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#1 Ludikrus

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Posted 11 August 2015 - 04:43 PM

Ancient Symbols

 

Extensive list on symbols and their meanings.  There is no search feature, but the categories are many!

 

From Ancient Egyptian symbols to Native American symbols and more, we also have a section on Sacred Geometry which is becoming more and more popular in our day and age. Sacred Geometry is basically about geometrical shapes and patterns which have a sacred meaning, these shapes and symbols were very popular in ancient times. All forms of life in Nature such as plants, sea shells, or snowflakes have sacred geometry in their design, and are good examples of sacred geometry in our everyday world. 

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#2 Forster Woods

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Posted 12 August 2015 - 03:54 PM

Does it have the Muffler man?

 

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#3 Jesse Jimmie

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Posted 22 June 2016 - 01:44 PM

Does it have the Muffler man?

 

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:D

 

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Posted 20 July 2016 - 12:35 PM

:smiley-laughing024:

 

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Do chemistry element symbols count?

 

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Posted 23 December 2016 - 06:34 PM

Exploring ancient symbols leads one into the realm of the natural and how super it can be. Omens and auspices interpreted by the augur and set in symbolic stone...
 
In ancient Rome, Auctoritas referred to the general level of prestige a person had in Roman society, and, as a consequence, his clout, influence, and ability to rally support around his will. Auctoritas was not merely political, however; it had a numinous content and symbolized the mysterious “power of command” of heroic Roman figures.  http://en.wikipedia....ritas_principis
 
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Roman augurs were part of a collegium of priests who shared the duties and responsibilities of the position. At the foundation of the Republic in 510 BC, the patricians held sole claim to this office.

 

Augury sought the divine will regarding any proposed course of action which might affect Rome’s pax, fortuna and salus (peace, good fortune and wellbeing).[2] Political, military and civil actions were sanctioned by augury, historically performed by priests of the college of augurs and by haruspices on behalf of senior magistrates.

 

According to Cicero, the auctoritas of ius augurum included the right to adjourn and overturn the process of law: consular election could be – and was – rendered invalid by inaugural error. For Cicero, this made the augur the most powerful authority in the Republic.

 

In ancient Rome the auguria were considered to be in equilibrium with the sacra (“sacred things” or “rites”) and were not the only way by which the gods made their will known. The augures publici (public augurs) concerned themselves only with matters related to the state.

 

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