The pentagram is drawn with one stroke of a pen, and is one of the most ancient primitive signs, conceived long before written characters.  With multiple meanings throughout human history,  the Pythagoreans called it the pentalpha, and the Celtic priests called it the witch’s food. In the middle ages in was known as the goblin’s cross or Solomon’s seal. The pentagram also represents the five senses and male and female principles. The druids used the pentagram to symbolize the Godhead, while to the Jews in signified the five Mosaic books. Many also believed the sign protected against demons, and it became a symbol of safety. It is also believed to be an emblem of happy homecoming, and in ancient times the people of Babylon used it as a magic charm.