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  • A celtic symbol of some sort I think
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      Do you have a link pointing to the symbol?
  • would be happy to tell ya if you would post the symbol!
  • It's Prince!!!!
  • is that a symbol for wicca or some type of witch craft
  • how about leaving a comment when giving negative answers.
  • The Celtic Knot is one of the best known motifs in Celtic jewelry and art. The delicate twists and turns are found in ancient stone art and tattoos, in illuminated manuscripts- in fact, just about anywhere the Celtic people have travelled. Similar designs exist in Norse culture, and as far as China. While there are many Celtic symbol guides available, especially those that list every variation of celtic knot, many of the purported meanings of the symbols are usually simply made up (most often to sell trinkets and jewelry). The one you have shown has a spiral entwined in it. The spiral is probably the oldest symbol of human spirituality. http://altreligion.about.com/library/glossary/symbols/blcelticsymbols.htm
  • It is a Yantra, ritual symbol of Tantra form of worship. The triangle (TRIKONA) is the symbol of SHAKTI, the feminine energy or aspect of Creation. The triangle pointing down represents the YONI, the feminine sexual organ and the symbol of the supreme source of the Universe, and when the triangle is pointing upwards it signifies intense spiritual aspiration, the sublimation of one's nature into the most subtle planes and the element of fire (AGNI TATTVA). The fire is always oriented upwards, thus the correlation with the upward triangle - SHIVA KONA. On the other hand, the downward pointing triangle signifies the element of water which always tends to flown and occupy the lowest possible position. This triangle is known as SHAKTI KONA. The intersection of two geometric forms (lines, triangles, circles, etc.) represents forces that are even more intense than those generated by the simple forms. http://www.truthstar.com/yantra/symbolsofyantras.asp What is the difference between Tantra and black magic? A major aspect of Tantra is based on mantras, yantras and mandalas and even here there are different categories. We do not need to talk about mantras; we know how they work and what they represent. But it has been seen that whenever a spiritual aspirant goes deep into the sadhana of mantras, the vibrations pacify the external agitations of the mind. Once the agitations, the vrittis, are pacified, then a new perception and energy of mind develops which is powerful. With that force it becomes possible to transmit thoughts and feelings, to transmit healing energies, even to transmit an image of a person. http://www.yogamag.net/archives/1996/2mar96/tantric.shtml Yantra meditation: The act of drawing and painting yantras teaches the mind how to concentrate, how to be one-pointed. To some people this practice of painting yantras is fascinating and absorbing, while others might not find it as interesting as doing calligraphy or singing, but creating a yantra can yield a valuable lesson. Yantra drawing requires accuracy, exactness, discipline, concentration, neatness and patience. The geometrical forms of the yantra activate the right hemisphere, which is visual and nonverbal. A circle is an extension of a point. With the radius of desire, the point draws a circle around itself and expands. However, the circle also creates an individual consciousness out of cosmic consciousness. After the point and the circle the triangle is the simplest yantra form. Upward triangles draw the attention up and away from the world. In this way, yantras have a grammar of their own - see table on the left. http://www.sanatansociety.org/yoga_and_meditation/yantra_meditation.htm http://www.experiencefestival.com/yantras http://www.kheper.net/topics/Tantra/Tantra.htm
  • Can anyone identify this thing?
  • Could be a warning sign for cyst disease?
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