The Triquetra, or Celtic Trinity Knot, is a three cornered Celtic knot design with various meanings. Christians will see it as representing the Trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost or Spirit. The more ancient pagans would see it for the Mother, Crone, and Maiden. And the more metaphysical school of thought sees the Trinity Knot as representing the Mind, Body, and Spirit. This one has wrinkled Scottish Flag, St. Andrew's Cross, as a background.