The Sigil of the Cosmos

This particular sign incorporates folk art elements, such as representations of the tree of life, to symbolize the core Indo-European notions. The wheel is a symbol of Sky Powers, representing both the turning and the eternal order of the skies. The Thunderers’ sky gods, gods of the sun, moon, and stars, are all represented in this sign. The pattern of the Great Hall of the Gods, symbolic of the quartering of the World of the Middle World’s enterprise, is represented by the Hall of Lugh. The Spiral represents the underworld of powers, as well as the flowing and unformed potential of all beings. This is the sign of the goddesses of the whirlpools and deeps’ seas. When put together, they represent the order of the worlds, health protection, and a declaration of blessing.

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