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All The Peace Symbols: From Olive Branches to Peace Signs

Gertrud von Le Fort once defined symbols as the “language of something invisible spoken in the visible world.”  Having struggled with finding and ...

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Two Golden Fish: A Tale of Prosperity, Balance, and Loyalty

A pair of golden fish (carp, usually) forms part of the Ashtamangala, an eight-piece suite of auspicious signs associated with Buddhism and other related ...

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The Wishbone: From Ancient Ritual to Modern Symbolism

The wishbone is a popular good luck symbol in the Western world and is a favorite custom at Thanksgiving dinner tables. Today, it’s a popular design for ...

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The Power of White: A Historical and Symbolic Exploration

White is the lightest of all colors and unlike others, it has no hue. It’s the color of chalk, milk and fresh snow and as the opposite of black, white ...

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Cimaruta: Exploring the Ancient Italian Amulet’s Rich Heritage

One of the very oldest existing amulets, the cimaruta is a Roman protective charm, featuring a sprig of rue with several apotropaic symbols to ward off ...

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Brown: A Color Rich in Meaning and Tradition

Brown is a color that’s all around us, found literally everywhere in nature – trees, animals, the soil. Perhaps this is why people associate the color so ...

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Alpha and Omega: Exploring the Ancient Symbols

The Alpha and Omega symbols, representing the beginning and the end, have transcended their linguistic roots to embody profound concepts across various ...

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The Labrys Symbol: Tracing its Roots and Cultural Impact

One of the oldest symbols of Greek civilization, the "labrys" or a double-headed axe has many religious and mythological connotations. The labrys continues ...

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Yellow: A Color of Joy, Caution, and Complexity

Yellow is the most luminous of all colors in the visible light spectrum. It catches our attention more than any other color. In nature, it’s the color of ...

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Orange: More Than Just a Color – A Symbolic Exploration

Orange, like green, is a color that’s commonly found in nature. It’s the color of vegetables, flowers, citrus fruits, fire and vivid sunsets and is the only ...

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