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Christian Coptic Orthodox Cross in the hands of a priest, Axum, Ethiopia | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Photo by Anthony Pappone, photographer.

Christian Coptic Orthodox Cross in the hands of a priest, Axum, Ethiopia | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Photo by Anthony Pappone, photographer.

From the cover of the original Book of Zohar. Tree of life,  Etz haChayim (עץ החיים) in Hebrew, is a classic descriptive term for the central mystical symbol used in the Kabbalah of esoteric Judaism, also known as the 10 Sephirot. Its diagrammatic representation, arranged in 3 columns/pillars, derives from Christian and esoteric sources and is not known to the earlier Jewish tradition

From the cover of the original Book of Zohar. Tree of life, Etz haChayim (עץ החיים) in Hebrew, is a classic descriptive term for the central mystical symbol used in the Kabbalah of esoteric Judaism, also known as the 10 Sephirot. Its diagrammatic representation, arranged in 3 columns/pillars, derives from Christian and esoteric sources and is not known to the earlier Jewish tradition

VesicaWell before Christianity, the fish symbol was known as "the Great Mother," a pointed oval sign, the "vesica piscis" or Vessel of the Fish. "Fish" and "womb" were synonymous terms in ancient Greek,"delphos." Its link to fertility, birth, feminine sexuality and the natural force of women was acknowledged also by the Celts, as well as pagan cultures throughout northern Europe.

VesicaWell before Christianity, the fish symbol was known as "the Great Mother," a pointed oval sign, the "vesica piscis" or Vessel of the Fish. "Fish" and "womb" were synonymous terms in ancient Greek,"delphos." Its link to fertility, birth, feminine sexuality and the natural force of women was acknowledged also by the Celts, as well as pagan cultures throughout northern Europe.

Carved marble at the Jain Adinatha Temple, Ranakpur, India. Photographer unknown. Searched & the closest image I found was this linked image by Fabian in 2008. via fabian-f on flickr. Anyone??

Carved marble at the Jain Adinatha Temple, Ranakpur, India. Photographer unknown. Searched & the closest image I found was this linked image by Fabian in 2008. via fabian-f on flickr. Anyone??

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