Ivy Pentagram Greeting Card from Tree Free
Size of Card: 125 x 174mm (4.8" x 6.9") approx.
Comes with a illustrated envelope and each card also has a faint artwork inside.
Dictionary Terms Explained
- Recycled Cards & Paper Products
All Tree Free cards and envelopes are made from either 100% renewable non-paper products like Kenaf or Sugar Cane or 100% recycled paper or FSC certified mixed sources and are printed on with soy-based inks which are cleaner for the environment.
By using kenaf they support farmers and preserve valuable animal habitat. In addition, kenaf uses no harmful chemicals in processing and is fully recyclable. They say, "We imagine a day when no trees are cut to make paper. Our cards are one small step in that direction - helping our forests to stay tree-full."
Pentacle or Pentagram
- Protection, communication with spirit world, magic
The pentagram was considered by the ancient Greeks and medieval astrologers to have supernatural properties and to be a protective symbol. Often in the past people would mark their doors with pentagrams to ward off evil witchcraft and spirits.
In good magic today (with the top pointed upwards) it is often used as a symbol to support transmission and communication with the spirit world. Its five points are often seen to represent the four classic elements of earth, water, air and fire joining with the fifth element of spirit to create life. A five-pointed star (pentagram) with a circle around it is referred to as a pentacle. This circle represents sacred space in which the fifth element of spirit controls the four earthly elements.
Also in the legend of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight a pentacle adorns his shield representing the five knightly virtues of generosity, courtesy, chastity, brotherly love and piety.
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