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#185 - warlike
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#193 to #185 - charmichael
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(06/03/2012) [-]
are you serious? or just a lonely troll?
#196 to #193 - warlike
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(06/03/2012) [-]
The Christians used it long before Wiccans or Satanists adopted it. So it's not purely a Christian symbol, but the Christians were the first people to adopt it and use it heavily. Most people confuse the Pentagram (the five pointed star) and the Pentacle (circled star). The Pentacle is more associated with Wiccans.
#202 to #196 - crilleballe
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(06/03/2012) [-]
For the sake of whoever watches over us, shut up.
This post has absolutely nothing to do with religion, it's just a funny visual representation of an orbit around an orbit. Furthermore, if you gotta talk religion, the pentagram has been used by, i cannot remember how many religions. It's such a simple symbol, it can represent anything. It's like the swaztika.
#204 to #202 - LastCall
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(06/03/2012) [-]
My ancestors were the first to use the Swastika.. The Egyptians used it as a representation of the Sun before the god Aten was introduced by the Heretic Pharaoh, Akhenaten .

It traveled pretty much everywhere due to trade routes and cultural influences of the Empire at the time
#205 to #204 - crilleballe
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(06/03/2012) [-]
That's exactly what i mean...
#206 to #205 - LastCall
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(06/03/2012) [-]
Sadly, it's definition has changed greatly since then... It is the most sacred symbol in my religion, and yet I cannot bear it without being likened to bigots and racists..
#201 to #196 - charmichael
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(06/03/2012) [-]
Okay so you are...
Okay so you are...
#190 to #185 - phanteon
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(06/03/2012) [-]
#195 to #190 - anon
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(06/03/2012) [-]
http://www.thornr.demon.co.uk/kchrist/pent.html
Good source to look up ^
#189 to #185 - dpc
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(06/03/2012) [-]
Even Jesus thinks your an idiot
#192 to #189 - warlike
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(06/03/2012) [-]
Christians once more commonly used the pentagram to represent the five wounds of Jesus. It was even used by the Knights Templar during the crusades. granted, it first appeared during ancient Mesopotamia, the greeks used it in math after that. The Hebrews adopted it is one of the symbols of faith during the early times.