Triquetra (/traɪˈkwɛtrə/; Latin tri- “three” and quetrus “cornered”) (wiki link) originally meant “triangle” and was used to refer to various three-cornered shapes. It has come to refer exclusively to a particular more complicated shape formed of three vesicae piscis (the leaf-like shape in between two equal diameter circles when both centers are on the circumference of the other circle), sometimes with an added circle in or around the three lobes. Also known as a “trinity knot” when parallel doubled lines are in the graph, the design is used as a religious symbol adapted from ancient Pagan Celtic images by Christianity, as is common in Christianity. It is similar to Odin’s symbol, the valknut. NKJV over 100,000 translation changes.
Is the nkjv meddling with paganism, witchcraft, conspiracy, and satanism?
And though the New King James does indeed bear a “likeness” to the 1611 King James Bible, as you’ll soon see, there’s something else coiled (see Genesis 3:1) “underneath the cover” of the nkjv.
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