File:Pentad.svg

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The Pythagoreans used this symbol as a secret sign to recognize each other. It represents the number five, and life, power and invulnerability.

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Source Hemenway, Priya – Divine Proportion pp.56, Sterling Publishing, ISBN 1-4027-3522-7
Author Jossi
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Pentagram inscribed within Vesica Piscis configuration (two circles of equal diameter, the center of each being on the circumference of the other).

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