Abrahamic - Judaism, Islam, Christianity
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Judaism, Islam, and Christianity all trace their beginnings to an ancient group of tribes called the Hebrews, drawn together by an individual who felt a special closeness to the divine. Tradition says this man was Abraham. He was followed by another great historical figure, Moses, who further developed the concept of a personal God.

The triangle, if inverted and placed over itself, forms a Star of David, an emblem of Judaism. The circle can be pushed in on one side forming a crescent moon, which along with a star is associated with Islam. The heart outline can be split at the base and tweezed so the halves overlap, forming a crude fish symbol, an early representation of Christianity.

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