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  • n. Either of two regular seven-pointed stars, drawn with the construction lines retained; a heptangle.
  • n. A heptagon.


From hepta- + -gram. (Wiktionary)


  • The first heptagram was used as a symbol in the Kabbalah, and later by Aleister Crowley and the Ordo Templi Orientis where it was known as the Star (or Seal) of Babalon.

    Red Ice Creations

  • A hexagram—like a Star of David—has six; the heptagram has seven; here’s eight, the octogram; and nine, one form of an enneagram.

    Arcane Circle


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