The unicursal hexagram is a hexagram or six-pointed star that can be traced or drawn unicursally, in one continuous line rather than by two overlaid triangles. The hexagram can also be depicted inside a circle with the points touching it.
The Unicursal is described as the magical Star of Solomon as opposed to the Star of David. The tribe of Solomon or the Masons use a similar symbol represented by a Square and Compass. The Star of Solomon is an introverted star that symbolizes the completed union with God "As above so Below", as well as the union of a man and woman.[relevant? ]
In Thelema, The hexagram is usually depicted with a five-petaled flower in the centre which symbolises a pentacle (and the divine feminine). The symbol as a whole makes eleven; five petals of the rose and six vertices of the hexagram. The number eleven represents the number of divine union. Thelemites wear the unicursal hexagram as an identification and recognition.
Popular culture 
- The unicursal hexagram was part of the symbol called "The Seal of Orichalcos" that was prominent in the Waking the Dragons arc of Yu-Gi-Oh!.
- A unicursal hexagram appears several times in the television series Supernatural as a symbol to ward off evil entities. It was also featured prominently in the season 8 episode "As Time Goes By" as the symbol signifying membership of the Men of Letters.
- In the 12-book comic series Avengers Forever, the Forever Crystal, an artifact that can alter reality across time, appears in the shape of a unicursal hexagram.
See also 
- Unicursal Hexagram Symbol Dictionary: Unicursal Hexagram