The representations of the trinity knot vary by personal beliefs and religion, but for many it represents the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. The trinity knot is also referred to as the Triquetra, which means triangle.
In paganism it is believed that the trinity knot stands for the natural forces including earth, air, fire and water. On a more spiritual level in the pagan religion, it symbolizes life, death and rebirth. No one knows for sure who created the trinity knot, but this has been some controversy for years. Christians believe the symbol started with the Monks, but many believe that the knotwork symbol was originally Celtic.Learn More
In most denominations of Christianity, the Holy Spirit is the third person in the Trinity (along with Father and Son). The Christian Apologetic and Research Ministry defines the Holy Spirit as fully God, omniscient and omnipresent. The Holy Spirit is referred to as a person and not merely a force. The Holy Spirit also has a place in Judaism, Islam and the Bahá'í Faith.Full Answer >
Generally, the Celtic star is referred to as the Celtic knot, which means the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. However, non-Christians have a different understanding, and many believe that the three points represent life, death and rebirth.Full Answer >
An upside-down Christmas tree is meant to represent the Holy Trinity: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. The custom is traced back to a 12th-century religious tradition of Central Europeans, who hung inverted trees decorated with candles.Full Answer >
Choose a long cherry stem, and place it in your mouth. Use your tongue to fold the stem in two, making one end longer than the other. Grip the two stems with your teeth, and use your tongue to cross them as you push the longer stem through the loop. Grip the short stem with your teeth, and pull on the long stem so that the knot ties as you pull the stem from your mouth.Full Answer >