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Monday, April 23, 2007

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Rose Paul

A pentacle is a point up star with a circle around it. A pentagram is just the star.
Although in my path, the two words are synonymous.
You won't see a true Wiccan make a joke of her symbol of faith or wear an upside down pentacle.

I thought Pres. Bush said Wicca was not a religion in his opinion. What changed that closed mind?

My coven uses the traditional pentacle but the circle surrounding the star is a Celtic weave. We are the being of the Avalonian order, we felt it was a good fit for us.

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