Symbolism has been around for centuries and while compiling the website I just followed my heart and beliefs in the Almighty and after discovering all the symbolism decided to share with everyone

This is how I believe our maveric sovereign states should be guided by and our main creed in life should be do no harm

That being said the need for tedious laws will not be needed

Looking to the past for guidance and learning from those lessons is how maveric needs to be governed and by respecting the natural laws of the universe

I hope everyone finds a bit of wisdom here

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The Dalai Lama says

Remember sometimes not getting what you want is a stroke of luck

All Your Dreams & Desires Are Being Prepared For You
Be patient with yourself & with your dreams . . . enjoy the journey . . . enjoy the discoveries . . . celebrate all of magick of the serendipities and synchronicities that are hidden in plain view all around you just waiting for you notice them, this is the proof that yes, all of your dreams & desires are being prepared for you! ~ Presley Love ~

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The concept of maveric was based on these beliefs

Symbols are a physical thing that stands for an idea

One thing the armed forces and the Church have in common is a love of symbolism, and of insignia with symbolic importance.

This is true today and was ever so, and it was so particularly in the Middle Ages. It would hardly seem surprising, therefore if the Military Orders, who were at once soldiers and monks, should have developed various devices to identify themselves and to express or hint at what they stood for.

Rainbow Symbolism... Dream foundation

Rainbows speak directly to our heart and soul, filling us with awe and energies of liquid love pouring all around us. Rainbows bring the promise that the troubles of today will surely come to pass, hold strong in your faith and vision and the rainbow will bring fresh beginnings, and new prosperity.

The Rainbow is also an extraordinary symbol of following our heart's desire and purpose... to get to the end of the Rainbow is a symbol for the celebration of that fulfillment.

The end of the Rainbow signifies a pot of gold and the magic that surrounds your dreams coming true

Rainbow symbolism has such a powerful meaning to each of us and graciously bestows the energy of blessings.

The symbolism of a Rainbow intuitively tells us to hold onto hope, to believe beyond a shadow of a doubt that sacred blessings open to us when we are following our hearts desire.

And the symbol of the Rainbow tells us that we are guided to our hearts desire when we open to spirit to let it guide us.

Be true to yourself and your dreams and know that the Universe is conspiring on your behalf.

This also tells you that your intuition is keener than you might have imagined... it says "it's a sure sign to trust your vibes".

It is no coincidence to see a Rainbow... it is a such a "close encounter" with a powerful sign from Spirit. These close encounters tell us that Spirit is gently reminding us to stay on our path and not get distracted or be in a rush... and that the treasures of the rainbow are ours and will come in beautiful and unexpected forms... release expectations and embrace the gifts and beauty of the tender beauty of Nature and blessings from the Universe…

Sword Symbolism. Luongo foundation

the sword is a symbol of purification.

sacrifices physical bondage to release a path to ethereal (enlightened) freedom

swords cut away ignorance.
Deals with protection, righteousness, and justice. 


swords represent the realm of the mind, specifically the navigation of thought.

Just as the sword is wielded by its master, so too many thoughts be directed by conscious training of the mind.

An untrained mind (one that is inexperienced in wielding the power of thought) will face many challenges. 

As dream symbols, swords erect the following meanings from the psyche:


As a masculine principle, the sword is the:

The active force
The driving feature
The conquering element of existence

The sheath in which the sword is housed is considered the feminine principle representing:

The passive force
The protective feature
The nutritive/supportive element of existence

Sword making is an ancient and honorable craft which utilizes all the elements of the universe.

The element of fire (choleric)

Positive qualities: vigorousness, zeal, enthusiasm, courage, decisiveness, power of creativity, daring, sedulity...

Negative qualities: quarrelsomeness, irritability, urge to destroy everything, passion, immoderacy, jealousy, voraciousness, vindictiveness, violence, hate, anger, sudden ebullition...

The element of air (sanguine)

Positive qualities: vigilance, care-freedom, kind-heartedness, trusting nature, clarity, lightness, independency, dexterity, optimism, diligence, acuity, joy, smiling...

Negative qualities: lack of perseverance, dishonesty, gossipy, cunningness, backbiting, garrulousness, inconstancy, touchiness, prodigality...

The element of water (phlegmatic)

Positive qualities: understanding, placidity, mildness, trusting nature, devotion, mercy, forgiveness, modesty, compassion, fervour, pliancy, meditativeness, internalization...

Negative qualities: indifference, heartlessness, laziness, indolence, rigidity, lack of daring, lack of concern, unstableness, dejection...

The element of earth (melancholic)

Positive qualities: consistency, conscientiousness, perseverance, punctuality, caution, resistance, responsibility, carefulness, firmness, reliability, sobriety, ambition, respectfulness, matter-of-factness...

Negative qualities: stuffiness, superficiality, laziness, indifference, cumbersomeness, touchiness, lack of conscientiousness, irregularity, timidity, scornfulness...

All are involved with the birthing of the sword and as such we can incorporate symbolism of unity, balance, totality and creativity with the meaning of swords.

Whether you are looking for a symbol of strength or a symbol of balance it should be clear the sword encapsulates a myriad of meanings from which to choose.

Dragon | Millitary

To walk with the Dragon is to enter the Realm of Ancient High Magic.

Dragon is the preeminent symbol of protection and an ally from dangerous foe. 
Dragon is a fierce totem of Protection. If you are venturing into dangerous territory, a dangerous situation or encountering someone who wishes you harm... 

Dragon is the mythical creature to beckon.

Dragon will appear at your side and you will feel the depth of the protective energy of the Dragon surround you.

The Dragon is of great danger to those who are attempting to hurt or take advantage of the innocent.

Dragon ~ the Equalizer . . . 

Continuing with the energy of protection just touched upon, with the Dragon at your side you will feel confidence as never before, you will feel as the Dragon does... indomitable. The Dragon does not suffer fools, nor does he suffer the evil of lies, or derangement of the truth.

Dragon is the equalizer and will bring a force that makes adversaries ~ those with wrong intentions quiver and shake without knowing why. The intentions and deeds will be exposed for what they are with the almighty presence of the Dragon. 

It is of great importance to take the Dragon with you when you need the truth exposed, in a legal suit when someone is making false claims.

Absorb his energies, let him walk by your side and your opponents will be ready to surrender. . . and flee from the energy of danger the Dragon wears so very well.

Dragon has many mythical powers that compliment and contrast his protective energies, some of which may surprise you. Dragon is a symbol of hungering for new adventures, hidden realms and new conquests. 

As the Dragon ventures into these new territories and lands we discover new areas of the meaning and symbols of the Dragon.

Dragon knows well the ways of magic, alas because he has lived in the realm of magic for eons. He knows his way around the magical, the unexplainable, and the super and supra natural. Dragon is a master of magic, symbolizing the magic of the unseen, parallel dimensions. Perhaps you have glimpses and visions of something that can only be explained as magical

... dive deep into your senses and see if Dragon energy is near you at this time. 

We many times cannot see that possibilities abound. Dragon gives us the "eyes to see" those possibilities, and "the wisdom" to take advantage of them, and how to proceed.

Spiritually Dragon symbolizes success. If you summon the power of the Dragon, the dragon will give you the wisdom to be a success in whatever you choose to pursue.

Dragon brings the magical gifts of: 

all possibilities, 


clever pursuit of dreams.

Dragon brings the mystical energies of:

teleportation (passing through of boundaries ), 

spiritual sight ( to see past all illusions, 

until the truth is revealed ), 

manifestation ( to bring all that you imagine into reality ).

Dragon effortlessly brings the magic of: Magical Manifestation, Summoning of Dreams, Calling Upon The Universe For All Answers.... as this is his area of specialty. 

Iron Cross - Maltese Cross

Since man has had the capacity to understand religion, religious beliefs have played a large role in war and conflicts: from the crusades, through the American Revolution, World War II, Vietnam and present day Iraq, including every battle in between and those yet to come. 

Due to the impact religious beliefs have on military altercations it seems only natural that religious symbolism be used in military decoration of all types. With every battle being fought for "God and country" it is only logical that some of the most honorable military decorations and awards in the world contain religious symbols. The cross, though used in several variations, is the most widely used religious symbol in military decoration.

Of all the military crosses, the most famous is Germany's IRON CROSS. 

it had always been a glorious medal that represented bravery and heroism. 

a symbol of bravery and individualism

The eight points of the cross are believed to represent the eight vows the knights had to observe:

1) live in truth;
2) have faith;
3) repent of sins;
4) give proof of humility;
5) love justice;
6) be merciful;
7) be sincere and whole hearted;
8) endure persecution.

The iron cross was originally introduced in 1813 by Kaiser Frederic Wilhelm and designed by Karl Friedrich as a campaign medal awarded for acts of heroism, bravery and leadership.

The original iron cross consisted of a blackened iron core in the shape of the cross patt`ee, surrounded by a two-piece silver frame that is soldered together. 

a symbol of courage and freedom.

It should be worn proudly.


The Ouroboros | Health

Greek word meaning "tail devourer," and is one of the oldest mystical symbols in the world.

It can be perceived as enveloping itself, where the past (the tail) appears to disappear but really moves into an inner domain or reality, vanishing from view but still existing.

The ouroboros has several meanings interwoven into it.

This symbolizes the cyclic Nature of the Universe: creation out of destruction,

Life out of Death. The ouroboros eats its own tail to sustain its life, in an eternal cycle of renewal. It is sometimes depicted in a lemniscate shape (figure eight) as well.

In mythology, the Oroborus is a symbol representing the Milky Way galaxy.

Myth refers to a serpent of light residing in the heavens. The Milky Way is this serpent, and viewed at galactic central point near Sagittarius, this serpent eats its own tail.

Many ancients used the galaxy to calculate cosmic and earth cycles.

The Ouroboros appears in many other cultures and settings as well...the Serpent Jormungand of Norse legend, one of the three children of Loki and Angrboda, grew so large that it could encircle the world and grasp its tail in its teeth.

It guarded the Tree of Life, and is often depicted as an ouroboros.

The health emblem is set on an 8 pointed star and values as same as iron cross


The 8 Pointed Star

In ancient mythology, the 8-pointed star represents the God of the heaven.
This star is actually not a star at all, but the largest planet in our solar system, Jupiter.

The eight points symbolize
poverty of spirit;
desire of righteousness;
mercy; purity of heart;
the peacemaker;
suffering for the sake of righteousness;

The number 8, which arithmeticians call the first actual square, has been named by the Pythagorean Philo; laus- the name of geometrical harmony, because he thinks he recognizes in it all the harmonic relations.

You will find that in mathematics that the symbol of the infinity is represented by a 8 laid down.

It was the Pythagoreans who held that there are in man eight organs of knowledge;


Logo of Maveric money

Maveric Currency - M averics and Cents Image


Dodecahedron... Coin shape and Gems website

The Dodecahedron is the fourth in the series of the five Platonic Solid shapes. It contains 12 faces, 20 vertices and 30 edges.

Each of its faces are shaped in the form of a Pentagon

The Pentagram is a symbol of a star encased in a circle. Always with 5 points (one pointing upward), each has its own meaning. The upward point of the star is representative of the spirit. The other four points all represent an element; earth, air, fire, and water. All these things contibutite to life and are a part of each of us.

To wear a pentagram necklace or other form of jewelry, is to say you feel the connection with the elements and respect the earth.

The number 5

The number 5 has always been regarded as mystical and magical, yet essentially 'human'. We have five fingers/toes on each limb extremity.We commonly note five senses - sight, hearing, smell, touch and taste. We perceive five stages or initiations in our lives - eg. birth, adolescence, coitus, parenthood and death. (There are other numbers / initiations / stages / attributions).

The number 5 is associated with Mars. It signifies severity, conflict and harmony through conflict. In Christianity, five were the wounds of Christ on the cross. There are five pillars of the Muslim faith and five daily times of prayer.

Five were the virtues of the medieval knight - generosity, courtesy, chastity, chivalry and piety as symbolised in the pentagram device of Sir Gawain. 

The number 5 is prime. The simplest star - the pentagram - requires five lines to draw and it is unicursal; it is a continuous loop.

Human stars we are 

Expressing the saying Every man and every woman is a star, we can juxtapose Man on a pentagram with head and four limbs at the points and the genitalia exactly central. This is Man in microcosm, symbolising our place in the Macrocosm or universe and the Hermetic / Tantric philosophy of associativity as above, so below.

The Golden Proportion

The geometric proportions of the regular pentagram are those of the Golden Section. The Golden Proportion is one beloved of artists since Renaissance times and also to be found in post-Hellenic art and in the geomantic planning of Templar sites, being those proportions of a rectangle considered most pleasing to the eye. Here, the ratio of the lengths of the two sides is equal to the ratio of the longer side to the sum of the two sides. Or :

a/b = b/a+b = a+b/a+2b = a+2b/2a+3b = 2a+3b/3a+5b ....etc.

If a square is added to the long side of a golden rectangle, a larger golden rectangle is formed. Continuing this progression forms the basis for a nautilus spiral. The ratio of the distance between two points of a pentagram to its total width is in the golden proportion, as is the ratio of the height above the horizontal bar to that below, as is the ratio of a central part of a line to the outer part.

This ratio forms the foundation of the Fibonacci series of numbers 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, etc. where each number is formed by adding the previous two numbers. The Fibonacci series is much found in nature in the pattern arrangement of flower heads and leaves and many flower heads and fruits themselves exhibit a fivefold symmetry.
Protection against evil

The pentagram has long been believed to be a potent protection against evil, a symbol of conflict that shields the wearer and the home. The pentagram has five spiked wards and a womb shaped defensive, protective pentagon at the centre.

Five elements

Here are five elements, four of matter (earth, air, fire and water) and THE quintessential - spirit. These may be arrayed around the pentagrams points. The word quintessential derives from this fifth element - the spirit. Tracing a path around the pentagram, the elements are placed in order of density - spirit (or aether). fire, air, water, earth. Earth and fire are basal, fixed; air and water are free, flowing.

The single point upwards signifies the spirit ruling matter (mind ruling limbs); is a symbol of rightness. With two points up and one (spirit) downwards, subservient, the emphasis is on the carnal nature of Man.

Plato described the Dodecahedron as the shape, "... god used for arranging the constellations on the whole heaven".

Aristotle added a fifth element, “ether” and postulated that the heavens were made of this element.

The Dodecahedron represents the aspects of the Universe (Divine Creation) and is connected with the higher chakras (6th, 7th and above), which hold the energies of meditation, awareness, awakening, higher consciousness and Spiritual Ascension.

The shape of the Dodecahedron is linked to the Higher Self/Divine/All That Is

The energy held within the Dodecahedron will raise the holder/users vibration up to meet its own.

This allows for a state of connection to Higher Self/Source.

Due to its similarity in overall shape to the sphere the energy will be a gentle one, emanating from all sides in equal proportions.

the energies of Universal Love and Compassion.

The Dodecahedron is an expression of life and consciousness, allowing us to go beyond the physical vibrations of the body and to reconnect with the higher vibration of our true nature.
Platonic Solids

Platonic Solids are a set of five, three dimensional, shapes that date back to the Greek mathematician Pythagoras and later named after the Greek Philosopher Plato. The Tetrahedron, Cube, Octahedron, Dodecahedron and Icosahedron each have unique characteristics, in that all sides are equal, the angles are the same and the faces are identical.

It was the great Greek Philosopher, Plato, who paired each of the platonic solids with a classical element (fire, earth, water, air, and ethers/Universe). He believed that these three dimensional shapes were the building blocks to the creation of everything—in us, around us and beyond.

SS. Thunbderbolts

"Protection Squadron"
Symbolism of Lighting
Do you find it electrifying

lightning is a metaphor for human emotions such as:

Ignites our deeper selves.
bolts of energy can potentially tap into our most primal, basic emotions.
honesty, truth and morality.

Chinese wisdom designates the symbolic meaning of lightning with fertility. "The powerful lightning bolt clings to the cloud to turn it to rain. It opens the womb and soon there will be the birth of new life." This refers to the regenerative power of rain initiated by the lightning bolt. Rain of course is a prime agricultural requirement, so lightning was a blessing and an occasion for celebration in this culture. 

The Greeks also held lightning as a symbol of intuition and spiritual illumination. This concept deals with the union of fire and water. Two seemingly opposite elements join together to create a phenomenal interaction. .

Name: Sowilo, “sun.” Phoneme: S. Meaning: success, solace.

Tree Symbolism...

the mystical magic of trees. Beauty, Strength, Wisdom, Eternal Life ... these are but a few symbolic meanings of different trees".

Scroll down to see the list of trees and their symbols and meanings. 

What is the symbolism of a tree?... 
A tree is a symbol of antiquity and immense and enduring strength.

A general symbolic meaning of a tree can be interpreted as protection.

A widespread symbol of the tree is the tree of life, it's body rooted in earth with its crown dancing in the sky.

A tree is symbolic of nurturing energies if it is a fruit bearing tree.

Recovery from illness, ambition or wishes fulfilled, thing having to do with family, blessings of nature, good fortune, stability, shelter and security.

There are countless mythical qualities symbolized by trees, one beautiful meaning and symbol is the Tree of Life which gives us an idea of the symbolic significance of trees. The Vedic school of thought believed trees to be a sacred and primary form of living beings, possessing great knowledge and having witnessed the rise of civilization.

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Apple Tree...
~ Apple tree symbolism represent youth, happiness, being healthy, beauty and magic.

Ash Tree...
~ Ash symbolizes sacrifice, sensitivity and higher awareness.

Bamboo Tree...
~ The Bamboo stands for freedom of spirit, regeneration, renewal and flexibility.

Beech Tree...
~ Beech meaning includes tolerance, patience and lightness of spirit and words.

Bonsai Tree...
~ Bonsai convey the symbols of meditation, harmony, peace, order of thoughts, balance and all that is good.

Birch Tree...
~ Birch meanings include new beginnings and cleansing of the past and vision quests.

Cedar Tree...
~ Cedar trees symbolic meanings include healing, cleansing and rituals of protection.

Cherry Tree...
~ Awakenings and Rebirth are symbolized by the Cherry tree... the blooming of a Cherry tree is considered a sign of good fortune and is also a symbol of new romance, love and affection.

Copaiba Tree...
~ The Copaiba Balsam tree is a symbol for vitality and beauty.

Cypress Tree...
~ Cypress tree meaning includes understanding the role of sacrifice.

Elder Tree...
~ Elder tree symbolizes new life, renewal and the fairy realm.

Elm Tree...
~ Elm tree signifies inner strength and the realm of intuition.

Eucalyptus Tree...
~ The Eucalyptus tree is symbolic of wealth abundance and foretelling.

Fir Tree...
~ The fir has long been a symbol of springtime, fortitude and immortality.

Hazel Tree...
~ The Hazel renowned as Witch Hazel in ancient lore represents hidden wisdom, dousing and divination and possessing cleansing healing powers.

Heather Tree...
~ The Heather symbolizes healing from within, immortality, rites of passage
Holly Tree ~ Holly trees holds the meanings of protection, overcoming anger and the celebration of winter solstice.

Japanese Maple...
~ The Japanese Maple signifies great blessings and peaceful retreat.

Juniper Tree...
~ The Juniper is a fabled symbol of a great journey, having taken many twists and turns and being capable of staying true to yourself, never compromising your integrity.

Maple Tree...
~ Maple trees holds the wisdom of balance, promise and practical magic.

Oak Tree...
~ The mighty Oak is a symbol of courage and power, legend has it that it is the most powerful of all trees, the Mighty Oak stands strong through all things.

Olive Tree...
~ To extend an olive branch, means to try to repair a strain in a relationship, it also represents the symbols for reward, victory, strength, purification, fruitfulness and peace.

Alm Tree...
~ The Palm tree symbolism includes peace, bending yet not breaking, and opportunity to enrich the soul.

Pine Tree...
~ Pine tree signifies holiday celebrations, reaching for the stars and eternal life.

Redwood Tree...
~ The Redwood is a symbol of forever, it is a great teacher all you need do is sit under a Redwood and you will hear the whispers of ancient wisdom.

Sequoia Tree...
~ The Sequoia is an emblem for long life, for attaining your lofty dreams, stretching your limits and reaching to be the best you can be... to reach for the stars.

Wisteria Tree...
~ The Wisteria is a symbol of romance and the mysteries of a great and enduring love.

Willow Tree...
~ Willow tree symbolizes fulfilling wishes of the heart, learning from the past, inner vision and dreams.

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The tree of knowledge, connecting to heaven and the underworld, and the tree of life, connecting all forms of creation, are both forms of the world tree or cosmic tree, 

the tree of life is associated with wisdom: "[Wisdom] is a tree of life to them that lay hold upon her, and happy [is every one] that retaineth her."

The tree of life is associated with calmness: "A soothing tongue is a tree of life; but perverseness therein is a wound to the spirit.

In Chinese mythology, a carving of a Tree of Life depicts a phoenix and a dragon; the dragon often represents immortality. A Taoist story tells of a tree that produces a peach every three thousand years. The one who eats the fruit receives immortality.

tree of life and Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil and the Tree of Life represents the immaculate state of humanity free from corruption and Original Sin before the Fall. 

A distinction has been made between the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. The latter represents the physical world with its opposites, such as good and evil and light and dark. In a different context from the one above, the tree of life represents the spiritual realm, where this duality does not exist.


Horse Meaning

The horse spirit animal symbolizes personal drive, passion and appetite for freedom. Among all the spirit animals, it is one that shows a strong motivation that carries one through life. The meaning of the horse varies depending on whether this animal spirit guide is represented as wild, tamed, moving freely or constrained.

A driving force, what you thrive for or carries you in life
A secondary meaning for the horse spirit animal is the balance between instinctive and tamed part of your personality.
Strong emotions, passionate desires

The horse spirit animal, symbol of the appetite for life

Horse spirit animals are likely to represent your inner strength and driving force in life. A typical symbolism for the horse is one of an animal representing physical strength, vitality, but also our psychological or emotional ability to go on in life.

Depending on what this spirit animal means to you, it could symbolize your ability to overcome obstacles in life and pursue your goal no matter what may stand on your way.
Horse spirit animals, symbols for freedom of expression

Having a horse as a spirit animal points to how free you feel to express yourself in life. The horse is an animal that is domesticated by humans, but maintains a strong energy and drive of its own. As a power animal, it relates to your ability to express yourself freely and assertively in social environments such as work or school, or in closer circles of family and friends.

Horse spirit animals present life energy

According to psychologist Carl Jung, horses symbolize natural forces mastered by human beings. Just like we harness a horse to ride it or use its power, we can harness our own energy or nature’s to serve us and bring us further.

Horse Spirit Animal

A horse spirit animal, especially when it appears to you in a dream, is likely to represent your energy or drive to express your authentic self and succeed in life. This spirit animal could also be a reflection of how well you deal with your primitive desires and urges, whether you live with them in harmony or if they are difficult to control.

Symbolic Moon

This method of projecting light makes the moon a symbol of subtlety. Clarity, reflection, and indirect deduction are gained by passive means. Where the sun will boldly bear down its blaze upon a given philosophical subject - the moon softly enfolds our attention - illumining our psyche in a gossamer glow that is more open to esoteric impressions

"The moon does not fight. It attacks no one. It does not worry. It does not try to crush others. It keeps to its course, but by its very nature, it gently influences. What other body could pull an entire ocean from shore to shore? The moon is faithful to its nature and its power is never diminished."
~Ming-Dao Deng

Throughout nature we find a cavalcade of energetic counterparts: Light/Dark, Male/Female, Increase/Decrease, and the moon takes her place in the balance as the counter part to the sun.

The sun is symbolic of the fraternal (male, yang) aspect of guidance; and so logically the moon stoically stands as the maternal (female) influence

This gender association is a generalization, and (as with most symbolic meanings) there are departures. Moon symbolism in Native American tribes (Navajo, Eskimo, Pueblo come to mind), along with African, Japanese, Maori, Teutonic, Oceania, and Sumerian-Semitic groups refer to the moon as a masculine force.

More intriguing than gender, is the means by which the moon wields her force and influence. She is considered a luminary, but she produces no light of her own accord. She is reliant upon the sun's light to reflect (mirror) her image to our earthly eyes.

This method of projecting light makes the moon a symbol of subtlety. Clarity, reflection, and indirect deduction are gained by passive means. Where the sun will boldly bear down its blaze upon a given philosophical subject - the moon softly enfolds our attention - illumining our psyche in a gossamer glow that is more open to esoteric impressions.
Symbolic Moon Facts moon meanings

"The moon does not fight. It attacks no one. It does not worry. It does not try to crush others. It keeps to its course, but by its very nature, it gently influences. What other body could pull an entire ocean from shore to shore? The moon is faithful to its nature and its power is never diminished."
~Ming-Dao Deng

Some key words relating to symbolic moon facts include..

Astrologically speaking the moon is ruler of the sign of Cancer and governs the realm of intuitive thinking as well as emotions. The moon is a symbolic soul mate to water, and shares this affinity with Cancer as we learn Cancer's foundational element is water

Understandably, most nocturnal creatures are powerfully connected to moon symbolism.

the moon shares an association with water (and her influence over the tides) makes her matron of all sea creatures - specifically those with shell coverings.

Her domain doesn't stop at the sea however, because the moon is also queen of the night, her kingdom includes all nocturnal creatures too.

the horse possesses lunar symbolism in Celtic mythology .

Here are just a few lunar animals that dance to the rhythmic pull of the moon…

Toad and Frog

People with lunar energy are often defenders of children and are immortal matrons of childbirth.

is protector of women and animals. Also a symbol of female power and independence connections with magic, wisdom, writing, and hidden meanings 

Purity, peace, illumination, and perfection

Chinese goddess of purity, grace, kindness, selflessness and benevolence. She is believed to be a matron of childbirth, and is called upon for aid in conception as well as healing. She also protects transitioning souls and travelers.

As if the moon itself isn't cram-packed with celestial symbolism...the moon's motions are equally meaningful. The following illuminates moon phases are their respective symbolism

The phases of the moon serve as another glimpse into her intricate meanings.

Waning Moon:
Symbolic of letting go, surrender, release, quiet time, contemplation, and a time of incubation.

New Moons:
Symbolic of new beginnings, a fresh start, rebirth.

Waxing Moon:
Symbolic of growth, manifestation, attainment, gravidity (heavy with child - both philosophical and literal)

Full Moon:
Symbolic of the height of power, the peak of clarity, fullness and obtainment of desire.

"There is a side of the Moon which we never see, but that hidden half is as potent a factor in causing the ebb and flow of the Earth's tide as the part of the Moon which is visible.
~Max Heindel

Take the time to observe, quantify, research, and theorize about the moon for yourself. Connect with her many faces, and apply your findings to your own life experience. I guarantee the lunar depths you dive into will instill you with inspiration, expansion, and liberation. ,

Meaning of the word maveric according to ancient runes

M. Mannaz. Man ...devine union manifestation

A. Ansuz. God ...ancestors

V. Wunyo. Joy ...kinship heritage

E. Ehwaz. Horse ...relationships

R. Radio. Rhythm ...wheel solar chariot

I. Isa. Ice ...cosmic coherence

C. Kaunaz. Fire. ... knowledge


All Seeing Eye Image

The all-seeing eye, a symbol of divine omniscience or sinister influence has taken this pristine positive symbol to its increasingly malevolent use and implications.

The All-Seeing Eye: Modern Use of a Hijacked Symbol. For thousands of years the all-seeing eye was a symbol of the light, protection from evil, and a benevolent God watching over creation. It can also symbolise a person’s own inner divine spark and spiritual insight.

It is interesting to note that when a person is in a sitting meditation position the body forms a sort of triangle shape with their 3rd eye chakra near the apex.

When a person meditates they are silencing the dualistic mind and reaching a peaceful state of oneness or “single-eyedness” you could say, and gaining spiritual insight.

Overtime though, this symbol has been corrupted and co-opted into the opposite: evil power and control, big brother watching, an elite 1% separated from the majority of humanity at the top of their pyramid.

I believe we need to speak out and defend our freedoms against the dark agendas at play, including taking back the symbols of positive spirituality from the darkness that is corrupting them, and use them again in their rightful context.



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