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  • See also:
    • Archaeoastronomy
      • Archaeoastronomy, together with ethnoastronomy and related disciplines, seeks to measure a culture's interest in celestial matters by investigating its astral lore, sacred rituals, calendrical systems, and architectural structures. With ever increasing knowledge about the belief-systems of ancient and aboriginal cultures, it has become obvious that celestial matters played a central role in their intellectual life and cultural institutions. Veneration of the most prominent celestial bodies is well attested already at the dawn of history in Mesopotamia and Egypt. Much the same belief-system is apparent in Mesoamerica, where the observation and worship of the various planets formed a virtual obsession. [44]
    • Constellations


"And lest thou lift up thine eyes unto heaven, and when thou seest the sun, and the moon, and the stars, even all the host of heaven, shouldest be driven to worship them, and serve them, which the LORD thy God hath divided unto all nations under the whole heaven." - Deuteronomy 4:19 (KJV)

The Birth of Idolatry: Sun Worship (Main Article)

  • "The adoration of the sun was one of the earliest and most natural forms of religious expression. Complex modern theologies are merely involvement's and amplifications of this simple ... belief. The primitive mind, recognizing the beneficent power of the solar orb, adored it as the proxy of the Supreme Deity ... Among all the nations of antiquity, altars, mounds, and temples were dedicated to the worship of the orb of day ... The Tower of Babel ... was probably an astronomical observatory ... The sun, as supreme among the celestial bodies to the astronomers of antiquity, was assigned to the highest of the gods and became symbolic of the supreme authority of the Creator Himself ... Yellow is his color and his power is without end ... The sun thus became a Bull in Taurus and was worshipped as such by the Egyptians under the name of Apis, and by the Assyrians as Bel, Baal, or Bul. In Leo, the sun became a Lion-slayer, Hercules, and an Archer in Sagittarius. In Pices the Fishes, he was a fish -- Dagon, or Vishnu, the fish-god of the Philistines and Hindoos." The Secret Teachings of All Ages, by Manly P. Hall, 33° Freemason, p. XLIX [45]
  • See also:

Egyptian sun symbolism

  • Various notes:
    • "The Egyptians had different names for the sun in its different stages: The sun was called "Atum" at dusk, "Osiris" at night, "Khepri" at dawn and "Ra" at noon." [46], [47]

Masonic sun symbolism

Catholic sun symbolism

Christian sun symbolism

Sun logos

Sun logos with radiating rays:

Sun logos as an orb:

Sun logos as an astrological sign:

Sun in U.S. State seals:

Sun in name

  • Corporations with the word Sun (or its semantic variations) in their name:

Sun gear

  • In Masonic organizations:

  • In Nazism:

  • In Communism:

  • In Zionism:

  • Various:

Sun flag

  • Various notes:
    • Note that many flags of nations prominently display a central pentagram star as an abstracted reference to Sun symbolism, instead of a direct/clearer Sun reference.

Sun gate

  • Various note:
    • See also: Occult symbolism: Arch
    • See also: Georgia Guidestones. At the unveiling of the monument, a local minister proclaimed that he believed the monument was "for sun worshipers, for cult worship and for devil worship". (Wikipedia)
  • Sun gate symbolism in logos:


  • Various note:
    • Several plants were sacred to the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Hindus because of the peculiar effect which the sun exerted over them. As it is difficult for man to look upon the face of the sun without being blinded by the light, those plants which turned and deliberately faced the solar orb were considered typical of very highly advanced souls. Since the sun was regarded as the personification of the Supreme Deity, those forms of life over which it exercised marked influence were venerated as being sacred to Divinity. The sunflower, because of its plainly perceptible affinity for the sun, was given high rank among sacred plants. [49]
  • SunFlower Logo


  • The torch is known as a meaning illumination, enlightenment, and other concepts. The burst looks like the sun as sun worship is common among Secret orders and the Mystery Schools. [50]
  • Also see: Lucifer, Daduchos
  • Non-logo torches:

  • This torch sits above the underpass bridge in Paris France, where Princess Diana was killed on August 31 1997.
  • The Eternal Flame is used on the graves of prominent assassinated world leaders

  • Torch logo's:


  • Various notes:
    • "The rooster is a universal Sun solar symbol because its crowing announces the dawn. In India, it is the attribute of Skandha, personification of solar energy. In Japan, its crowing, associated with the songs of the gods, lured Amaterasu, Goddess of the Sun, out of the cave where she had been hiding, corresponding to the manifestation of Light." ... "In Greek tradition Velchanos the Cretan rooster-god was assimilated to Zeus. A rooster was standing beside Leto, pregnant by Zeus, when she gave birth to Apollo and Artemis. Thus the rooster is dedicated to solar gods as well as to lunar goddesses. Moreover, the rooster is the specific attribute of Apollo. A rooster was ritually sacrificed to Asclepios, son of Apollo and god of medicine, because the bird heralded the soul of the dead that it was to guide to the Otherworld. Asclepios is also the god who, by his healing powers, brought the dead back to life on earth. This is precisely the reason why the rooster was also the emblem of Attis, the oriental Sun-God, who died and came to life again. This also explains why the rooster is attributed to Hermes, the messenger who travels the three levels of the cosmos. The rooster, along with the hound and the horse, is among the animals offered in sacrifice in the funeral rites of the ancient Germans. In Norse traditions, the rooster is symbol of soldierly vigilance, posted on the topmost branches of the ash Yggdrasil to warn the gods when the giants, their foes, are preparing to attack. When the bird is set on church spires, it assumes the role of protector and guardian of life. It is also an emblem of Christ, like the eagle and the lamb, symbol of Light and resurrection. In the Book of Job, the rooster is the symbol of God-given intelligence while the ibis is the symbol of wisdom. The Talmud makes the rooster a master of courtesy because it heralds his Lord the Sun with its crowing. In Islam, the rooster enjoys a particular veneration. The Prophet himself asserts that the white rooster is his friend because it announces the presence of the Angel. Moreover, the Prophet is said to prohibit cursing the rooster, which calls to prayer." [51]
    • "The rooster is a frequent motif in Maltese idioms: the bird itself is most commonly described as prideful (mkabbar bih innifsu) and arrogant (ġellied)" [52]
    • In Voodoo the rooster is one of the favorite animals of both Ogun & Papa Legba. [53]
  • Nergal
    • The word Ner-Gal divides into two parts: "Ner" signifies light, or luminary, etc., and "gal" signifies to roll, revolve, a revolution, a circuit, the two together implies the revolving or returning light. If this be truly descriptive of Nergal, there is nothing improbable in considering the rooster as allusive to it, since the vigilance of the rooster is well known, and that he gives due notice of the very earliest reappearance of light, morning after morning. There are different senses in which light may be taken, besides its reference to natural light: 1) Deliverance from any singular danger, or distress. Esther 8:6. 2) Posterity; a son, or successor. 1 Kings 11:36; 2 Chron. 21:7. 3) Resurrection, or something very like it. Job 33:28, 30; Psalm 97:11." (...) "NERGAL, the name of a solar deity in Babylonia, the main seat of whose cult was at Kutha or Cuthah, represented by the mound of Tell-Ibrahim. The importance of Kutha as a religious and at one time also as a political centre led to his surviving the tendency to concentrate the various sun-cults of Babylonia in Shamash (q.v.). He becomes, however, the representative of a certain phase only of the sun and not of the sun as a whole. Portrayed in hymns and myths as a god of war and pestilence, there can be little doubt that Nergal represents the sun of noontime [8] and of the summer solstice which brings destruction to mankind." [54]

Winged Sun

Wings of Horus

  • Various notes:
    • See also: Bird symbolism.

  • Company logo's:


Various sun symbolism

Black Sun

  • In the sky is a black sun, another symbol of an esoteric significance. Hermetic traditions teach the existence of two suns, an invisible and etheric one made of pure “philosophical gold” and the material one, the only one the profane can perceive, known as the Black Sun. [55]
  • Suns in alchemy
    • There is a persistent belief in alchemic and hermetic tradition in the existence of two suns: a hidden one of pure "philosophical gold," consisting of the essential Fire conjoined with aether, and the apparent one of profane "material gold." The "dark, consuming fire" of the material sun leads to its being called the "Dark" or "Black Sun."
    • Sol niger (black sun) can also refer to the result of the first stage of the magnum opus in alchemy, the nigredo (blackening). The complete magnum opus (Great Work) ends with the production of gold. The magnum opus can also be understood in a mystic way.
  • To research: This symbol is probably used by the Jesuits due to it's prophetical importance. It is one of the astronomical signs that will appear during the opening of the sixth seal in the Bible Revelations. This is prophesized 3 times in:
Joel 2:30-31
"And I will shew wonders in the heavens and in the earth, blood, and fire, and pillars of smoke. The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and terrible day of the LORD come."
Mat 24:29
"Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken"
Rev 6:12
And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood;
  • Examples of inactive/dead suns: Sol Invictus, Saturn?
    • See also The Lucifer Project: The study and feasibility of creating a sustainable fusion reaction from an initial fission reaction on Saturn with Plutonium
  • Other possible examples of invisible suns: Milky Way Galactic Center sun?
    • See also the false gravitational/un-electric mainstream astronomy notion of the Black hole. This probably should be described as a "Dark star" object (or region of objects).
  • Check any relations with the Masonic Expression "Black Balled"

  • Logo's:

  • Non-logo's:
  • Nazi black sun:
    • "Heinrich Himmler had reorganized the SS as a black-magic Order of Knights (Order of the Silver Star, see also: Argenteum Astrum) after the pattern of the Jesuits or even the Illuminati order. The SS had taken over some very special magic rites from the freemasons, but some rituals were taken straight from the Knights Templar. SS members wore carefully designed black uniforms featuring an old magic symbol - silver skulls. The symbols were also found on magic rings. This was suggested by Himmler's personal magician, the SS Brigadenfuhrer Karl Maria Wiligut (1866-1946), who was also known under the alias K. M. Weisthor (Nicholas Goodrick- Clarke, "The Occult Roots of Nazism", St Petersburg, 1993, p. 197). In 1924-1927, Wiligut had been treated in a mental hospital in Salzburg. The double S, or sun runes, resembled two lightning bolts. The leadership demanded very high standards of its members. SS officially stood for 'Schutzstaffeln' (guard corps), but the real meaning was Schwarze Sonne - the black sun. Himmler was the grand master. The SS headquarters were at Wewelsburg castle in Westphalia (north-western Germany), which Himmler bought as a ruin in 1934 and rebuilt the next 11 years at a cost of 13 million marks and turned into a temple for his SS cult." - from "Architects of Deception" (p. 427), Juri Lina






The tree of Gnosis[43]
  • The Worship of Saturn
    • The Babylonians called Saturn “the Star of Tammuz.” [56]
      • A few peoples through consecutive planetary ages kept fidelity to the ancient Saturn, or Kronos, or Brahma, whose age was previous to that of Jupiter. Thus the Scythians were called Umman-Manda by the Chaldeans—"People of Manda"—and Manda is the name of Saturn. The Phoenicians regarded El-Saturn as their chief deity; Eusebius informs us that El, a name used also in the Bible as a name for God, was the name of Saturn. In Persia Saturn was known as Kevan or Kaivan . The different names for God in the Bible reflect the process of going through the many ages in which one planet superseded another and was again superseded by the next one in the celestial war. El was the name of Saturn; Adonis of the Syrians, the bewailed deity, was also, like Osiris, the planet Saturn; but in the period of the contest between the two major planets, Jupiter and Saturn, the apellative of the dual gods became Adonai, which means “my lords” ; then, with the victory of Jupiter, it came to be applied to him alone. [57]
  • Saturnalia, the annual Roman sacrifice event:
    • Related names: Saturnia
    • Temple of Saturn
    • Saturday = Saturn's day: named in honour of the Roman god "Saturn".
    • "Saturnalia was the feast at which the Romans commemorated the dedication of the temple of the god Saturn, which took place on 17 December. Over the years, it expanded to a whole week, up to 23 December. In the vagaring Roman calendar the Winter Solstice fell in this period; in imperial times that event was celebrated in honour of Sol Invictus and put on 25 December by emperor Aurelian in 274, so after the Saturnalia."
    • "SATURN wandered to Italy, where he ruled as king in the Golden Age and gave the name SATURNIA to the country." (Encyclopedia Britannica)
    • "The holiday of Saturnalia is now known as Christmas (Christ + Mass). Which is why I don't observe it." [58]




Saturn in words:



  • Mars company brands:




Earth moon

  • Various notes:
    • See also:
    • Lunar mythology:
      • Lunar deity
      • Category:Lunar goddesses
        • Among other things we learned that she is (Diana of the Ephesians) at the spiritual roots of Islam, in the form of the moon goddess. We heard that Muslim leaders will not allow archaeological digs in Mecca because the connection between the moon goddess and Islam would then be highlighted scientifically, while Islam desires to maintain its public image of monotheism. The symbol of the moon goddess is the crescent moon, which appears on every mosque as well as on the flags of many Muslim nations. [60]
      • Category:Lunar gods
    • Lunar culture:
      • Masonic lore:
        • Moon (pillar): reflective/passive/feminine
        • Sun (pillar): initiating/active/masculine
      • Lunatic (colloquially: "looney" or "loon")
      • Moonies
      • Lunar Society

Eclipse and crescent

  • Cresent images on Flags (Muslim nations)

  • Crescent images of Venus:

Various astrology

Orbit ring

(excluding Saturn symbolism):