautiful piece for all of your rituals, spells, or conjures.

Information on the Pentagram/Pentacle

The Pentagram/Pentacle is an ancient symbol with many different meanings and representations. One of the original is that the four lower points represent the four aspects of the world; {earth, water, air, and fire} with the fifth top point representing the divine spirit.

Another interpretation is the creative spirit over all creation; in other words, mind/spirit over matter.

Some interpretations place-specific details on the meaning of each point.
Earth: The lower left point - Stability and Physical Endurance.
Fire: The lower right point - Courage, and Daring.
Water: The upper right point - Emotions and Intuition.
Air: The upper left point - Intelligence and the Arts.
Spirit: The topmost point - Deity the Divine, and the All that Is.

In all cases, the star is encircled by a wheel, representing the continual flow of life, or energy (the Pentacle).

When used in ritual, Pentagrams/Pentacles are drawn at the beginning to set a witches' protection, positive power, and is used to control the elements. Commonly drawn in the air with a wand or athame, the starting point varies from tradition to tradition and according to uses or intent. For instance, some Covens draw a Pentagram/Pentacle in the air with an athame or sword. Others use a feather, or wand and still others use other tools or methods. Some begin at the top and start the star from the top point to the bottom right; others start at the bottom left and move upward to the top. The important part is that the star and circle are drawn in one continuous motion, never broken.

The Pentacle is an encircled Pentagram. A Pentagram/Pentacle is an ancient spiritual symbol shaped like a five-pointed star with one point aligned upwards. It is considered to be representative of the five elements from which man is made, namely fire, air, water, earth, and spirit.

Often the terms Pentacle and Pentagram are used interchangeably, but there is a slight difference between the two. Some people believe that a Pentagram is not circled, while a Pentacle has the star enclosed by a circle. Still, others say that a Pentagram is a diagram or drawing of the star and is referred to as a Pentacle only when it takes the form of a physical object.

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