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  • Protective Pentagram Card

    EXCLUSIVE! Glorian Publishing created this beautiful pentagram as a reminder that the compassion of divinity is always with us. The pentagram represents that force called Christ, Avalokitesvara, Vishnu, Apollo, and many other names: the power of compassion, love, and purity. That is why we use the pentagram on our altars, over our beds, and anywhere else we need protection from harm.

    "Demons [whether outside of us or inside of us] tremble and run away terrified in the presence of this terrible symbol... The Pentagram is the flaming star.  The Pentagram is the sign of the Word made flesh, and according to the direction of its rays, it can represent God or the Devil, the Immolated Lamb or the male goat of Mendes. When the superior ray of the Pentagram is aiming up towards the sky, it represents Christ. When the two inferior points of the Pentagram are aiming up towards the sky, it represents Satan. The Pentagram represents the human being in its entirety. The Pentagram with its superior ray aiming upwards is the Master [Christ]." - Samael Aun Weor, The Perfect Matrimony

    5x7 inch card.

    • 16pt C2S Cardstock
    • Matte finish

    We highly recommend framing it, to enhance its beauty and preserve it for many years to come.

    Learn about the pentagram: How Should I Use the Protective Pentagram and What Does It Mean?

    Customer Reviews

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    Protective Pentagram Card

    Beatifull, example for a gift

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    John

    Beautiful design definitely planning on framing this and adding it to my altar!

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    Irene Ong

    Protective Pentagram Card

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    Anon
    Woe !

    Very beautiful 😍

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    Adam Gill
    A Highlight of the Room

    This card is bright and elaborate. It is a presence almost of its own, with beautiful artwork surrounding a simple portrayal of the pentagram. I enjoy looking at it from across my living room and am constantly inspired by the four-lettered lettered name of God, which makes the card contemplative and prayer-inspiring.