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Interpretation Of The Logo
- To either the boundary of the figure.
- An interior and an exterior.
- Associated with the number three.
- Pointing upwards, it symbolizes fire, male power.
Circle With A Dot In The Center
- Represents the sun.
- The dot in the center symbolizes the blending of male and female forces.
- The alchemical symbol for gold.
- A universal symbol of or cosmic unity, the wheel of life, evolution.
- It symbolizes unity, movement, the sun, the zodiac, reincarnation, and earth’s cycles of renewal.
- This Sun Wheel became a magical amulet to the Celtic Gauls or Gaels in Europe.
- A universal symbol of the sun, mystical rebirth, resurrection and immortality.
- Die in its self-made flames periodically then rise again out of its own ashes.
- Linked to the worship of the fiery sun and sun gods such as Mexico’s Quetzalcoatl.
- In ancient India and Tibet, it represented perfection, dualism, and unity between male and female.
- In the occult tarot it’s linked to magic and represents equilibrium or the balance of various forces.
- In modern times, it became a secular mathematical symbol for infinity in numbers, time or space (eternity).
Fleur de Lis
- Also called Lily of France, it was first an adaptation of the Gaulish lily representing the Virgin Juno.
- Among goddess worshippers, it apparently had several meanings, including the Triple Goddess the Wiccan moon goddess.
- Part of the emblem of where I was born.
- Pagan Symbol – Trickster.
- Is keeper of magic, teacher and creator.
- He denotes both folly and wisdom and the balance of the two.
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