Video: ☀✪ Pagan Symbols: The Meaning Behind Wicca, Sigils of Power & Protection

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☀✪ Pagan Symbols: The Meaning Behind Wicca, Sigils of Power & Protection

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Chart of important Wiccan symbols every Witch should know and their meaning. Also: the wheel of the year, runes, and alchemical elements: Fire, Air, Water, Earth, and Spirit, and other protection sigils.

From the Horned God and Moon Goddess to the Witches Knot, these wiccan magic symbols are used for protection, power, good luck, love and a lot more. Their origins and history can be traced back to the ancient Greek, Irish and even Hindu traditions.

Like other religions, Wicca has its own religious symbols which carry spiritual meanings and sacred power. You have likely seen some of these pictures before, so here's an opportunity to learn their meanings and origins. If you're thinking about getting a tattoo of a pagan symbol, a sigil, or wear a Wiccan charm, learn as much as you can about the origin of the symbol so you can wear it respectfully.

How to use these Wiccan symbols? You could charge them as sigils by carving them or drawing them on a piece of clothing, as jewelry, or in your bedroom/home. Some witches like to hang them near the front door or outside and use them as warding symbols of protection. You could also get a tattoo of a Wiccan symbol to remind you everyday of your faith and your identity as a Witch.

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