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Sacred Symbols On Misery and Attachment
Symbol Code: SM000172     Symbol Name: Tricirculus Lineus   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Tricirculus LineusStalin believed the emblem to represent Mother Russia in its imperialist prime and erected great monuments in its form prior to WW2 across the country. But as the war came to an end and great poverty swept the nation, the statues became rallying points for the poor and starving, and thus the symbol came to mean misery, starvation and death.


Symbol Code: SM000173     Symbol Name: Heartagram (H.I.M.)   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Heartagram (H.I.M.)The Heartagram was originally created as a logo by the self described “Love Metal” band HIM. It combines a heart with a pentagram, and according to band members, represents the juxtaposition of love and hate/anger, or life and death. The symbol is sported as a tattoo by many HIM fans, including professional skater and “Jackass” stuntman Bam Margera.


Symbol Code: SM000174     Symbol Name: Celtic Cauldron   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Celtic CauldronThe cauldron was an important artifact in Celtic daily life, where it served as the hub of the home. It was used for most household cooking, as well as for bathing and carrying water, and was the finest object owned by most households. The cauldron was likewise central in Celtic religious practice, where it was used for divination and sacrificial rituals. The cauldron was an emblem of the domain of water, and beautifully designed cauldrons were frequently sacrificed to the gods of lakes and rivers. The ocean itself was at times conceived as a great cauldron.


Symbol Code: SM000175     Symbol Name: Anchor Cross (Crux Dissimulata)   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Anchor Cross (Crux Dissimulata)The Anchor Cross An early covert Christian symbol. It continues the symbolism of the ichthus, or “Jesus fish,” and represented the Church. It is one of several cross forms called dissimulata, meaning “dissimilar.” It is a symbol commonly found in the Christian catacombs. The sybol predates Christianity as a pagan symbol.
Today, the lower portion of the anchor represents Mary’s symbol, the crescent moon, surmounted by the cross of the son, Christ.


Symbol Code: SM000270     Symbol Name: Trinacria   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Trinacria(Misery and Misfortune): The Trinacria ( “Trincaria” means triangular), a three legged design resembling a triskele, is a symbol of the Isle of Sicily.” The three points represent the three capes of Sicily, also known as Trinacria in ancient times.
The gorgon in the center implies the protection of the Goddess Athena, the Patron Goddess of the Isle. (In early mythology, Medusa was the destructive aspect of Athena, and later, a monster slain by the hero Perseus, who adorned Athena’s shield.)


Symbol Code: SM000271     Symbol Name: Gorgon   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Gorgon(Misery and Misfortune): The Gorgon were legendary monsters of Greek myth, the three fearsome sisters Medusa, Euryale, and Sthenno, the daughters of sea monsters with fearsome teeth and hair of serpents.
The gorgon Medusa, whose gaze could turn the living to stone, was slain by the hero Perseus, who beheaded her using her reflection in Athena’s shield to avoid looking at her directly. Afterward, her head adorned the shield (Aegis) of the Goddess Athena. Some scholars believe that the Gorgon was once a facet of the goddess Athena herself, in her destructive solar aspect.
The Gorgon’s head is frequently seen in use as a protective device on ancient shields and talismans.


Symbol Code: SM000272     Symbol Name: Cimaruta   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Cimaruta(Misery and Misfortune): Cimaruta, in Italian, means “Sprig of Rue,” and the rue amulet is one of Italy’s oldest cultural objects. The amulets, which are made of silver, depict a rue sprig with various small symbols in its branches, most commonly keys, crescent moons, daggers, stars, and flowers. The cimaruta of today is evolved from ancient Etruscan amulets; historical uses are as protective charms against malevolent magic, witchcraft, and the evil eye, especially for infants.


Symbol Code: SM000273     Symbol Name: Binding Spell   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Binding Spell(Misery and Misfortune): A binding spell is a magical formula intended to “bind” or restrain a person’s will or behavior. Examples of binding spells include love spells, attempts to silence enemies, or any other magic intended to force or restrain the behavior or actions of another. As a form of sympathetic magic, many binding spells involve the use of knots, pins, or other symbolic restraints. In older spells, it is spirits or ghosts who are symbolically “bound” until they fulfill the demands of the spell caster.


Symbol Code: SM000274     Symbol Name: Tetraktys   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Tetraktys(Misery and Misfortune): This Tetraktys (from the Greek, tetras, four) is a triangular figure composed of the first ten points arranged in the shape of a pyramid. The tetraktys was devised by the Greek philosopher Pythagoras as a symbol of the Cosmos. It is composed of the integers one through ten, aligned in four rows (tetraktys means ‘fourfold).


Symbol Code: SM000416     Symbol Name: Luther’s Rose (Seal of Martin Luther, Lutheran Cross)   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Luther’s Rose (Seal of Martin Luther, Lutheran Cross)(Misery and Pain): Known commonly as Luther’s Rose, this symbol was devised as a personal seal by Martin Luther, the father of the Protestant Reformation and founder of the Lutheran Church, to symbolize his personal theological beliefs. It is now generally used to symbolize the Lutheran Church.
The first thing expressed in my seal is a cross, black, within the heart, to put me in mind that faith in Christ crucified saves us. “For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness.”
Now, although the cross is black, mortified, and intended to cause pain, yet it does not change the color of the heart, does not destroy nature — i.e., does not kill, but keeps alive.


Symbol Code: SM000417     Symbol Name: Sphinx   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Sphinx(Misery and Pain): In Greek tradition, it has the haunches of a lion, sometimes with the wings of a great bird, and the face of a human. It is mythicised as treacherous and merciless. Those who cannot answer its riddle suffer a fate typical in such mythological stories, as they are killed and eaten by this ravenous monster.


Symbol Code: SM000418     Symbol Name: Cross Fitchy (Cross fitchée)   (Category: Misery and Attachment )

Cross Fitchy (Cross fitchée)(Misery and Pain): The cross fitchy (from the French, “fixed”) originated as a cross with a pointed bottom, designed for use by traveling Crusaders, with a sharpened point that could be thrust into the ground.
Because its shape resembles a sword, it became an apt symbol of the Crusader’s faith, and their willingness to use force in its cause.



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