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Sacred Symbols On God
Symbol Code: SM000034     Symbol Name: Cernunnos   (Category: God )

CernunnosAlso called the Horned One, the Celtic god Cernunnos sported antlers of a stag upon his head. The stag in Celtic myth is considered a sign of sexuality and fecundity. The Celts would invoke Cernunnos to assure plentiful crops and abundant fortunes, or summoned on wedding nights for reasons you can figure out. Cernunnos was also portrayed as the god of the animal realm, thus he would have also been called upon to assure favorable hunting conditions. Most remarkably, Cernunnos was a shape-shifter, with the ability to take on the form of a snake, a wolf – or more commonly, his native stag. Learn more about Cernunnos - his symbols and his importance here.


Symbol Code: SM000058     Symbol Name: The Tree of Alchemi   (Category: GOD )

The Tree of Alchemi(Song of Tree): The Tree of Alchemi - THE LEAVES OF HERMES' SACRED TREE


Symbol Code: SM000063     Symbol Name:    (Category: God )

(The Speaking Stone): The book, “Sacred Symbols of Mu” is largely discounted by the Department of the Interior, Hot Springs National Park Service.
The NPS refers to the object as the “Calendar Stone”


Symbol Code: SM000064     Symbol Name: Tree Symbols   (Category: God )

Tree Symbols(Tree Ancient): A tree of life that binds together heaven and earth is a concept familiar to many cultures (here, a Celtic symbol)


Symbol Code: SM000184     Symbol Name: Waha Hamama   (Category: God )

Waha Hamama(Third Eye): Meaning: "To reveal secrets." -or- "The open mouth."
use: This symbol opens up and reveals secrets, both mundane and meaningful. It will reveal psychic visions and hearing of things which are subtle, hidden, or far distant. Highly effective when meditated upon in the 3rd eye, it will also cause revelations in any chakra, because of the changes in neurology which occur. It can also be effective in the moment when meditating, delving into a subject or wanting to reveal something which is hidden, or Huna. It implies enlightenment into the secrets of the soul - why you are here, etc. It increases understanding, and reveals secrets.


Symbol Code: SM000261     Symbol Name: Vergina Sun   (Category: God )

Vergina SunA distinct eight, twelve, or sixteen rayed figure, Called the sun of Vergina. It is so named for a stunning example found on a larnax (coffin) in the tomb of Philip II of Macedonia, the father of Alexander the Great and a notable member of the Argead Dynasty. The motif itself is ubiquitous in Greek and Macedonian art. It is most likely a solar symbol, being found in temple art depicting the sun God Helios.


Symbol Code: SM000262     Symbol Name: Faravahar (Fravashi)   (Category: God )

Faravahar (Fravashi)The Farohar or faravahar is both an emblem of the Zoroastrian religion and of Persian identity. Faravahar means “to choose.” The Faravahar is descended from the Egyptian winged disk, a symbol of divine kingship. It once represented the Assyrian sun god Shamash, and may have represented the corona of a solar eclipse.
In the modern Zoroastrian faith, it represents the human soul.


Symbol Code: SM000263     Symbol Name: Hathor (Headdress of Hathor)   (Category: God )

Hathor (Headdress of Hathor)An Egyptian hieroglyph representing the headdress of Hathor, a multifaceted goddess of the love, beauty, and fertility. The headdress consists of a sun disk surrounded by horns, the emblem of Hathor’s cow-goddess aspect.
Hathor is equivalent to the Roman Venus and the Greek Aphrodite. She is associated with the Milky Way, and the souls of Egyptian women judged to be worthy were identified with her.
As with the emblem of Venus, Hathor’s sign was often represented as or fashioned into a mirror.


Symbol Code: SM000264     Symbol Name: Heart in Hand   (Category: God )

Heart in HandThe Heart in Hand, an image of a heart in an open palm, is an easily recognizable symbol in the North Eastern US. This cheerful, welcoming image originated with the Shakers and is found on crafts, signs, and even cookies. The symbol is a pictoral reminder of the words of Mother Ann Lee, the founder of the Shaker sect, who promoted a simple life of hard work and spirituality, “Put you hands to work, and your hearts to God.” The image is typical of the Shaker attitude, and implies also a loving welcome.


Symbol Code: SM000265     Symbol Name: Keys of St. Peter   (Category: God )

Keys of St. PeterThe image at right represents the Keys of St. Peter, an emblem of the Catholic Church which represents the divine authority invested in the apostle Peter before the death of Christ. As such, they are emblems of papal authority in the Catholic church.
A symbol that appears frequently in Christian art and in the arms of the Popes, the crossed keys were formerly an emblem of the Roman God Janus and the Mithraic Zurvan, both gods of time and keepers of doorways, and removers of obstacles.
It is this symbolism that led to the folk legend of Peter as the bureaucratic keeper of the “pearly gates”of heaven.


Symbol Code: SM000266     Symbol Name: Rece Boga (Hands of God)   (Category: God )

Rece Boga (Hands of God)A slavic solar cross, fashioned after a design found on and Iron Age burial urn in Poland. Dubbed rece Boga, or “hands of god,” the symbol has been adopted as a symbol of Polish national pride and an emblem of Slavic Neopaganism.


Symbol Code: SM000267     Symbol Name: Odin’s Horn (Triple horn, Horned triskele)   (Category: God )

Odin’s Horn (Triple horn, Horned triskele)The Triple Horn of Odin is a stylized emblem of the Norse God Odin. This symbol consists of three interlocked drinking horns, and is commonly worn or displayed as a sign of commitment to the modern Asatru faith. The horns figure in the mythological stories of Odin and are recalled in traditional Norse toasting rituals. Most stories involve the God’s quest for the Odhroerir, a magical mead brewed from the blood of the wise god Kvasir.
The tales vary, but typically, Odin uses his wits and magic to procure the the brew over three days time; the three horns reflect the three draughts of the magical mead. Below is an image of the pre-Christian monument called the Larbro stone.


Symbol Code: SM000275     Symbol Name: Nun, Nuun (Arabic letter)   (Category: GOD )

Nun, Nuun (Arabic letter)(Religion): The fourteenth letter of the Arabic alphabet, nun (nuun) equivalent to the Hebrew or Phoenician nun. The letter in all three alphabets is derived from a pictogram of a fish or serpent.
Of some significance of late because of its use by the militant Jihadist group ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) in Iraq. The nun stands in for “Nasara,” or Nazarene, and is at the time of this writing being used to mark the homes of Christians in Mosul. In a mimicry of the relatively tolerant practices* of the Ottoman Caliphate, Christians whose homes have been marked have been given an ultimatum to convert, pay a steep ‘tax,’ or flee.


Symbol Code: SM000600     Symbol Name: Cimaruta   (Category: God )

Cimaruta(Deities and Lesser Gods): Cimaruta This is an ancient Italian amulet that is typically hung over an infant’s crib or worn around the neck. It is supposed to offer protection from the evil eye. It means the ‘sprig of rue’ and refers to the one of the most sacred Italian plants. The charm is made from silver and shaped as a rue sprig with 3 main branches. These symbolize the triple aspect of moon goddess (Diana Triformis) as a maiden, mother & crone. Several small charms hang on the tips of the branches, such as key that represents access to knowledge and power; fish that is symbolic of fertility and abundance; hand to fend off evil effect; flower for protection; and crescent moon representing the horns of God.


Symbol Code: SM000601     Symbol Name: Trihsula   (Category: God )

Trihsula(Deities and Lesser Gods): The Trihsula is a trident spear that is the emblem of the god Shiva. The weapon symbolizes empire and the irresistible force of transcendental reality.


Symbol Code: SM000609     Symbol Name: The Claddagh   (Category: God )

The Claddagh(Devotion): This romantic symbol is composed of two hands holding a crowned heart. The Claddagh symbol is used to show the bonds of love, friendship and loyalty. Some believe that the right hand of the symbol represents the father of Celtic Gods, called Dagda, while the left represents the mother goddess, Anu. The mystical, universal Celtic spirit Beathauile is believed to be the crown. The Christian version of this legend says that the crowned heart is a symbol of God the Father and the two hands are his son Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.


Symbol Code: SM000610     Symbol Name: Jain Om (Bijaskhara, Navokar/Navkar)   (Category: God )

Jain Om (Bijaskhara, Navokar/Navkar)(Devotion): This Jain Symbol is a modified version of the Hindu Om. The five parts that make up the symbol symbolize the five lines of the Namokar Mantra, a daily prayer whose recital by believers is a central part of the Jain religion. The Namokar (or, namkar) mantra honors the five Jain Panch Parmeshtis, or great entities.


Symbol Code: SM000611     Symbol Name: Lotus   (Category: God )

Lotus(Devotion): Buddhist's all over the world recognize this Lotus as signifying the holy seat of the Buddha. To the Chinese it symbolizes ultimate purity and perfection because it rises untainted and beautiful from the mud. Every part of the plant, from roots to petals can be put to good use and has medicinal properties. As such, the plant as a whole, conveys deep significance. Esoterically, it represents inward emptying and outward splendor and this conveys the true nature of reality according to the Buddhist philosophy.


Symbol Code: SM000612     Symbol Name: Firefly   (Category: God )

Firefly(Devotion): The symbolic meaning of the firefly of course deals with light, illumination and the like. Although an important focus, the issue of light is not the high feature behind the symbolic meaning of the firefly. Rather, it is the messages this wonderous creature gives us while her light is off may be most profound to our growth.


Symbol Code: SM000613     Symbol Name: Tilaka (Bindi)   (Category: God )

Tilaka (Bindi)(Devotion): A Bindi or tilaka (tilaka means red) is a symbol drawn with clay, ashes (vihuti), or sandalwood on the area in the center of the forehead (in the location of the Ajna chakra), as a mark of devotion to the Hindu deities.
The tilaka has a different design depending on which deity it honors- for example, a tilaka of three stripes and a dot is known as a tripundra (or tiryak pundra), and denotes a Shaivite, or follower of Shiva. A “u” shaped mark surrounding a bindu (dot) denotes a follower of Krishna.


Symbol Code: SM000813     Symbol Name: Dolphin   (Category: God )

Dolphin(Devotion): Along with speed, diligence and intelligence the Dolpin is also a messenger of love. This is partly due to its association with Delphi, which signifies the love embodied within the womb. Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, was said to take the form of the dolphin and was also known as the Woman of the Sea. When depicted on an anchor or pierced with a trident the Dolphin is a symbol of the church being guided by the love of Christ.


Symbol Code: SM000814     Symbol Name: Harp   (Category: God )

Harp(Devotion): The Harp is a symbol of love in the form of lyrical art, poetry, and music. The Harp shares mythical connections to the Celts representing the bridge of love connecting heaven and earth. In Norway and Iceland, Harpstrings formed a ladder symbolizing the ascent to higher states of love and pathways leading to paradise. King David played the Harp to the Lord to express his devotion and love.


Symbol Code: SM000839     Symbol Name: Wreath   (Category: God )

Wreath(Seeking God): Wreaths are symbolic of victory and reward granted to one who has excelled to the highest level of achievement. In ancient Rome, wreaths were made of laurel leaves or olive branches to name a few. The material in which they were constructed would depend upon the god, goddess or ceremony. Fortuna's wreath would have been woven with Narcissus blossoms to represent beauty, love, fertility and amorous attraction. Wreaths are also a feminine symbol as their curved semi-circle shape is reminiscent of the womb. These aspects all intertwine with Fortuna's role as both fertility goddess and fortune-caterer.


Symbol Code: SM000886     Symbol Name: Unification Church (“Moonies”)   (Category: God )

Unification Church (“Moonies”)(Nature of God): The symbol of the Unification Church of Sun Myung Moon (commonly referred to by the derogatory term “Moonies”), a group often accused of cult-like tendencies. According to church literature, the different parts of the symbol have various meanings:
“The center circle symbolizes God, truth, life, and light. Those four elements reach out or radiate from this origin to the whole cosmos in twelve directions. The number twelve indicates the twelve types of human character. Historically, the number twelve has been important in God’s dispensation; for example, Jesus had twelve disciples. The significance of the symbol, then, indicates that truth (the Principle) is able to spread out in twelve ways. According to Father, the structure of the heavenly kingdom is also patterned after this basic system; i.e., twelve tribes and twelve character types. The outer circle represents the harmony of giving and receiving action, the principle of the cosmos.”


Symbol Code: SM000901     Symbol Name: Common Native American Sun Symbol   (Category: GOD )

Common Native American Sun Symbol(Source of Light): This is one of the most common symbols among all Native American Indian tribes. You will note this particular sun design has seven rays. Each ray represents the seven energy centers within human beings, and also the development of each of these energy centers. This symbol identifies the healing arts, and represents a peace-loving person. It also signifies the transitional power behind an entity who is evolved enough to radiate internal light outward in the environment.


Symbol Code: SM001057     Symbol Name: Sunflowers   (Category: GOD )

Sunflowers(SUN WORSHIP): Obvious, right? The sunflower has long been associated with solar energy, and summer months because it's bright head looks like our own bright cosmic sun. What's more, the sunflower is physically drawn to the light of the sun. It moves its head to follow the rising and setting sun. This is a spiritual aphorism. Just as the sunflower follows the light, so too are our own spirits inclined to follow the light of the divine. We find our grandest spiritual growth by pointing ourselves in to the light, with our back against the darkness. Keep this in mind as you bring sunflowers to your summer solstice celebrations.


Symbol Code: SM001058     Symbol Name: Sun   (Category: GOD )

Sun(SUN WORSHIP): So much is dependent upon the existence of the sun, its symbolic meanings are endless. Primarily, the sun is a symbol of expansion, growth, energy, and creativity. When the sun shines upon your consciousness in a reading, pay attention to its position in the sky (setting, mid-day, or rising) as its position is also symbolic. Rising the sun is a symbol of new beginings, setting indicates and ending or transition and mid-day indicates going full force in creative endeavors.


Symbol Code: SM001113     Symbol Name: Moon Mayan Symbolism   (Category: GOD )

Moon Mayan Symbolism(MOON WORSHIP): This can produce a scapegoat for the primitive ego (and modern ego too). What am I getting at? Here's my point: Invading tribes, failed crops, terminal illnesses - these can easily be attributed to the moon(goddess) and the dark plans she weaves in shadow where no one can see or understand what she's doing, or why. As an old goddess - a hard-lined, fiendish-looking crone - Ixchel manipulates darker forces which explain the darker events of the Mayan culture. In this lunar light, Ixchel is still a transformer (as the moon is a Mayan symbol of transformation too), but she is also a justifier. The moon is symbolic of the unseen aspects of existence, and only an elderly goddess like Ixchel has the experience and wherewithal to see the shadows of life and manipulate them in a way to restore balance. War, famine, death - these are manifestations of Ixchel's manipulations "behind the scenes." Ixchel's crone aspect is also linked with her role as the tapestry-maker. She is weaving consequences behind the scenes because only she can see in the shadow, so only she can adequately connect cause with effect.


Symbol Code: SM001138     Symbol Name: Symbolic Sunflower   (Category: GOD )

Symbolic Sunflower(SUN WORSHIP): The sunflower moves itself in the most direct position in front of the sun so it can get the maximum sun rays. This is symbolic of spiritual faith, and worship because we follow our belief system as the sunflower moves to face the life-giving rays of the sun.
The sunflower is the Greek symbol of Clytie (a water nymph) who turns into a sunflower after grieving over the loss of her love (Apollo). The mythological symbolism here is that Clytie (in the form of a sunflower) is always facing the sun, looking for Apollo's chariot to return and she might be joined again with her love. The sunflower is also a symbol of Daphne (another Greek nymph).



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