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Symbol of the Day 11/28/2012

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1 Symbol of the Day 11/28/2012 on Tue Nov 27, 2012 4:53 am

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The Ankh is an old Egyptian symbol used in many applications, and mystery initiations and mystery schools. It is probably one of the oldest symbols that has been used by magick for a very long time. The Egyptians would say that is a symbol for eternal life the “Egyptian Book of Living and Dying” calls it the Key of Life. Some say that the loop at the top represents the sun, while the vertical bar represents masculine energy, and the horizontal represents feminine energy. When combines altogether they represent fertility, and magical power. No matter how you look at this symbol it is obvious that it has a common ground of meaning life everlasting. Many groups and cultures have embraced it as a sign of protection, even in death. It has been featured on many tombs and sarcophagus in ancient Egypt. Usually it is depicted with gold paint which is astrologically tied to the sun. Since Egyptian influence has grown far past its borders, the Ankh can be seen used in many applications across the world, particularly in mystery schools, and secret fraternities. The Rosicrucians have used this symbol even though its very use has been shrouded in mystery throughout the ages. You better believe that it is still used today to invoke the most powerful types of magic.

Pagansymbol.wordpress.com/2011/01/14/pagan-symbols-and-their-meaning/


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