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Seven-pointed stars are known as heptagrams or septagrams. There are two different configurations for heptagrams, the acute heptagram, shown here, and the obtuse heptagram (File:Planets obtuse heptagram magic circle.jpg). In addition, the heptagon – a seven-sided polygon (below) – can also represent the same things as a heptagram.

The heptagram can also represent the seven days of the week. In Judeo-Christian context, it can therefore be a symbol of completion, as the universe was wholly created within the seven-day week.

Elven Star The acute heptagram is sometimes called the Elven Star or the Faerie Star and has been widely adopted by the Otherkin – people who believe they are supernatural beings such as elves, faeries or dragons trapped in human bodies.

Enochian Angel Magic

Heptagrams and heptagons are commonly used in John Dee's system of Enochian angel magic, which is strongly rooted in sets of seven. The most famous example is Dee's Sigillum Dei Aemeth.

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