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History and Facts of Valentine’s Day

Every February 14th is Valentine’s Day, and people celebrate it worldwide by exchanging gifts, such as greeting cards (best-known as valentines) or ...

Four Leaf Clover Symbolism and Good Luck Meaning

The four-leaf clover is a universally recognized symbol for good luck. Nowadays, it’s mostly associated with St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and Elon Musk’s ...

Infinity Symbol – Origins, Significance and Meaning

The infinity symbol, also called the eternity symbol or the forever symbol, is a highly recognizable image, but where did it come from and why was this ...

Valknut Symbol – Norse Enigmatic Symbol

The Valknut is a recognizable yet somewhat enigmatic symbol. This ancient Norse and Germanic sign goes so far back that archeologists and historians don’t ...

Awen – Origins and Symbolism

The Awen is an important symbol in Celtic culture, as a symbol of creativity, imagination, and aesthetic sensibility. Awen means essence or poetic ...

Vegvisir Symbol – Origins and History

The Vegvisir (pronounced VEGG-vee-seer) is an ancient Norse symbol that is believed to provide safety for those who are embarking on a long voyage. The ...

Seal of Solomon – Symbolism, Meaning and Importance

The Seal of Solomon, also known as the Ring of Solomon, is believed to have been a magical seal owned by King Solomon of Israel. The symbol has its roots in ...

7 Common Motherhood Symbols and Their Meaning

Symbols referring to different aspects of womanhood, specifically motherhood, have been in use since ancient times.  These motherhood symbols carry ...

Types of Crosses and What They Mean (Video explanation)

Cross symbols have existed for thousands of years, signifying different things for the cultures in which they were valued. The oldest religious symbol is ...

Unalome Meaning and Symbolism (Real Meaning)

A seemingly simple design, the Unalome is complex and layered in its symbolism. The symbol is becoming extremely popular as a tattoo or for use in jewelry, ...

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