Monday, April 15, 2013

The Sigil of the Cosmos

The Sigil of the Cosmos
This sign uses motifs from folk art depictions of the 'tree of life' to express core IndoEuropean Pagan concepts.

The Wheel is the sign of the Sky Powers, the turning, eternal order of the heavens. It is the sign of many sky gods, of the Thunderers, and of the Sun, Moon and Stars.

The Hall of Lugh is the pattern of the Great Hall of the Gods, the symbol of the quartering of the world, of the establishment of the Middle World.

The Spiral is the sign of the Underworld Powers, the flowing, unshaped potential of all being. It is the sign of the goddesses of waters, of the whirlpool, of the Deeps.

Together, these signs affirm the Order of the Worlds, a protection from ill and an affirmation of blessing.
Author - Ian Corrigan

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