The Sacred Spiral

The spiral is a global symbol for development and progress. The spiral is a symbol of infinity and continuation. In nature, the spiral appears frequently. It’s a symbol that stands for purity, rebirth, and eternity. The sacred spiral is an energetic symbol that symbolizes energy. In reality, looking at pure energy under a microscope reveals … Read more

Equal Armed Cross

When the Greek Cross is discovered in ancient cultures prior to Christianity, it is known as the Equal-Armed Cross, also known as the square cross, the balanced cross, and the peaceful cross. The sacred emblem of the equal-armed cross was well-known. It’s commonly said to represent the four seasons, four winds, four elements, or some … Read more

Christian Cross 

The Christian cross is the most well-known religious emblem of Christianity, as it represents the instrument of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion. It is connected to the crucifix (a cross with a three-dimensional portrayal of Jesus’ body) as well as the larger cross symbol family. The cross-shaped sign, which is represented in its simplest form by a … Read more

The Cat 

Ancient Egyptians revered cats, which were known as the Mau. Cats were considered sacred and vital in ancient Egyptian society. Cats were effective for controlling vermin in Egyptian crops and harvests as a wild, untamed species; via exposure, cats became domesticated and learnt to interact with people. People in what would later be known as … Read more


A cross with an image of Jesus’ body dangling from it. It is most commonly found in Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, and Eastern Orthodox churches (when the image is painted), and it highlights Christ’s sacrifice — his crucifixion death. The cross is still revered now, just as it was in the past.


The goddess, feminine power, and the sun are all represented by this ancient and global symbol of oneness, sacredness, wholeness, infinity, the goddess, female strength, and the sun. It represents the feminine spirit or energy, the cosmos or a spiritualized Mother Earth, and a sacred area to earth-centered religions throughout history as well as many … Read more

The Celtic Trinity knot

‘Triquetra’ is another name for the Celtic Trinity knot. The Celts regarded the triquetra as sacred. The meaning of the Trinity Celtic emblem has many diverse interpretations. Celtic Trinity knot is related with or recognized as the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, according to early Christians. Those who practice paganism consider the trinity knot as … Read more


A goddess is a female god or goddesses. Goddesses are associated with Earth, maternity, love, and the home in various cultures. Goddesses also preside over battle, death, and devastation in various civilizations, as well as healing. The Goddess represents the universe’s healing, creative, and life-giving powers. The goddess is both the spirit of Earth and … Read more


Symbol of inexhaustible life. The gods are frequently depicted holding an ankh to someone’s lips, which is thought to be a gift of “The Breath of Life.” You’ll need this breath in the hereafter.The Ankh appears frequently in Egyptian tomb paintings and other art, commonly at the fingertips of a god or goddess in pictures … Read more