How I Bless, Charge and Concecrate a Pentacle ( Pentagram ) as a tool for charging other ritual tools, amulets and talismans.
Pentacles represent the 5 elements, Earth Air, Fire, Water and Spirit Or Ether, Akasha or Aether
Or in Chinese Magic as the
Wu Xing which is Metal, Fire, Wood, Water and Earth. In Japan would be Earth, Fire, Water, Wind and the Void,
It can respresent the 5 Wounds of Christ or the 5 Books of Moses. To the Hebrews the five points of the pentagram were tied to the Pentateuch (the first five books of the bible) and represented as a whole the concept of truth.
During the times of the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament), the pentacle was the first and most important of the Seven Seals – an amulet whose seals represented the seven secret names of God. It was inscribed on King Solomon’s ring, which is often called Solomon’s Seal in error. 4 Each point of the pentagram was also interpreted as referring to the five books of the Pentateuch – the first five books in the Hebrew Scriptures; a.k.a. the Torah.
The Celts believed that the pentacle was the sign of the Goddess of the Underground, who they called Morgan (a.k.a. Morrigan). The concept of five points seems to have permeated at least one of the Celtic lands. “Ireland had five great roads, five provinces and five paths of the law. The fairy folk counted by fives, and the mythological figures wore five-fold cloaks.