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Sacred Symbols On Past Birth and Reincarnation
Symbol Code: SM000559     Symbol Name: Cherubim (Kerubim, Kerubs)   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

Cherubim (Kerubim, Kerubs)(Incarnation): The Cherubim were originally the ancient protectors of the Mesopotamian Tree of Life. They were often depicted supporting the thrones of deities and kings.They are closely related to (and often identical to) the sphinx.
In the Judeo-Christian tradition, they are the four vast, winged creatures described in the visions of Ezekiel, each winged creature bearing four faces: a lion, a bull, eagle, and human head.
In later Christian tradition, the four Cherubim (tetramorphs) are associated with the four evangelists of the New Testament.


Symbol Code: SM000560     Symbol Name: Hotei (Ho Ti, Laughing Buddha, Maitreya)   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

Hotei (Ho Ti, Laughing Buddha, Maitreya)(Incarnation): A typical Taoist image of Hotei, one of the seven Japanese “gods of good fortune” (Shichi Fukujin). He is usually depicted as a smiling Buddhist monk, often with a fan and a sack of gifts or gold bars. A patron of children and the less fortunate, Hote is often pictured surrounded by laughing children. Figures of Ho Ti are often kept as good luck charms. Hotei is often thought to be a representation of Chinese Buddhist teacher Budaishi, and as Budaishi was believed by devotees to be the incarnation of Matreiya, the “future Buddha” who is to come, Hotei is often considered synonymous with Maitreya. It is there fore not uncommon (although confusing) to find Hotei figures referred to as “Buddhas.”


Symbol Code: SM000561     Symbol Name: Jain Hand (Ahimsa, Abhaya Mudra)   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

Jain Hand (Ahimsa, Abhaya Mudra)(Incarnation): The emblem of the Jain religion, symbolizing its main tenet, the doctrine of nonviolence. The hand is in the position of the abhaya or “no fear” mudra, a gesture-symbol shared with Hinduism and Buddhism. The wheel in the center of the palm is the wheel of Samsara (or dharmachakra); the word in the center of the wheel reads ahimsa, “stop.”
Together, they represent the halting of the cycle of reincarnation through the practice of Jain asceticism, the avoidance of harm to any living creature.


Symbol Code: SM000562     Symbol Name: Celtic Animal Symbols: Birds   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

Celtic Animal Symbols: Birds(Incarnation): The Raven ravenBecause of their dark coloring and gruesome dietary habits, ravens were emblems war and death, and sacred to the gods and goddesses of the battlefield, most notably the warrior-god Bran and the war-goddess Morrigan. The raven acted as psychopomp, tasked with escorting the souls of the dead into the Otherworld. The ravens were sometimes viewed as the reincarnation of slain warriors and heroes.


Symbol Code: SM000640     Symbol Name: Wheel of Law   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

Wheel of Law(Reincarnation): It is drawn from an Indian symbol, but instead of representing Samsara, or endless rebirth, it symbolizes overcoming obstacles. The Dharma wheel is one of the eight Ashtamangala, or auspicious symbols of Tibetan Buddhism. Sometimes, the wheel is flanked by deer, which refer to the deer park in which the Buddha is said to have given his first sermon.


Symbol Code: SM000641     Symbol Name: Crane Fly   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

Crane Fly(Reincarnation): Crane flies are creatures of both air and water. Air in esoteric symbolism deals with thought, and water symbolism speaks to us about emotion. When these or other insects of their ilk come into our awareness it suggests a fitful, but sometimes whimsical juxtaposition between our analytical mind and our dreamy-type emotions.


Symbol Code: SM000665     Symbol Name: SESA WO SUBAN   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

SESA WO SUBAN"Change or transform your character "

symbol of life transformation

This symbol combines two separate adinkra symbols, the "Morning Star" which can mean a new start to the day, placed inside the wheel, representing rotation or independent movement.


Symbol Code: SM000666     Symbol Name: Symbol of Life   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

Symbol of Life(Past Lives and Rebirth) :The Symbol of Life in the Man in the Maze symbol depicts a human figure at the entrance of a maze that has only one path. The Man in the Maze life symbol depicts the path of life and all that it entails such as happiness, sadness, successes etc. The Man in the Maze design symbolizes experiences and choices we make in our journey through life. The center of the life symbol is your goal in life. There is a dream at the center and you reach the dream when you get to the middle of the maze. Upon reaching the center of the maze you have one final opportunity (the last turn in the symbol) to look back at your choices and path, before the Sun God greets you, blesses you and passes you into the next world. The “Man in the maze,” is an emblem of the Tohono O’odham Nation of Southern Arizona who were formerly known as the Papago Indians.


Symbol Code: SM000667     Symbol Name: Four Ages of Man   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

Four Ages of Man(Past Lives and Rebirth): The meaning of the Four Ages of Man symbol signifies the milestones in a person's life. Their birth and infancy, their youth and adolescence, their maturity in Middle Age and their wisdom in their old age. A Sioux Indian legend recounts that the buffalo represents the universe and the four directions. Because they stand on four legs, they represent the four ages of man. Each buffalo with a severed leg represents one of the ages of man has passed. When the buffalo loses all his legs and all of his hair an end time will come and water will cover the Earth.


Symbol Code: SM000668     Symbol Name: Fertility Symbol   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

Fertility Symbol(Rebirth): The most commonly recognised Fertility symbol depicts a supernatural figure called Kokopelli. Kokopelli is a fertility deity of some Southwest Native American cultures. Kokopelli is usually depicted as a hunchbacked, dancing flute player but Kokopelli can also be depicted with a large phallus the sign that has always symbolized fertility.


Symbol Code: SM000908     Symbol Name: Point in Circle (Solstices, circumpunct)   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

Point in Circle (Solstices, circumpunct)(Future Worlds and Rebirth): The point within the circle is another of the many geometric symbols used in Freemasonry. It is also one of the more complex and interesting. The emblem is a very old one, a solar-phallic symbol used in ancient Egypt to represent the eternal nature of the sun god Ra. The lines which enclose the circle call to mind the akhet, the ancient ‘gate’ of the sun, a symbol of rebirth and resurrection.


Symbol Code: SM001056     Symbol Name: Fire   (Category: Past Birth and Reincarnation )

Fire(REBIRTH): The element of fire is most obvious and common symbol of the summer solstice because of its affiliation with the warmth of the sun. Fire is symbolic of passion, creativity, creation, rebirth, renewal, action and clarity. It's also a masculine element. Mentally incorporate the element of fire in your meditations and ruminations this summer season to intensify your experience with these attributes.



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