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Sacred Symbols On True Love
Symbol Code: SM000038     Symbol Name: Heart   (Category: True Love )

HeartLikely the most common symbol for love and certainly the most recognizable is the Heart symbol. Magicians and Alchemists used the Heart symbols for incantations pertaining to matters related to love and romance. They were also used in rituals with a goal to stengthen relationships. The Heart has long been recognized across cultures as being a symbol for charity, joy and compassion. Also an emblem of truth, the "Sacred Heart" of Christ is also the focus of Roman Catholic worship as a symbol of the Lord's love. As a graphic representation of an inverted triangle, this symbolizes a vessel in which love is poured or carried.


Symbol Code: SM000046     Symbol Name: The ankh   (Category: True Love )

The ankh(Passion): The ankh is an ancient Egyptian symbol representing life, and it´s been joined to a heart to indicate that love is a an important part in life, just like passion and changes are (fire).


Symbol Code: SM000146     Symbol Name: Maple Leaf   (Category: True Love )

Maple LeafIn China and Japan the Maple Leaf is an emblem of lovers. North American settlers used to place the Maple leaves at the foot of their beds to ward off demons and encourage sexual pleasure as well as peaceful sleep. Also in the North American region, the stork can be observed weaving Maple branches in nests - as such, the Maple became a symbol of the love found in welcoming a new child in the home. Just as the sweet rich sap produces Maple syrup so too does the Maple leaves serve as a love symbols as they depict the sweetness and wonder of love in every day life.


Symbol Code: SM000147     Symbol Name: Rose   (Category: True Love )

RoseThe perfect love symbol because they represent all things sensual, sacred, pure and romantic. In ancient Greece and Rome the rose was sacred to Aphrodite (Venus) and was her emblem of beauty - it was said to grow from the blood of Adonis. In the Western traditions the Rose is a symbol of passion, desire, voluptuousness, and physical perfection. The Rose is also a common symbol of eternal life and resurrection. The Rose is also connected to the goddess Hecate, Dionysus and the three Graces.


Symbol Code: SM000148     Symbol Name: Shell   (Category: True Love )

ShellBecause of its hard casing, the Shell is a protective image - protecting life (sheltering pearls) and also symbolizes the protective quality love sometimes takes. In Roman mythology, Venus, the goddess of love, was said to be created from the foam carried ashore atop a scallop shell. The Hindu goddess Lakshmi was said to also be created from the grit and pearls within the shell. Also in Hinduism the conch shell is symbolic because it awakens the heart of the faithful and calls to those who live with heart-filled love.


Symbol Code: SM000149     Symbol Name: Triangle   (Category: True Love )

TriangleIn Ancient Egypt the Triangle was seen as a symbol of intelligence and indicated the capacity for love. The triangle is a prime element of the Buddhist Shri Yantra mandala encourages the invocation of love energy to achieve ascended states of consciousness and union with the divine. The Triangle also deals with the love represented in the mother, father, child union as well as the holy trinity. As mentioned earlier, as a graphic representation of an inverted triangle, it symbolizes a vessel in which love is poured or carried.


Symbol Code: SM000176     Symbol Name: Claddagh   (Category: True Love )

Claddagh(Passion): The Irish Claddagh Symbol is named for the Irish coastal town of Claddagh (pronounced “clawh-dah”), where the ring design is attributed to an ancient local legend. The now famous tale, about a townsman kidnapped into slavery, who returns to present a ring to his true love, is one of the most popular romantic tales of Ireland. Despite the romantic story, Claddagh rings are a traditional token of loyalty and friendship as well as romantic love.


Symbol Code: SM000221     Symbol Name: Golden Fishes (Suvarna Matsya)   (Category: True Love )

Golden Fishes (Suvarna Matsya)The golden fishes are one of the eight auspicious signs in Buddhist iconography, wherein they represent joy, freedom, and fearlessness. In Vedic (Hindu) tradition, the fish is the first incarnation of the god Vishnu, two fishes together symbolized the sacred Ganges and Yamuna rivers, and later, the twin channels of ida and pingala, through which pranic energy moves through the body. In Chinese folk belief, a pair of fish are considered a lucky gift for married couples.


Symbol Code: SM000222     Symbol Name: Parasol   (Category: True Love )

ParasolBuddhist, one of the ashtamangala (“eight auspicious signs,” symbolizing the eight-fold paths of Buddhism. The canopy symbolizes preservation and protection of the dharma against suffering and sorrow. The parasol is an ancient emblem of wealth and status, patterned after the decorative canopies which have been traditionally used to protect and cover royalty. The parasol can also be viewed as a sort of axis mundi, a symbolic tree of life, and can be likened to the sacred Bodhi tree.


Symbol Code: SM000223     Symbol Name: Dove   (Category: True Love )

DoveLong admired for being a symbol of peace, the Dove is also a messenger of deep symbolic love. Slavic legend states that upon dying, the soul is transformed into a Dove which wings its way into the loving heavens. In Hinduism the Dove is an emblem of spirit, and the inifinite capacity the spirit has for love. In Greco-Roman mythology, the dove was a sacred creature to Aphrodite/Venus. Ancient Jewish practices permitted the Dove to be sacrificed as a love gift which signified the purification of a new mother after childbirth. In the West, the Dove (as well as turtledoves) symbolize love and are frequently seen in wedding traditions.


Symbol Code: SM000224     Symbol Name: Ladybug   (Category: True Love )

LadybugPerhaps best known as an emblem of luck, the Ladybug is a love symbol too. Asian traditions hold to the belief that if caught and then released, the Ladybug will faithfully fly to your true love and whisper your name in his/her ear. Upon hearing the Ladybug's message your true love will hurry his/her way to your side. Ancient farmers of the land have considered the Ladybug a good omen as she controls aphid populations. The number of spots on a Ladybug's back is said to indicate the number of months to pass before the wish for love comes true.


Symbol Code: SM001061     Symbol Name: Animal Love Symbolism   (Category: True Love )

Animal Love Symbolism(COMPASSION): Love symbol meanings come in many forms. Many times certain animals come into our lives with a message of love. These special animals serve as love symbols or icons and convey messages specific to compassion, ardor, passion and tenderness.
Pay close attention to animals that visit your days. They may be trying to send you a love message!



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