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There are a great number of symbols found through out all the various forms of Paganism.

Here are some of the more common symbols you are likely to see.

The five-pointed star within a circle is the most common Pagan symbol, and it is typically used to identify oneself as a Pagan or Wiccan. The five points represent the 4 elements plus the spirit, and the circle connects them all. A five-pointed star without the circle is called a pentagram, rather than a pentacle. Based on numerology, the five points means the pentacle symbolizes the Earth element and can be used as an Earth symbol on an altar
Pentacle

Septagram / Fairy Star The seven pointed star has a few names: septagram, septacle, elfin star or fairy star. The number seven corresponds to the spirit realm, which is why this symbol is associated with elves or fairies. There are no set representations for each of the points, but they are sometimes labeled: earth, air, fire, water, above, below and within. The septagram is also associated with astrology.

The triple moon is a Goddess symbol that represents the Maiden, Mother, and Crone as the waxing, full, and waning moon. It is also associated with feminine energy, mystery and psychic abilities. You often see this symbol on jewelry and head-pieces, particularly worn by High Priestesses.
Triple Moon

The unicursal hexagram is a variation of the 6pointed star. The more traditional way of drawing a 6-pointed star is in the double triangles of the Star of David. Aleister Crowley created this design, a symbol that could be drawn in one continuous line. The number 6 represents unity and balance, specifically balance between man and the Divine.
Unicursal Hexagram

The Eye of Horus can be a bit of a confusing symbol. It is seen sometimes as the right or sometimes as the left eye. The left eye is Eye of Horus and is connected with the moon. When it's the right eye, it's the Eye of Ra, and associated with the sun. Though some sources say there is no distinction at all. The symbol is worn for protection and to ward off evil spirits.
Eye of Horus

Ankh The short and traditional meaning for the ankh symbol is "everlasting life". This symbol is a hieroglyph seen in countless ancient Egyptian carvings, usually held in hand by Gods and pharaohs to show how they preside over life (immortal). The ankh is a popular symbol among Pagans, likely due to the similarity to a Christian cross which makes the ankh much less shocking, as compared to a pentacle.

This maze-like symbol is associated with the triple aspect of the Greek goddess Hecate. She is considered a 'dark' goddess by some and rules over cross-roads and the Underworld. Hecate is also known as the Goddess of the Witches. This isn't a particularly common symbol among Wiccans, but you do see it occasionally.
Hecate's Wheel

The inverted (or upside down) pentacle is a symbol of some reputation. It is typically associated with Satanism, but that is not a completely accurate description. The true emblem of the Church of Satan is the sigil of Baphomet, which is a symbol with a goat's head and an inverted pentacle. Within Wicca, the upside down pentacle stands for the 2nd degree.
Inverted Pentacle

Like the triskele, this Celtic symbol embodies the sacred number 3, as seen in the 3 phases of the Goddess (maiden, mother, crone) and the 3 elements of nature (land, sky, sea). During the period of early Christianity, the Triquetra took on the meaning as the Holy Trinity.
Triquetra

There are many variations on the basic triskele (or triple spiral) symbol. The one illustrated here is very simple to illustrate the basic look of the symbol. The triskele is a Celtic symbol, and symbolizes the power of life and rebirth. It combines the spiral (often used to illustrate the cycle of life) and the number 3 is a sacred number, as seen in the phases of the triple Goddess.
Triskele / Triple Spiral

The symbol I'm referring to is on the cover of the Simon translation of the Necronomicon. This complicated star design is not a symbol from antiquity and is as fictional as the book itself. So this really isn't a Pagan symbol at all, but one that represents occult folklore.
Necronomicon