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17 Ancient Protection Symbols Against Evil

List Of 17 Ancient Protection Symbols Against Evil:

#1 TriquetraTriquetra

Triquetra, also known as the Trinity Knot or Celtic Triangle, is a tri-cornered shape made of 3 interconnected or overlapping arcs with pointed outer sections which resembles a three-cornered knot.

In Latin, triquetra means “three-cornered.” The triquetra is considered to represent the triplicities of body, mind, and soul.

#2 Crescent MoonCrescent Moon

The Crescent Moon is a symbol of power which is seen in religious symbols and even the flags of some nations.

The word “crescent” comes from the Latin term ”ceres” meaning to “bring forth, create” and ”crescere,” the Latin term for “grow, thrive.”

It was the symbol of two great goddesses – Isis and her daughter-in-law Hathor, the cow goddess.

#3 OmOm Sharavana Bhavaya Namaha Mantra Meaning - Mantra for Good Luck

Om symbolizes the most profound concepts of universal creation including the 3 stages of existence (birth, life, and death). According to Hinduism, this symbol is the first sound of creation, and therefore very sacred to the whole world as we know it.

The Om sound is an incantation to pay homage to the powers which allow the very existence of the universe we are in.

#4 The Eye of HorusThe Eye of Horus

Known also as the Wadjet, the Eye of Horus is believed to provide health, protection, and rejuvenation.

It is said that Egyptian sailors painted the symbol on the bows of their boats before setting sail on long and perilous voyages. Many people wear the symbol as an amulet to protect themselves from envious and ill-wishing people.

#5 Triple Spiral

Triple Spiral
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Also known as the Triskele, Triple Spiral is a complex ancient Celtic symbol. It is believed to represent a tale of forward motion to reach understanding. It is one of the most common elements of Celtic art; the Triskele is found in a variety of styles in both modern and ancient Celtic art.

In medieval times, the symbol appeared on Celtic Christian crosses and illuminated manuscripts, where they represented the Trinity.

#6 HexagramHexagram

The hexagram is associated with the Biblical Solomon, best known as the Star of David in the Jewish religion.

The hexagram is supposed to be an ancient charming symbol consisting of a triangle meaning ‘Fire’ and another triangle meaning ‘Water.’ The hexagram also represents the merging of the female and the male.

#7 Crossed Spears

It was used as a symbol of protection. From ancient times, the symbol of the crossed spears has appeared in many cultures. It blocks the actions of an enemy and puts up a barricade.

Also, it is one of the 8 witches’ runes where it stood for disagreements.

#8 Triple MoonTriple Moon

The triple moon is a symbol which is associated with feminine mystery, energy, and psychic abilities. The symbol has been adopted by most Wiccans, Pagans, and Neopagans as a sacred symbol.

It shows different portions of the lunar cycle, with the moon in 3 phases – waxing, full and waning.

#9 PentaclePentacle

The Pentacle has been one of the most persistent and powerful symbols in our history. It is the symbol of harmony, unity, love, and community.

The pentacle is often used as a magical plate upon which objects are placed to be magically charged, or presented as ritual offerings and objects.

#10 Solar CrossSolar Cross

This symbol is actually a unification of two powerful symbols – a cross, representing crossed fire-sticks, within a circle, representing the Sun.

Christians use the solar cross as a symbol of power as opposed to earth which is a link back to its original use. Astrologists use the solar cross to represent the Earth. Also, alchemists used it as a symbol for copper alloys, that is associated with the Earth.

#11 PhoenixPhoenix Bird

The Phoenix is about overcoming darkness and rising to the challenge to become powerful. The Phoenix is an important Christian symbol and represents the death of Christ and his resurrection from the dead.

In ancient Greek mythology, the Phoenix was associated with the sun god. In ancient Egypt, the Phoenix was a symbol of the sun rising and setting.

#12 The Double-Headed Eagle

The Double-Headed Eagle
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The earliest depiction of this symbol can be found on ancient monuments in the ancient Kingdom of the Hittites. The two heads were meant as a symbol of the spiritual and physical power of the Byzantine Emperor.

#13 HorseshoeHorseshoe

The horseshoe is one of the most well-known good luck symbols of the Western world.

Some believe that a horseshoe with the two ends pointing up collects good luck and keeps it from falling out. Witches were believed to fear horses, so hanging a horseshoe warded them off.

#14 AnkhAnkh

The ankh is an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol which was most often used in writing and in art to describe the word for “life.” It also represented insight and wisdom on the highest level.

#15 Italian HornItalian Horn

The Italian horn, also known as cornetto, cornicello, or corno, is an amulet that is worn as a protective tool against bad omens and evil. Some people believe the horn shape is based on the horn of the African eland, as the twisted shape is similar to this animal’s horns.

#16 Bindrune

A Bindrune is created by combining 2 or more ancient Viking Runes into a single symbol. A shielding bindrune is used to protect the individual from the energy which flows from others.

#17 HamsaHamsa

The Hamsa is a talisman from the ancient Middle East. The original Hamsa amulet was shaped like a hand with 3 fingers in the middle and the thumb and small finger in a curved shape on either side of the hand.

The symbol offers protection from harm caused by the evil eye. It is also thought that the symbol brings its owner luck, happiness, good fortune, and health.

In Islam, the symbol is called the Hand of Fatima, in honor of one of Prophet Mohammed’s daughters. In Levantine Christianity, the Hamsa is known as the hand of Mother Mary, after Jesus’ mother. Jews might have used the symbol to invoke the hand of God.

Many times the symbol hand is decorated with fish drawings as fish are traditionally a symbol of good luck.

References

https://www.thoughtco.com/what-is-a-hamsa-2076780
http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/hinduism/

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