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The Trinity Knot (Eternity Knot) is a religious symbol with both pagan and Christian heritage. In Celtic mythology, knots symbolize the sacred geometry of the universe and the interconnectedness of all life in the universe. In Christian iconography, the Trinity Knot represents the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

The Trinity Knot can be seen in Ireland’s most valuable relic, the Book of Kells, now located in the suitably named Trinity College, Dublin.

The knot is a complete loop that has no start or finish and could be said to represent eternity whether this means loyalty, faith, friendship or love. Only one thread is used in each design which symbolizes how life an eternity are interconnected.