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Sekhmet – Egyptian Lioness Goddess

In Ancient Egypt, Sekhmet was a multifaceted and remarkable deity, depicted mostly as a lioness. She was one of the first deities of Egyptian mythology and ...

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Chaos Star – What Does It Mean and Where Did It Originate?

The chaos star can be distinguished by its eight points connected at the center and the equidistant arrows that point in every direction. It's a symbol ...

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What is Mezuzah? – Symbolism and Significance

The mezuzah (or mezuza) is a symbolic object of the Jewish faith. It’s a rectangular case affixed at a tilt next to a doorway. Here’s a look at what this ...

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Star of David Symbol – Origins and Meanings

The Star of David, also called Magen David (Hebrew for Shield of David) is often considered the most recognizable symbol of the Jewish people, culture and ...

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Hades – God of the Dead and King of the Underworld

Hades is the Greek god of the dead as well as the king of the underworld. He is so well known that his name is used synonymously with the underworld and you ...

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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 ...

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The Real Meaning Behind The Chinese Yin-Yang Symbol

As the most enduring and influential Taoist symbol, the yin and yang (or simply yin-yang) is recognized almost anywhere in the world. Still, as is true with ...

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Sphinx – What Is This Symbol All About?

One of the most enduring symbols of ancient Egypt and Greece, the sphinx is a mythical creature that has intrigued and inspired human imagination for ...

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What Is The Caduceus Symbol? — History and Meaning

Known as the symbol of medicine, the Caduceus depicts the image of two serpents wrapped around a staff with wings. It might seem ironical that destructive ...

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Kokopelli – What Does This Symbol Mean?

Kokopelli is an interesting symbol, featuring a hunchbacked flute player. The first images of Kokopelli appeared on Hohokam pottery over 1000 years ago. ...

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Oya – The African Goddess of Weather

In Yoruba religion, Oya was the goddess of weather, known to be one of the most powerful deities in Africa. She was also a strong and brave warrior who was ...

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Osiris – Egyptian God of Life, Death and Resurrection

In Egyptian mythology, Osiris was the god of fertility, life, agriculture, death and resurrection. Osiris’ name meant powerful or mighty, and according to ...

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