Of all the geometric shapes in sacred geometry, the hexagon is arguably the most powerful and captivating. It goes much deeper – right to the heart of our origins. From the sweet honeycomb to the crystalline snowflakes and the tiling patterns found on fruit skins, the hexagon magnificently abounds in the natural world. Noteworthy, of course, is the belief that the sacred shape is associated with Anahata, the heart chakra; the Star of David also known as the Seal of Solomon; the Kabbalistic tree of life; and as a symbol associated with the Christian Son of God. Wiccans, on the other hand, put emphasis on hex – the belief of six points connected to ritual magick, protection, and the Divine Union between masculine, feminine, earth, air, water, and fire. The symbolism of the hexagon, above all, connects the focal point of the universal coherence which integrates and links everything together. All things are believably bound together. We are endlessly connected with everybody and are part of the more extensive universe where everything works in perfect accord.