A triangular sign, Trinity Knot is derived from the word Triquetra. This sign is very common among Christians and sometimes it can be easily seemed as a tattoo on arms.
However, its meaning can be believed by both Christian and non Christians as its understanding and belief depends upon one's belief.
Since this sign is most commonly believed amongst Christian, they brings Trinity Knot Meaning in three different ways and as per their belief, trinity is something that represent a triangle. Each triangle has three points, the Christian represent these three points as:
1. Father: that's stand for God.
2. Son: that's stands for Jesus
3. Holy Spirit: that can also be said as the Holy Ghost.
Apart from the Christians, Pagans represent another Trinity Knot Meaning. According to Pagans, the symbol of trinity does not something related to the super natural power but it is about the natural forces and these naturals forces are as follows:
Another different belief about of the sign of trinity is about the life, death and rebirth. This meaning is different from the above 2 meanings as it has become more deep.
And different people with different beliefs have defined this world in different manner and it is hard to guess the correct meaning of the symbol of trinity.
However it is just not about the meaning of the triangle and at the practical point of view, a question arises that that has created or design this symbol. Since different people have different beliefs in this sign so over the years this question has become the part of debate in which different believer claim their belief to be correct. According to the Christians, this symbol was created by the monks and brought this sign with their self at the beginning of the Christianity, when they were converting other regions into Christianity. But pagans counter this belief of Christian by saying that the symbol of trinity was originated initially amongst pagans, they also say that Christian has copied many of their ancient religious symbols and brought them into the Christianity.
Apart from the triangle, there is another conflict related to the circles that covers the triangle.
According to the beliefs of this circle, the circle stand for the word “eternity” and this eternity is representing the love of God by which the triquetra is represented.
Thus after so many religious claims on the circle, so it is really difficult to describe its correct meaning.