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Stainless Steel Pentagram Altar Plate

Cast your spells with this beautiful astrology altar plate and candleholder! Perfect for any witch or energy worker, this stainless steel altar plate features a stunning pentagram design. Use it to hold your candles or healing crystals while you work your magic, or set it on your altar to bring in the power of the stars.

Specs: 20cm Diameter. Stainless Steel

Altar plates are a common sight in many gothic homes, but their origins are shrouded in mystery. Some say that they were used for divination purposes, while others believe that they were simply for aesthetic purposes. No one knows for sure where altar plates came from, but their popularity is undeniable. Also let's explore the origins and significance behind altar plates and discuss why they have become such an iconic symbol of the gothic lifestyle.

Altar plates first came to prominence during the Victorian era, a time when the gothic culture was in full swing. Victorians explored the occult and often used divination tools like tarot cards and crystal balls to predict the future. It is believed that altar plates were used for similar purposes, as they often featured symbols of the occult such as pentagrams and moons. Pentagrams symbolize protection and balance, while moons represent the ebb and flow of life. Altar plates were also often adorned with skulls, a symbol of death that was often used to ward off evil spirits.

Although their exact purpose is unknown, it is clear that altar plates held a special meaning for Victorians. For many, they were a way to link with the spiritual world and tap into their hidden power. Today, altar plates are still popular among goths and other members of the occult community. They are seen as a reminder that there is more to life than what meets the eye, and that we all have the ability to tap into our inner power. Whether you use them for divination purposes or for a nice wicca aesthetic, altar plates are a beautiful and intriguing part of gothic culture.