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Pentagram (also known as pentagram in Thelema after Aleister Crowley) is a talisman used for magical evocation, usually made of parchment, paper or metal (although it can be other materials), with a symbolic drawing of spirit or energy. It's usually worn around the neck or in the triangle. It can also include protective symbols (sometimes vice versa), often the six point form of Solomon's seal, known as the Solomon Pentagram or the Solomon Pentagon. Many Pentagram stars can be found in Solomon's magic book. They are also used in some Protestant magic traditions, such as Wicca, and other magic tools.

According to the Oxford English Online Dictionary (revised in 2007), "Pentagram" and "Pentagram" (a five point single star) are basically synonyms, which are traced back to Latin etymology through French and Italian, but in Chinese and French it is noted that "Pentagram" is used to refer to any talisman. In widespread use, many magical authors see them as unique. In many Tarot decks and some forms of modern witchcraft, the pentagram is often added to the design.

In Vica and other Protestant traditions, there are specific differences between pentagons and pentagons. That is to say, Pentagram refers to Pentagram connected by circle. This pentagonal form is formed on the plate, which can be used either on the altar or as its own sacred space. The pentagram represents the mysterious use of the earth.

Although the pentagram has the pronunciation of the word, it usually does not have the meaning of "Five" in the old magic texts. Instead, it is a magic amulet with any symbols or characters. When they merge star shapes, they are usually hexagon rather than Pentagon. Pentagram stars show all kinds of shapes and images, appearing in ancient magic spells, such as Solomon's key; as Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa summed up, their purpose is to "know all future things in advance, master the whole nature, master the power of devil and angel, and create miracles". Agrippa credits Moses' magical achievements to his knowledge of the pentagram.

The term pentagram, used by grenbaum and shepherd in "tiling and patterning," refers to a pentagram composed of ten line segments, similar to a pentagram, but excluding the inner line.