A GALLERY OF NINE-POINTED STARS

Abraham: One God, Three Wives, Five Religions is my newest book.  Written from a fresh and intriguing interfaith perspective, it follows the lives and descendants of the three wives of Abraham (Sarah, Hagar & Keturah) from the marshes of Mesopotamia to the arid hills of Canaan. Click on the image to find out more about it.
 
                                      Baha'i Basics is written in a snappy Q&A format is easy to read yet very informative.
 
 
 Welcome to Frances Worthington's clip-art galaxy of nine-pointed stars.  If you use stars on a website, please mention their origin. All are free for anyone to copy, use, change, and enjoy in non-profit situations. If you have an image to share, please email me at bahaibasics@gmail.com.  
 
note:There is a second site for stars now because I've run out of room on this one: Galaxy of Nine-Pointed Baha'i Stars 
  
Click for other pages:  Ayyam-i-Ha and Naw-Ruz 
  COLORFUL STARS (page 1) (page 2(page 3) (page 4) (page 5) (page 6)  BLACK 9-POINTED STARS (page 1)  (page 2)   ANIMALS, FISH, AND BIRDS   PLANT STARS (page 1)   (page 2)   INSECTS WITH NINE FACETS   SUN, MOON AND UNIVERSE (page 1)   (page 2)  PLANET EARTH  VIRTUES AND QUOTATIONS   BAHA'I TEMPLES AND MORE   DELICATE STARS  PEOPLE
       
 
Most of the nine-pointed stars on this website are gif images.  They can be layered over other things for use in a powerpoint presentation but they can also be added to posters or stationery or whatever and will print out just as they look here.  Many of them were created using the wonderful free software available at.http://www.getpaint.net/
                  

The very delicately-outlined star was created by Carl B. Van Wormer. 

See all 19 of his designs on this page:  DELICATE STARS

 

 

 

 

 
         Donna Landau (http://www.donnalandau.com) provided these two black and white stars. The small one was hand-copied by Donna from the cover of a prayer book. The second is a prayer for protection written by the Bab. This English translation was given to Donna several years ago,and if anyone knows who did the calligraphy, tell us. The original prayer was written in Arabic in the shape of a five-pointed star. It can be viewed at this website: http://bahai-library.com/file.php?file=bab_daira_haykal_2  

  

 

 

 

 

             
 
 
Amusingly, Carrie Smith made a PicBadge from the nine-pointed insect above. 
      See the badge at http://www.picbadges.com/profile/?id=-54439745                                       
 
                 
 
  

 

 
 
If you're interested in making nine-sided cookie temples for Ayyam-i-Ha, Naw-Ruz or another special occasion, click: Baha'i Cookie Temples    

 

 
  
 
 
       
 
 

 

 
 
 
   
 

      

 

   
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