star tattoos up side

Posted: January 9, 2011 in star tattoos up side
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star tattoos up side

star tattoos up side

star tattoos up side

The five-pointed star, if drawn with points of equal length and angles of 36° at each point, is sometimes termed a golden five pointed star.[4] If the colinear edges are joined together a pentagram is produced, which is the simplest of the unicursal star polygons, and a symbol of mystical and magical significance. Originally, the five-pointed star (pentangle), forming a pentagram within it, represented the ten tribes of Israel that broke away from the ruling class of Judah, Benjamin, and the Priests. There are ten “Vav” or “man” that form the five points. Later, satanists turned the star upside down to form the face of a dragon (or goat) which gave the symbol an evil demented meaning (the representation of Satan). A circle was also added around the Israelite Star because it was the letter “Samek” meaning, “death”. Today’s modern Pagans tend to use all three symbols, rather than making any distinction. The golden five-pointed star is a very common ideogram in the western world, and has particularly strong associations with military power and war. ManThe five-pointed star appears in the flags of 35 countries, and also appears commonly in the heraldry of the United States, and stands in contrast to the vexillologically rarer seven-pointed star.

The five-pointed star occurs in conjunction with a crescent in the flags of several countries to symbolize Islam, appearing for example as part of the symbol of the Ottoman Empire.

In philately the five-pointed star signifies stamps that have not been postmarked.

The five-pointed star is used as the symbol of the People Nation alliance of gangs from Chicago.[citation needed] Blood gangs who originated from New York known as the United Blood Nation also use this as a symbol as they have emulated the People Nation alliance.[citation needed]

In ancient times, the five-pointed star represented the symbol of distraction.[citation needed]

An upside down five pointed star with a goat’s head on the inside of is often associated with Satanism.

In the Armenian Pantheon, there is a goddess called Astlik/Astghik. In the Armenian language Astgh means star, Astghik – Little Star. Compared with Ishtar, Astara, this goddess’ sign should have been the (probably)eight-pointed star.

star tattoos up side

star tattoos up side

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