The Witch’s knot is a common symbol in folk magic. The witch’s knot is a symbolic representation of the knot magic practiced by witches in the middle ages, and was used as a sympathetic charm against witchcraft, and usually scratched over doorways of homes and stables. One aspect of its efficacy as a protective charm lay in the ability to draw the complicated symbol in one continuous motion. (symboldictionary.net)
The Mysterious Worldwide UFO Coins The 17th century French copper coin“Is it supposed to be a UFO of some sort, or a symbolic representation of the Biblical Ezekiel’s wheel? After 50 years of searching, I’ve heard of only one other example of it, and nothing to explain the unusual design.” Dating back to 1680, this mysterious coin appears to be another example of the first
Chains are a symbolic representation the salary is acceptable and important services. A cock is a bird of great courage in battle; therefore it is a sign of hero, one who fought with courage and perseverance. The crescent moon is a symbol of hope to greater honor. A sign for the second son.
Sand Ceremony Symbolism It represents the individual lives of the bride and groom. They have retained their unique identities and personalities. Yet, it is virtually impossible to define the exact point where one layer ends and the next begins -- the grains of sand can never be separated. Strong and beautiful representation of the "two becoming one" concept that has resonated with couples all over the world. YES
This badge is a symbolic representation of a police officer. Police officers often the traits of a hero; they are brave, the protect the public often with cost to themselves. Police officers risk their lives for the safety of the public.
The Native American Medicine Wheel is a symbolic representation of the seven sacred paths of human transformation. Though many of us look at life from a linear perspective, the medicine wheel teaches us that we are all part of a sacred circle and we may be experiencing life on several paths simultaneously. Enlightenment is not a linear process, nor is it a final destination. It is an ongoing, circular journey providing tests and challenges along the way...