You will learn a lot of new things today. About pagan witchcraft that is. It is usually referred to as\u00a0Wicca. People who are Wicca typically pray to many different kinds of gods including a goddess, the moon goddess, and the horned god. Even though you might not believe in such stuff, you have to admit that these are quite interesting. You see, today we will talk about a lot of different witchcraft symbols that might look quite normal. However, they have a secret meaning behind it. There are a lot of varying witchcraft symbols, but these were the most interesting ones that we could find. So let's begin, shall we? #1 Air Element.\u00a0 Represents the east, the soul, air, life, communication, and wisdom. Usually used in rituals: momentum, wisdom. #2\u00a0Earth element. Represents\u00a0divine feminine, earth, nourishment, endurance, and the body. Usually used in rituals:\u00a0money, fertility. #3 Fire element.\u00a0 Represents\u00a0fire, masculine energy, and purifying energy. Usually used in rituals:\u00a0purifying, new action. #4 Water element.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0feminine energy, the womb, water, the west, and healing. Usually used in rituals:\u00a0love, emotions, \u201cwashing away\u201d negative energy. #5 Ritual Circle.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0transformation and completion, cycles. Usually used in rituals: protection, completing something. #6 Solar Cross.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0sun, earth, four elements, and the four seasons. Usually used in rituals:\u00a0transformation, endings, beginnings, solstice. #7 Sun Wheel.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0sun, four seasons, fire, masculine energy, and the south. Usually used in rituals: celebrating seasons, invoking the sun. #8 Hecate's Wheel.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0women, and transformation. Usually used in rituals: invoking change and transformation. #9 Pentagram.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0the elements. Usually used in rituals:\u00a0protection. #10 Ankh.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0eternal life, the sun, and the feminine energy. Usually used in rituals: protection. #11 Celtic Sheild Knot.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0the four elements. Usually used in rituals: protection. #12 Eye of Horus.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0the Egyptian god Horus. Usually used in rituals: protection, healing. #13 Eye of Ra.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0the Egyptian god Ra. Usually used in rituals: protection. #14 All Seeing Eye.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0god\/goddess. Usually used in rituals: protection. #15 Seax Wicca.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0the moon, the sun, the seasons, and the Seax Wicca tradition. Usually used in rituals: the Seax Wicca tradition. #16 Horned God. Represents:\u00a0masculine energy. Usually used in rituals: invoking the horned god, fertility. #17 Thor's Hammer.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0a powerful unfailing weapon. Usually used in rituals: protection, power. #18 Triple Horn of Odin. Represents:\u00a0ceremony, celebration, and the divine feminine. Usually used in rituals: celebrating, drawing on the divine feminine. #19 Triple Moon.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0divine feminine, womanhood, and the moon. Usually used in rituals: drawing down the moon. #20 Triple Spiral. Represents:\u00a0earth, sea, and sky. It can also be used as a symbol for a country or place (the Isles of Man, Sicily). Usually used in rituals: reference to a specific place or earthy, wind, and sky. #21 Yin Yang.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0light and dark, good and bad, duality, and balance. Usually used in rituals: good luck, balance. #22 Triquetra.\u00a0 Represents:\u00a0earth, wind, sky, mind, body, and soul. Usually used in rituals: any reference to three things you want to tie together. #23 Septogram.\u00a0 Represents: seven chakras, seven elements, seven days of the week, and heaven. Usually used in rituals: protection, harmony. #24 Hexagram. Represents:\u00a0the devil. Usually used in rituals:\u00a0conjuring the demonic, dark magic. Have you ever seen these symbols around and about? If so tell us all about it in the comments down below.