Oracle chose the Pentacle due to the Noble History of this Symbol

The oldest known use of the Pentacle dates to 3,000 B.C.E., when it was used by the Sumerians and Babylonians to depict angles and provide directional orientation. Early civilizations also used the Pentacle for astrological purposes, assigning the five points to the five planets viewable by the naked eye: Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Venus

By 500 B.C.E., the great mathematician Pythagoras identified the “Golden Ratio” within the Pentacle, an emblem of perfection that was incorporated into Greek art and architecture. Pythagoras was the first person to refer to the balance of the "Cosmos," and he proposed the soul’s eternal existence through transmigration. Later, his followers ascribed the points of the Pentacle to the five classical elements: Earth, Air, Fire, Water, and Ideas.

In 300 C.E., Roman Emperor Constantine used the symbol as a seal and amulet. When the Roman Catholic Church was formed, some Christians adopted the Pentacle to represent the five wounds of Christ, which pierced both of his hands, his two feet, and his side. Others associated the Pentacle with the five senses: Touch, Taste, Smell, Hearing, and Sight.

In medieval times, the Pentacle was part of the legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, who had five virtues: Friendship, Generosity, Chastity, Courtesy, and Piety

And during the Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci revived the Pentacle by illustrating that the proportions of the human body perfectly align within this sublime shape. The Pentacle also was one of the Tarot Card suits, shown above.

The Truth about this Ancient Icon – like all Truth – needs to be Protected and Revered

At the close of the Fourth Spiritual Paradigm, Oracle chose the Pentacle to represent its humanitarian work and the possibility of unity among the five primary religions: Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam

May these now ancient religions update their teachings in order to help humanity build a utopian New World.

And at the dawn of the Fifth Spiritual Paradigm, Oracle recalls the most glorious and enduring use of the Pentacle: As a symbol for Venus, the Goddess of Love, who models an eternal aspect of the Sacred Feminine

Watch Venus create the Pentacle during its eight year orbit around the Sun...and marvel at this mystery!

So please remember the Perennial Promise of the Pentacle:
LOVE!