Pewter Pentagram with Runes Pagan Wiccan Pentacle Pendant, Leather Necklace

June 15, 2013 - Comment

This classic Pewter Pentagram with Runes Pendant is hand cast and hand finished in the USA, using Fine American Pewter. It has an Antique and Brushed Satin finish. The Pentagram includes an 18″ Leather Necklace with a lobster claw clasp and 2″ extension chain. A little History about the Pentagram… A Pentagram is the shape

This classic Pewter Pentagram with Runes Pendant is hand cast and hand finished in the USA, using Fine American Pewter. It has an Antique and Brushed Satin finish. The Pentagram includes an 18″ Leather Necklace with a lobster claw clasp and 2″ extension chain.

A little History about the Pentagram…
A Pentagram is the shape of a five-pointed star which comes from the Greek word meaning five lines. Pentagrams were used symbolically in ancient Greece, Christians once more commonly used the pentagram to represent the five wounds of Jesus and it also has associations within Freemasonry.

The Pentagram has magical associations, and many people who practice neopagan faiths wear jewelry incorporating the symbol. It is often used as a Pentacle which is an Amulet used in magical evocation…generally made of parchment, paper or metal…on which the symbol of a spirit or energy being evoked is drawn.

Comments

Anonymous says:

I loved it I ordered a few more They are great and match perfect for the style that I am looking for

Anonymous says:

Arrived quickly and looks better than the picture. The pendant is similiar looking to silver rather than pewter which is good, I guess. The detail is there so no need for it to be dark like typical pewter pieces I have. The runes could have a bit better detail but look pretty good and definately enough for me not to freak out and return it. It’s a good size so prepared if your in the company of the ignorant. I am a fan of the occult and not a practicing anything but have Catholic roots which like most Christians… have similiar silly views of petagrams. They are meant for protection rather than the inverted one (typically outlined goat skull/head associated with the Satanic Church). An even more hilarious misconception is than an upsidedown cross is evil when it is really the cross of Saint Peter would who chose to be curcified upsidedown because he considered himself unworthly of the typical manner like Jesus. Just thought it should be cleared up for any people wanting this for the…

Anonymous says:

It’s small, simple, and durable. The leather strap is also nice because it doesn’t irritate my neck like a lot of chains do.

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