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3-pointed star


  • Logo's:

4-pointed star

5-pointed star

  • Various notes:
    • Alternative names: Pentagram
    • Numerology: 5
    • Masonic cults:
      • "The five-pointed star, known as the pentagram, is probably the most blatant occult symbol in use today. Witches Janet and Stewart Farrar explain that the five-pointed star is "one of the main symbols of witchcraft and occultism in general" ('Hidden Secrets of the Eastern Star' p. 82). The star itself is known by different names throughout the occult world, such as a witch's foot, a goblin's cross, a wizard's star and the dog star. Wiccan witches use its five points to mystically represent the elements of nature, earth, fire, water, air and spirit. This symbol is one of the most prominent emblems within Freemasonry, though its significance, like every symbol inherited from the occult, is concealed behind a smokescreen of secret society ambiguity. The five-pointed star is found on most Masonic memorabilia and represents the blasphemous resurrection rite of the five points of fellowship, each point mystically symbolizing a part of the resurrection act. First - Foot to foot. Second - Knee to knee. Third - Hand in hand. Fourth - Breast to breast. Fifth and last - Left hand behind back." [12]
    • "The Pentagram has magical associations, and many people who practice pagan faiths wear them. Christians once commonly used the pentagram to represent the five wounds of Jesus, and it also has associations within Freemasonry. The pentagram has long been associated with the planet Venus, and the worship of the goddess Venus, or her equivalent. It is also associated with the Roman Lucifer, who was Venus as the Morning Star, the bringer of light and knowledge. It is most likely to have originated from the observations of prehistoric astronomers. When viewed from Earth, successive inferior conjunctions of Venus plot a nearly perfect pentagram shape around the zodiac every eight years."
    • See also:
    • To research:
      • this article claims the 5 points refer to the elements: Earth, Fire, Water, Air, Spirit.
      • The use of color differences (national flags, anarchists, socialists / communists, militarists, royalists, republicans, democrats, etc.).
      • The "5 wishes of the devil".

Pentagram

  • Historical/Political/Non-corporate logo's (ordered by date of origin)
  • Corporate logo's

Inverted Pentagram

Pentagon

Pentagon logos:

6-pointed star

  • Various notes:
    • Numerology: 6
    • This is not the Star of David, it is the Star of Saturn. And is known as one of the most powerful symbols in the occult.
      • Other names: Magan star
      • See also: Star of Remphan "The star was mentioned and condemned by the God of Israel in Amos 5:26 and it was called by Him, the star of your god, Moloch or otherwise called `Chiun'. Reference to Amos 5:26 and the Israelites having it in the wilderness was also made in Acts 7:43. Here it was called the Star of Remphan. All these names refer to the `god' Saturn" [14]
    • 2 overlapping/intertwined equilateral triangles pointing Up and Down - representing the union of dualities, such as male and female.
    • Hexagram (a 6-pointed geometric star figure)
    • 3x60 degrees, 6 points, 6 sides (2x3 of the triangles, or 6 of a cube), 6 triangles....666?
    • Two triads interlocked = 33
    • todo: note the various other shapes created from the Star of Saturn, such as the Rhombus and Pentagon.

Hexagram

Unicursal hexagram

Marian star


Hexagon


  • Hexagon in logos:

7-pointed star

  • Various notes:
    • Alternative names: Heptagram (or "septagram"), Heptagon
    • Numerology: 7
    • "The septagram is important in Western Kabbalah, where it symbolizes the sphere of Netzach, the seven planets, the seven alchemical metals, and the seven days of the week." "The acute heptagram is also a symbol of magical power in other Pagan religions. The obtuse heptagram was used as a symbol in the Kabbalah, and later by Aleister Crowley and the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) where it was known as the Star (or Seal) of Babylon. The heptagram is also used in Christianity to symbolize the seven days of creation and became a traditional symbol for warding off evil, thus the reason that most sheriff's badges are obtuse heptagonal shaped. Also the symbol of perfection (or God) in many Christian religions."

Heptagram


Inverted Heptagram

Heptagon

8-pointed star

  • Various notes:
    • Todo: note compass navigation functionality of two overlapping 4-pointed stars (two planes of intersection).
    • Octagram
    • Numerology: 8
    • Also known as the Chaos Star (see also: Ordo ab Chao - "Out of chaos, order").
      • "I should explain perhaps why the eight spoke wheel is so important. In the sky there is a great cross that seems stationary, and its formed by the center of the Milky Way galaxy and from the center point of our celestial equator to the southern point of the celestial equator, that's the divine cross. Down here on the ground we have the mundane cross that is formed by the angles between equinox and the solstice and so forth, so the eight armed cross, the eight rayed star, the 8 spoke wheel...all represents the alignment in space and time of the divine cross above and the terrestrial mundane cross below. Now curiously enough this alignment only happens once every 13,000 years. These crosses have not aligned since 11,000 B.C., roughly 13,000 years ago." [15] (edited)
    • There are many versions of the 8-pointed star. One is known as the "Double Square" (or "Star of Lakshmi") and is the Masonic symbol of two superimposed squares at 45° angles representing order and disorder (and probably other dualistic concepts).
    • Todo: research the possibility of a 2-D mapping of 3-D axes. (See also: Labarum - overlay of Chi "χ" and Rho "ρ")
    • See also:
      • Infinity
      • "Origins and Meanings of the Eight-Point Star"
        • The Sumerians used an arrangement of lines as a symbol for both star and God. The linear eight-point star represented the goddess Inanna, Sumerian queen of the heavens and Ishtar(Astarte), the Babylonian goddess known as “The Lightbringer.” An eight-point star enclosed within a circle was the symbol for the sun god. The “Babylonian star-cult is the core and the archetype of subsequent astrology.”

Chaos Star

  • Chaos star non-logos:
  • Chaos star in logo's:


Star of Astaroth

  • Various notes:

Double square

  • Various notes:
    • See also: Rub el Hizb
    • "Double Ashlar" squares:
      • Various notes:
        • "Ashlar is dressed stone work of any type of stone. Ashlar blocks are large rectangular blocks of masonry sculpted to have square edges and even faces." ... "Ashlars have symbolic meaning for Freemasons and those in masonic schools used as a metaphor for states of progress. In Freemasonry, the ashlar comes in two forms: the rough ashlar represents a rough, unprepared or undressed stone, and is an allegory of the uninitiated Freemason prior to his discovering enlightenment; the smooth ashlar represents the dressed stone as used by the experienced stonemason, and is an allegory of the Freemason who, through education and diligence, has achieved enlightenment and who lives an upstanding life."
        • "The general shape of a V character, or a triangular shape pointing up or more often, down." [16]
      • This is actually represents a 3 dimensional shape, not a 2 dimensional one. It represents 2 squares, one on top of the other, symbolizing the idea of one entity controlling the other.
        • "The symbol is two three-dimensional boxes (one on top of the other) with the higher box representing the secret societies literally "on top" of and regulating civilization (the lower box). The colors blue and red are also a reference to the blue and red degrees of Masonry." [17]


Various:


Insignia's:


Company logo's:

Octagram

Octagon

  • Various notes:
    • The 8-sided octagon is the only shape that fits inside an 8-pointed octagram star which has straight arms.
  • Non-logo's:


  • Company logo's:

9-pointed star

Enneagram

  • Various notes:


  • Astro-Theology Enneagram:
    • The Enneagram is used in the field of Neuro-linguistic programming:
      • Enneagram of Personality: "The Enneagram system describes nine distinct personality types and their interrelationships, mapped around an ancient symbol of perpetual motion. This is now the most well-known use of this particular enneagram figure." [18]
      • "The enneagram is an ancient technique for self-development that can be very useful in communication. The symbol for the eneagramm is a circle with 9 points, symbolising the 9 types. In short, with the Enneagram we get to 9 types of personality." ... "The choice of strategy is in fact strongly influenced by the so-called ennea type. In a few moments we can look at a person, discover, through appropriate questioning, his type and at the same time we have discovered his strategy. The second connection is with chinese elements and types of personalities. Both can be linked together in a unique framework." [19]
      • "Dr. Marco Paret has in fact developed a whole set of new patterns that interweave hypnotic communication techniques with NLP. Also, he has conduced an in-depth study of the Enneagram and its applications in a modern perspective. He has also developed a new didactic method for teaching languages which differs from that of classical suggestopedy. Inspired by hydden-traditions, he has also created various interesting modellings, the most significant of them being the Eneagramm sensory-based model (Instant Enneagram) and the techniques pertaining states-of-consciousness. Along the years, Dr. Paret has held many conferences in the USA as well as other countries, thus meeting most of the leading american hypnotists. He has been often invited to italian television shows as an expert in hypnosis and NLP. " [20]
      • See also: Trauma mind control

Nonagon

10-pointed star

  • 10-sided shape (name?)

11-pointed star

12-pointed star


  • Cathedral of Chartres (12th century, France)

Various stars

  • Stars with more than 12 points (in increasing number)
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