Celtic Trinity Knot

The Celtic Trinity Knot is shown here in black, on a white background. The knot is drawn with a loose, sketched look, and sits in the traditional form of the Celtic Trinity symbol. The knot is drawn as a set of four congruent lines that twist into three pointed loops, pointing up, left, and right, and intertwining with one another. The three points of the knot represent the Trinity of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.