About Us

Symbol Sage was established in 2019 to provide objective and well-researched information on symbology, mythology, history, and the metaphysical. Since then, it has grown to become one of the leading online platforms in this field, and has been cited in numerous publications, including BBC, Bustle, the List, Huffington Post, the BBC, and Wikipedia among others. 

Our team of writers and editors are experts in the topics they cover, and are committed to providing high quality articles that have been thoroughly researched, fact-checked, and written in an engaging and accessible manner. 

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Meet The Team

Jhonfrank Sánchez is a Venezuelan writer and Literature major interested in studying ancient civilizations, history, symbolism, and how they have shaped modern thought. As a researcher, he has specialized in Greek mythology, a field of investigation that he confesses has always stimulated his passion for learning. In his free time, Jhonfrank enjoys coming back to the classics, as well as reading mystery short stories, and poetry.

Tommy Jones

After twenty years in ministry, Tommy is sharing his insights on the intersection of religion, history and culture with a wider audience. Tommy has a Batchelor of Arts in History, and a Master of Divinity in Christian Ministry. He blogs irregularly about mid-life, marriage and parenting at suburbanhomesickblues .com. Tommy lives along Colorado’s Front Range with his wife, four kids, dog, guinea pig and houseplants.

With a keen interest in understanding why life was and is as it is, Rose has been studying religion, culture, and history for over fifteen years. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication and uses this, together with her knack for literature, to share her knowledge and insightwith the world.

Yordan Zhelyazkov is a published fantasy author and an experienced copywriter. While he has degrees in both Creative Writing and Marketing, much of his research and work are focused on history and mythology. He’s been working in the field for years and has amassed a great deal of knowledge on Norse, Greek, Egyptian, Mesoamerican, Japanese mythology, and others. His input on a lot of historic periods and events has been invaluable for the Symbol Sage team. 

Marrisse Asuncion

Marrisse is a Social Science major who has mastered the art of researching: from something as interesting as ancient symbols and cultures to something as trivial as what shows currently dominate Netflix and HBO Max. She also works as a Product Manager, where she gets to put her love for behavioral research and human psychology to good use. She is a coffee addict who loves spending time in her garden and watching true crime documentaries during her free time.

Sebastián F. Maydana holds a PhD in History from the University of Buenos Aires, and is an assistant teacher at the Institute of Ancient Near Eastern History (UBA). His main interests are early Egyptian mythology and visual culture, especially petroglyphs and other forms of art. He has participated in fieldwork done at Wadi Abu Subeira (Aswan, Eastern Desert of Egypt) by the Wadi Abu Subeira Rock Art Project. Sebastián is also interested in the different forms in which myths and symbols from the past are received and repurposed by our modern-age societies, for instance in film and science fiction.

Megan has a Bachelor’s in Education with a focus on social studies, and has forever loved studying all things history. She particularly enjoys mythology and ancient folklore; as illustrated by her book collection and podcast favorites, most of which concern Greek mythology. When not researching symbols and myths she enjoys writing true crime novels, running, and gardening.

After completing her post-grad in Values, Ethics and Indian Culture, Apsara is sharing her knowledge of symbolism, mythology, history and culture through her blogs. Apsara lives in India and believes in getting a first-hand understanding of culture through travelling.

Nemanja Đukić is a teacher of rhetoric and international humanitarian law and a writer specializing in History and Politics. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in International Relations at the University of Montenegro and completed his master’s studies at the Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary where he studied diplomacy. He specializes in politics and diplomacy but enjoys researching history and how it reflects on political changes and outcomes, especially when it comes to indigenous cultures and the phenomenon of colonialism. 

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