Just a quick update: over the last few days The Spiritual Sun website has gotten a fresh new look, with a beautiful new banner, site colors, and fonts.
Dara Hayes, the designer of the new look, explained the thought behind it as follows:
“The updated site design reflects the warmth and colors of the sun, and the earth covered in the sun’s light. In the banner are several sites from ancient cultures which practiced the Religion of the Sun and built monuments aligned to the solstices and equinoxes. Whether it’s the Moai statues of Easter Island which face the setting equinox sun and look like representations of ancient wisdom bringers, or the Glastonbury Tor which is topped by the sun on the winter solstice, or the use of common solar symbols like the spiral etched into the ground at Nazca in Peru, there are so many varied expressions of sun worship which date back to ancient cultures and so the banner shows a few examples of those.”
Many thanks to Dara for the beautiful design, and also to David and Jordan, and everyone else involved, for helping to implement the new look!