Symbolism in Art



THE CIRCLE.--The Circle is a picture of the Sun & as such is the womb of the earth and was the symbol of both WOMAN/WOMB & the

1. Infinite One. As it embraced all attributes it was the Monotheistic Symbol. Being the Monotheistic Symbol it was considered the

2. Most Sacred Symbol of all.

3. According to legend, the Sun was selected for this symbol because it was the most powerful object that came within the sight and        understanding of mankind at that time.

4. The circle having no beginning and no ending also symbolized:--everlasting, without end and infinity.  Before very long it is shown that the circle was being used to symbolize so many things that it became necessary to specialize the circle when using it as the Monotheistic Symbol of the Deity.

5. The Nagas made an addition by placing a dot in the center of the circle. Today this is the symbol for the sun, originally used to denote the Great Goddess.








1. Fig. 1. The Original Monotheistic Symbol of The Deity.

2. Fig. 2. A subsequent change made by the Nagas.  

3. Fig. 3. A subsequent change made by the Uighurs.

4. Fig. 4. Part of the headdress of some of the Egyptian gods.

5. Fig. 5. This generally appears as a red sphere on tops of pillars and monuments to the dead.

  The foregoing Suns are all the Monotheistic Symbol of the Deity and among the ancients was called Ra.  

I will now take some pictures of the Sun appearing in ancient writings as the celestial orb and not as

Ra the Monotheistic symbol.



1. Fig. A. Is an eight-ray'd Sun. This was Mu's symbol on her Royal Escutcheon. The name in the Motherland of the Sun as the celestial orb was--Kin. In Egypt the name was--Horus. In Greece--Apollo and in Babylonia--Belmarduk, et cetera.  

2. Fig. B. A Sun with rays all around it represented the Sun at the meridian in mid-heavens.  

3. Fig. C. A rising Sun with rays, half the orb above the horizon, was the symbol on the escutcheon of a colonial empire of Mu.  

4. Fig. D. A Sun with half the orb above the horizon without rays had a dual symbolization.

a. It was the symbol of the setting Sun.

b. It was also the symbol of a colony of Mu, before it became a colonial empire.

5. Fig. E. The Lands of the West in darkness. The three-pointed figure is Mu's numeral symbol as the Lands of the West. The Sun above without rays says that no light reaches Mu--she is in darkness. A vignette from the "Book of the Dead."  

6. Fig. F. The Sacrifice of Mu. The Lotus above is Mu's floral symbol; being shown withered and dying it symbolizes Mu as being dead. A rayless Sun stands between Mu and the altar; therefore Mu is dead in the region of darkness--on the altar as a sacrifice.

7. Fig. G. "Peaks only remain above the water." Mu is here depicted as being dead and in darkness with only points or peaks remaining above the water. Kin no longer shines upon her. Vignette from the Egyptian "Book of the Dead."











Figure. Two circles, symbolizing spirit and matter, are brought together in a sacred marriage.

1. When the circumference of one touches the centre of the other they generate the fish shape known as the vesica piscis or YONI (Goddess Uni from Universe)

2. The ratio of length to height of this shape is 265:153, and is known as the 'measure of the fish'. It is a powerful mathematical tool, being the nearest whole number approximation of the square root of three and the controlling ratio of the equilateral triangle.  

3. The center or vagina represents birth of the Light/life/the Christ within and the life cycle that perpetuates itself.  

a. Christ -- the true esoteric SAVIOUR -- is no man, but the DIVINE PRINCIPLE in every human being.

b. S/he who strives to resurrect the Spirit crucified within by their own terrestrial passions, and buried deep in the 'sepulchre' of sinful flesh;

c. s/he who has the strength to roll back the stone of matter from the door of their own inner sanctuary, s/he has the risen Christ within.

d. The 'Son of Man' is no child of the bond-woman -- flesh, but verily of the free-woman -- Spirit, the child of wo/man's own deeds, and the fruit of their own spiritual labour.

4. The eye of the fish represents the clitoris, the stimulant for enlightenment in women.


THE EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE.--The equilateral triangle has a dual significance, dependent upon where and how it is used. Its origin dates back as solving to primitive man the emersion of the three lands which formed the Land of Mu--the Lands of the West.


1. The Triune Goddess represents the ages of womanhood – Maiden, Mother, Crone whereon have been built the enormous number of Pantheons that have permeated all ages. The conception of a Triune Triple Goddess has been handed down from the beginning of religious teachings and still remains with us.  

2. An equilateral triangle symbolized the Creator, and, as the Creator dwells in Heaven, the triangle must necessarily symbolize heaven also; for, where the Lord is, there is Heaven.

 3. I find this verified among the Egyptian symbols, as the glyph shows. Here we find the Monotheistic Symbol of the Deity Goddess within the triangle-within Heaven.

4. At the time of Confucius, the Chinese Sage, about 500 B. C., in place of the triangle the Chinese used a glyph in the form of the present-day capital Y. This they called: "the Great Term," "the Great Unite,"

5. "the Great Y." "The Y is the shape of a female with two breasts at the top tapering into the birth canal.  

• All that has body and shape was made by that which has no shape.

• The Great Term or the Great Unite comprehends three--One in three-and three in One."


THE FOUR-SIDED SQUARE.--The Four-sided Square completes the trilogy of the first and original Sacred Symbols.

1. The square was selected as a conventional symbol of the earth for apparently two reasons:--

• To prevent it from being confounded with the Sun whose picture was a circle;

• and for the purpose of teaching to primitive humans the cardinal points North, South, East and West.

2. Being drawn as a square gave the earth "four corners" which were to be explained as teaching developed.

• Later the four corners became the positions of the "Four Great Pillars," one of the many names given to the Four Great Primary Forces which emanate from the Creator.

• These Forces first evolved law out of chaos and order out of darkness;

• then created the bodies of the Universe and all therein.

• They now continue and uphold the work that they have accomplished, hence the name of "Pillars" having been given to them.

3. The next step was to appoint keepers for the Pillars. These were known as the Geni – (Gentiles/genitelia/genes.

4. Apparently, when the meanings of the foregoing three symbols were learnt by primitive man, his next lesson was the compounding of these three symbols.



1. TRIANGLE WITH THREE STARS.--Fig 1. The triangle here symbolizes Heaven. The three stars within symbolize the three members of the Triune Godhead. The Triune Godhead dwells in Heaven.

2. TRIANGLE WITH FIVE STARS.--Fig 2. The triangle symbolizes Heaven. The five stars within symbolize the full Godhead of Five, namely, the Deity and his Four Great Primary or Creative Forces. The Deity with His Great Forces dwells in Heaven.



• This glyph is composed of the four sides representing the earth with the triangle or heaven resting above it.



• In this symbol there is an addition of three stars placed within the triangle, symbolizing that the Triune Godhead is in Heaven, above the Earth. This symbol is to be seen on the end wall of an end room of an ancient temple in Uxmal, Yucatan.

• This temple has been called "The Temple of Sacred Mysteries" because there is an inscription on a wall stating that the people came from Mu and brought the Sacred Mysteries with them. In the room where this symbol appears, the postulant received his second degree.

• The temple was built about 11,500 to 12,000 years ago as shown by an inscription on its walls which states, "that this temple was erected as a monument to Mu."



• As previously stated five stars symbolize the full Godhead of Five--The Universal Womb and the Four Great Primary Forces.

• This symbol is to be seen on the end of the wall of the opposite room to the one previously mentioned in the Temple of Sacred Mysteries at Uxmal.

• Here the postulant received his third degree, and was then prepared to enter the Holy of Holies.  

• Five is also the number of the Goddess (as is 13) and is represented by the pentagram.

The Sacred Symbols:--The circle, triangle, square and pentagon became the foundation of the wonderful geometrical. knowledge attained in Mu and thoroughly entwined religion with science.


SYMBOLS OF MORTALITY.--A short space above the lintel of the entrance to the sanctuary of the Temple of Sacred Mysteries at Uxmal, Yucatan, is a cornice that surrounds the whole edifice. On it are sculptured the symbols of mortality which are many times repeated. The emblems of mortality occupied a very prominent place in ancient religion. It was extensively used by the Mayas, Quiches, Egyptians, Buddhists, Hindus and Babylonians and was found in the writings and inscriptions of all ancient lands.

• The emblems of mortality were used in the ancient religious ceremonies to impress upon the postulant what our end would be and the end of all mortality,

• and with this end in view impress upon us constantly the necessity of living a life that would bring no terrors, but only good karma, when the soul releases itself from the body to pass into the world beyond.


The Egyptian was a reflex of the Maya/illusion, and the May teachings direct from the Motherland so that, from Egypt, we can get the original ceremonies with but immaterial changes.

• In the temple within the Great Pyramid was found in one of the chambers a sarcophagus with the emblems of mortality arranged alongside of it.

• The postulant was placed in the sarcophagus; here to be reminded that after the soul leaves the mortal body another life awaits. This ceremony persists with the Freemasons today.



The TAU (Ta-oo).--The Tau is not only one of the most interesting, but it is one of the most ancient symbols, as it is found repeatedly in the oldest writings of the Motherland. It is the symbol of both resurrection and emersion.

1. Emersion is really only a resurrection of land. I know of no country on the face of the earth today that has not been under water several times-thus each time it was immersed it was resurrected. The name today is as it was in the Motherland--Tau; it was Tau then and it is Tau today.

• It is one of the very few words that has persisted through all time without a change in any way.

• The name means "the stars which bring the water." Ta--stars, and ha--water. The Marquesans today pronounce it "Ta-ha" (the pure Motherland pronunciation).

• The Tau is the picture of the constellation, the Southern Cross, the most gorgeous group of stars appearing south of the equator.

• When the Southern Cross appeared at a certain angle over Mu, the rainy season commenced. The parched, dry land responded to the moisture from above.

• Leaves, flowers and fruit sprang forth upon tree and shrub. Seeds in the ground, that had been lying dead, germinated and sprang forth into life, enriching the land with golden grain.

2. Mu became the land of plenty. Life had been resurrected.

Fig. A: This is an example, showing how the Mayas often depicted the Tau as a tree, with two branches bearing flowers and fruit.



Fig. B: This vignette comes from the Troano MS. It describes the arrival of the rainy season in Mayax. The figures are symbolical.  I give now three cuts that show the Tau symbolizing emersion.

Sacred Writings: This is a vignette from the Sacred Inspired Writings symbolizing Mu as the land emerged.

Naga Vignette: Children of Mu leaving the Motherland by water, the Tau is Mu emerged. This is from a Hindu carving 2s,000 years old.

Naga Vignette: Children of Mu leaving the Motherland by air and water. The Tau is Mu emerged. This is from a Hindu carving 25,000 years old.


THE DOUBLE TRIANGLE.--A pair of triangles bound together at their base, thus forming a

1. double triangle, was the ancient symbol for an offering, and often appeared on the altar where offerings were made.

2. These altars were generally in the form of the Tau, or had a Tau carved on the face of the altar. The rain brought by the Tau made offerings possible. These offerings, generally, were in the form of flowers or fruit, or products from the fields.

Before the destruction of Mu, sacrifices were unknown. Sacrifice was a word coined to describe the awful destruction of the beloved Motherland.

• The general position in which the double triangle was placed was directly under the arms of the Tau, and in the ancient ritual these are supposed to say or read, "Place thine offering upon this altar."  



The symbols which were used in the religious teachings of early man are popularly known as the Sacred Symbols. When symbols were first used it was to concentrate the mind on the Infinite One, so that by keeping the eyes on the symbol no outside sights or sounds might call off attention from the object of worship. Humans were taught that the symbol itself was not to be worshipped; the symbol was only a picture to keep the mind from wandering.  There was only One Deity, but that One Deity had many attributes which looked after health and strength, rain and sunshine, crops; in fact, after the whole welfare of mankind.

In the beginning three symbols only were used. When these were understood, they were compounded and others added, and as time grew so did the number of symbols, also their complexity, until Egypt about 3,000 or 4,000 years ago, when there was such a riot of symbols scarcely one temple understood the meaning of half the symbols used in another. The three original symbols which I have referred to are: The Circle, The Equilateral Triangle and The Square.                                                                              MY THANKS TO -

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