The thing about languages is that you have to learn them. You learn the alphabet
and how to pronounce letters and words. It’s a difficult but essential skill. Can
you remember when in early years? The first thing that the brain registers however
are images, this process is not taught but instinctive, this is how we recognise
people and things. Images then are our fist language and the use of symbols are its
“What are you doing for others?”
Ironically i didn’t want to use a great deal of text in this blog, so here goes...
Some of the reasons why we see the same looking images over and over
The winged sun disk – a Rosicrucian symbol. The winged globe is the symbol of the
perfect soul making its flight back to its source creator. Therefor it is used in
organisations that are in the journey/transport business, This symbol pre-dates
the Egyptian empire but is generally synonymous with Egyptian imagery.
Pyramids, the classic symbol
If you have looked throughout my site, you can tell I have a love of languages and
The language of the symbol is probably the most relevant, as it is the first one
we learn and, throughout the ages they represent the same themes, some of which could
be quite deep.
The human psychology has been exposed too the language of symbols from day one.
Where ever you are born in the world, usually will decide what becomes your first
language. The way we phrase sentences and the adjectives we use, help us form a relationship
with the written and spoken word. But… where ever and when ever you were born, the
symbol remains a constant, non- geographical language of its own.
So is it worth studying?……You Bet!
Saturn has been worshipped since ancient times and by certain circles today.