Spirals Worldwide, Ancient and Modern
China, Norway, Finland, Australia, etc.
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ANCIENT & GLOBAL SIGNIFICANCE OF SPIRALS
The Spiral, which is the oldest symbol known to be used in spiritual practices, reflects the universal pattern of growth and evolution. The spiral represents the goddess, the womb, fertility and life force energy. Reflected in the natural world, the Spiral is found in human physiology, plants, minerals, animals, energy patterns, weather, growth and death. The Spiral is a sacred symbol that reminds us of our evolving journey in life. When used as a personal talisman, the Spiral helps consciousness to accept the turnings and changes of life as it evolves. The acceptance of change is one of the greatest freedoms a human can experience, putting consciousness in the present moment where the power of creation is condensed. On a larger scale, using this symbol assures all beings are reminded of their inward and outward evolution, a balanced and centered state of mind. On water, it carries the power to flow and change.
Source: http://www.thespiritofwater.com/SacredSymbolUses.htm The image is a contemporary rendition of the original ancient symbol accurately re-created and re-imagined for its powerful essence by Shara Gardner & Mera Bleu.
The Spiral’s global significance:
Celtic – eternity, goddess
Roman/Greek – the oneness of the soul
Aborigines – all things that are glorious
Islamic – holy things that cannot be written (e.g. names of gods and goddess)
African cultures – womb, great mother and goddess
Orient – the beginning of all life where the gods come from
India – the one female sexuality (fibornacci sequence)
Native Americans – all energy, great spirit, all consciousness
Hopi Indians – all living things
Mayan – the seasons, the circle of all life, the solstice
Polynesians – immortality
2010 CROP CIRCLE LOCATIONS (VARIOUS REPRESENTATIONS OF THE SPIRAL)