Throughout time, practitioners of the ancient Religion of the Sun used specific symbols to incorporate the message of their spiritual practice into their lives and culture, and to convey and carry this message all over the world.
A new resource has just been added to The Spiritual Sun featuring many of these ancient symbols, their meaning, and some examples of how and where they have been used throughout time.
This resource is a work in progress, featuring only a few symbols to start with, but more will be added in the near future and updates will be posted whenever new symbols make it to the page.
So far the page features four symbols to start with:
~ The three rings symbol, which is a symbol representing the source of all creation, the three primary forces and the cosmic Trinity of Father-Mother-Son/Christ.
~ The astronomical sun symbol, which is actually an ancient symbol of the sun corresponding to the two inner rings of the symbol above — the union of Mother (outer ring) and Father (inner ring).
~ The infinity symbol, which is a symbol of the equinoxes, and which represents the cycling nature of the cosmos and of life.
~ And the double spiral symbol, which tracks the sun’s journey through solstices and equinoxes, and which represents the cosmological relationship between the sun and the earth.
These symbols and a full explanation of their meaning can be found here: