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« Topic Start: May 14, 2008, 07:27:22 pm »

Not sure this is the proper forum for this, but I imagine it's at least close ...

anywho, since I've been a Pagan I've worn a seven-pointed "faery" star, because of its supposed symbolism of Faerie, etc.  Now, I haven't worn it at all recently as I've been rev-evaluating my beliefs as well as generally questioning everything I've learned along the way.  I don't know how many of you are familiar with the symbol, but for those who are, what do you consider it to mean/symbolize, and where/how did you come about your information?

Thanks, all
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« Reply #1: May 14, 2008, 11:53:36 pm »

I don't know how many of you are familiar with the symbol, but for those who are, what do you consider it to mean/symbolize, and where/how did you come about your information?

I've got a nifty septagram pendant.  Smiley  I wear it as a symbol of the Anderson Feri tradition, a usage I've come across from assorted practitioners (and at least one initiate.)  I also wear it as a symbol of my connection to other realms, which is slightly sideways from something I saw mentioned here, I think.  (Which really, could relate back to the Faerie associations.)  In Thelema, Babalon's star has seven points - it looks a bit different from the pendant I have, but I still see a connection.  And the Egyptian goddess Seshat wears a seven-pointed (maybe) star on Her head, but I have other jewelry for Her.  Smiley
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« Reply #2: May 25, 2008, 01:08:54 am »

Not sure this is the proper forum for this, but I imagine it's at least close ...

anywho, since I've been a Pagan I've worn a seven-pointed "faery" star, because of its supposed symbolism of Faerie, etc.  Now, I haven't worn it at all recently as I've been rev-evaluating my beliefs as well as generally questioning everything I've learned along the way.  I don't know how many of you are familiar with the symbol, but for those who are, what do you consider it to mean/symbolize, and where/how did you come about your information?

Thanks, all

One of my dear friends is a follower of the Faery tradition and wears this symbol. She's coming over tomorrow so I'll have her look at your post and see what insight she has to give on the matter.

Ishanna
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« Reply #3: May 26, 2008, 06:23:34 pm »

One of my dear friends is a follower of the Faery tradition and wears this symbol. She's coming over tomorrow so I'll have her look at your post and see what insight she has to give on the matter.

Ishanna

Thanks Smiley

Although, what exactly do you mean by "the Faery Tradition" ?
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« Reply #4: May 26, 2008, 11:58:05 pm »

Thanks Smiley

Although, what exactly do you mean by "the Faery Tradition" ?

Ok, what she said was she was unsure where the star originated, but she was told and wears it now as a sign that she believes in faerys and practices faery magick. I'm not sure what all this entails, to be honest with you. This is as much information as she was able to give me for the time being.

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« Reply #5: May 27, 2008, 03:22:45 pm »

Not sure this is the proper forum for this, but I imagine it's at least close ...

anywho, since I've been a Pagan I've worn a seven-pointed "faery" star, because of its supposed symbolism of Faerie, etc. 

Thanks, all

I have a tattoo of a seven pointed star, and to me it symbolizes the Great Mother, I also have studied some practices associated with Feri (as in Anderson/Thorne Coyle, etc) and it pleases me that it is a symbol associated with those very fitting practices, too.
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