The Tree of Life is the most recognizable symbol of the Qabalah, or Jewish Mysticism. It represents the attributes of God, the creation on the universe, and the spiritual path of Mankind back to God. There are several versions of the glyph; this being the most popular and based on the 1652 design of Qabalist Athanasius Kircher. Wear this talisman as a symbol of your place in the universe and connection to the Divine.
The Valknut is composed of three interlinked equilateral triangles. The nine lines symbolize the nine worlds of the Norse tradition, the power of three times three. Specifically, it is a symbol of Odin. As a protector it invokes the power of eternal unity. Its name means the knot of fallen (or chosen) ones.
The Rune-like letters around the outside of this pentacle is said to be a relic from the Atlantean days. These magical letters, called the "Witch's Runes," are thought to be connected to the Cabalistic Enochian Script of the Elizabethan Astrologer and Magician Dr. John Dee.