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2" x 3.5" – Classic Business Card
Choose from eight types of premium card stock.
FREE Full-bleed, full-color printing on both sides.
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Skinny and chubby profile cards also available.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note this product’s customizable design area measures 2" x 3.5".
This 110lb, ultra white card stock is a great choice if you are looking for the very best quality and feel.
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The Unicursal Hexagram symbolizes the union of the man with the divine.
As with the hexagram used in the Star of David, this six-pointed star
represents "as above, so below," but because this symbol is formed of
only one line, rather than 2, it further represents that above and
below, human and divine are One. The Unicursal Hexagram is particularly
used by those practicing Thelema and Golden Dawn. Alastair Crowley
claimed to have been the originator of the symbol, though research
shows that to be incorrect.
The unicursal hexagram was created for the purpose of drawing the
figure in one continuous movement, as the other magical polygons are
created- the pentagram is one example. This is significant in ritual
magick when invoking and banishing hexagrams must be made.
Crowley's adaptation of the unicursal hexagram placed a five petalled
rose, symbolizing a pentacle (and the divine feminine), in the center;
the symbol as a whole making eleven (five petals of the rose plus six
points of the hexagram), the number of divine union.