I discovered - while looking for my pentagram pendant - that I had one other item; an altar tile made for me by my uncle Philip (I think he made it when I was about 17, but I could be wrong). So, I had Kelly help me get photos of it. Now, I know people are going to be curious about the symbols on it, so I had Kelly try and identify them for me so that I could provide them with the photos. So...
Here is the top of it:
The symbols on the top are as follows:
The pentagram that's up the right way (with the point of the star facing upwards) is just a normal pentagram.
The one that looks sort of like an inverted (upside down) pentagram is the symbol for magic.
The symbol that looks like a triangle (the one with the point up the right way) is the fire symbol.
The inverted (upside down) triangle is the water symbol .
The symbol that looks like 2 quarter moons back to back is a version of the triple goddess symbol (it is also - in fact, more commonly - done with a circle in between the quarter moons), which is also just used as a "female" symbol to represent the femaneine in rituals and such.
The symbol that looks like a circle with horns is the horned god symbol, which is also just used as a "male" symbol to represent the mascaleine in rituals and such.
The other symbols we aren't sure about, but I "think" they might be the air and earth symbols. I could be wrong, but since they are the other common symbols missing, there's a strong possibility that this is the case.
And here is the bottom of it:
The symbols on the back/bottom are the following runes:
The first rune - the one that looks like an R - translates as rad.
The second rune - the one that looks like an F with the bits that stick out slanted - translates as asa.
The third rune- the one that looks like a U - We couldn't find a translation for.
The fourth rune - the one that looks like a M - translates as eh.
The fifth rune - the one that looks like a cross between an X and a T - translates as nyd.