April 24, 2007

About Time

I stole the title from I Travel By Bubble, where I found the link too.

The Wiccan pentacle has been added to the list of emblems allowed in national cemeteries and on goverment-issued headstones of fallen soldiers, according to a settlement announced Monday.

According to the story, there are 38 different "symbols of belief" allowed on the headstones, including a few I'd never heard of. Also notice that the pentacle is an upright star in a circle, not the cheesy upside-down version used by Satan Worshippers in horror movies.

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1 The big advantage of a pentacle is that when you summon a demon, he'll arrive rightside-up, as opposed to upside-down, like the silly satan worshippers do. That's why a demon never shows up during their satanic rights--no self-respecting demon would show up hanging upside-down on a wall.

At least, according to Larry Niven that's why, and I'm totally blanking on the name of that story right now.

Posted by: Victor at April 24, 2007 08:26 PM (l+W8Z)

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