Medieval alchemists used the seven-pointed star to stand for the seven alchemical metals and their corresponding planets. But it may also stand for the seven days of the week and their corresponding planets, seven colours, the seven musical notes, the seven sisters (Pleiades), or any of the many sacred things that come in groups of seven. In Hermetic Qabalah, the septagram can represent the sphere of Netzach and the corresponding planet of Venus. Aleister Crowley also chose a septagram as the seal of Babalon, the Great Mother and Sacred Whore of Thelema.
The sacred tool you will soon hold in your hands can be used in many ways to meet the needs of any practitioner, from a mindfully curated crystal grid, a charging talisman, a simple plate for your seven-day candle, or to be wielded for your sacred work and intent.
Ultimately, this piece serves as a reminder As Above, So Below, As within So without - the universe, and everything in it are One.
Crafted by hand by The Witch Down The Lane.