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It is he that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshoppers; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in Isaiah 40:22

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Eternal motion is essentially circular and vibratory. A circular motion becomes spiral, and this is the cosmic serpent (Ouroboros), emblem of cosmic forces, and hence of life on all planes

Circle In the description of cosmological symbols, the first figure is a circle: ever-eternal, universal nature, the abstract space of a cosmic hierarchy. The circle itself may be taken as the symbol of this first manifestation, the clean sheet of paper representing abstract space, the Boundless. This circle is in reality boundless, its circumference being ideal, representing the limits of our perceptions of physical or inner space, or the ideal boundary which must be postulated in our conceptions of infinitude.

The second circle, with the central point (Circled dot), represents the First Logos of any hierarchy, the mystic unity symbolized by the inclusive number one, the unitary source from which proceed the creative rays or sevenfold manifestation of the Logos. The point at its center is the symbol of the cosmic germ of generation out of which all later beings emanate or flow, and hence it is the first manifestation.

Considering the circle as a line, it is without beginning or end; progress from any point in it brings us eventually to the same point again without turning back. Thus it is a symbol of cyclic evolution. Eternal motion is essentially circular and vibratory. A circular motion becomes spiral, and this is the cosmic serpent, emblem of cosmic forces, and hence of life on all planes.

The egg is another form of the circle or sphere symbol; the chakra or wheel as used in India is another. The circle may be conceived as either one unbroken line, having no parts, or as an infinitude of points -- which shows that zero and infinity are extremes which meet. In the symbol of the circle, spirit and matter are not yet separated; it is spirit-substance. For the problem of squaring the circle, see PI.

  • Megalitic Circles


  • Logos

  • Circle automaker logo's:

Intertwined circles

2 intertwined circles

Vesica piscis

  • Various notes:
    • The shape which is the intersection two circles of the same radius, intersecting in such a way that the center of each circle lies on the circumference of the other. The name literally means the bladder of the fish in Latin. The shape is also called mandorla ("almond" in Italian).
    • Vesica Piscis is a step to building the Seed of Life
    • Also represents a woman’s vagina
    • video:Sacred Geometry 101B: The Vesica Piscis


  • Various notes:
    • In occult circles, the number 8 is the symbol for immortality.
    • Introduced to mathematics by John Wallis (1616-1703), an English mathematician who is given partial credit for the development of modern calculus.
  • Infinity symbol basic:

  • Infinity as a logo:

  • Infinity used as a word:

3 intertwined circles

4 intertwined circles

5 intertwined circles

6 or more intertwined circles

Energy spiral


  • Modern culture spirals (exluding company logo's):
  • Company logo's:

Non logos:


  • Others Combined Spiral and Yin and Yang
  • Spiral for initiation rites


Todo: add Similar WTC globe

  • Vatican Globe
  • United Nations Globe
  • Farnese Square
  • World Trade Center
  • Statues
  • Others


A universal symbol of cosmic unity, astrology, "the circle of life," evolution, etc. The pagan sacred circle plus any number of radiating spokes or petals form the wheel - a Wheel of Life to Buddhists, a Medicine Wheel to Native Americans, a Mandala to Hindus. It symbolizes unity, movement, the sun, the zodiac, reincarnation, and earth's cycles of renewal. Pagans use it in astrology, magic, and many kinds of rituals. [55]

  • The wheel is an ancient Indian symbol of creation, sovereignty, protection and the sun. - The encyclopedia of Tibetan symbols and motifs By Robert Beér. p185 [56]

  • Egyptian
  • Assyrio babylonian
  • Dharmacakra (Wheel of Dharma, Buddhist wheel of life and reincarnation.)
  • Roman Catholic
  • Others Wheels

Hecate’s wheel

  • The Strophalos, or Hecate’s wheel is an ancient Greek symbol, and is an emblem of the initiatory lunar Goddess Hecate (Diana Lucifera), and her triple aspect. Only one ancient source remains to shed any light on the emblem’s meaning. The second century Alexandrian text known as the “Chaldean oracle” describes the emblem as a labyrinthine serpent (emblematic of rebirth) surrounding a spiral, symbolic of the Iynges- “whirlings” or emanations of divine thought. Today, it is generally used by practitioners of Hellenic Recon or Dianic Traditions of Wicca as an emblem of religious identification. Other emblems of Hecate include torches, dogs (generally female), keys, serpents, and of course, the crossroads. [57]
  • Hecate is one of the most important figures in the so-called Chaldaean Oracles (2nd-3rd century CE)[29], where she is associated in fragment 194 with a strophalos (usually translated as a spinning top, or wheel, used in magic) "Labour thou around the Strophalos of Hecate."[30] This appears to refer to a variant of the device mentioned by Psellus. (wikipedia)
  • Strophalos of Hecate (Hecate's Wheel)

Circled dot

  • Various notes
  • Albert Mackey, a 33 Degree Mason, describe this Satanic belief: "The point within the circle is an interesting and important symbol in Freemasonry ... The symbol is really a beautiful but somewhat abstruse allusion to the old Sun-Worship, and introduces us for the first time to that modification of it, known among the ancients as the worship of the Phallus." [Short Talk Bulletin, February, 1936; Vol. 14, No. 2, Reprinted July, 1980, p. 7]. Mackey tells us that this point within a circle is really the old Sun Worship which Masons have copied the Ancient Mysteries Religions to modify it as a phallus symbol.[58]
    • Do hexagram example. Ask: how do you produce a hexagram? It is the relation of the radius to the circumference. To create the hexagram, draw a circle. Use the compass, keep the radius the same and place the point anywhere upon the circumference. Mark a small arc on the circle and then place the point on that arc and make another one. Continue all the way around the circle until you return to the beginning. There will be six points. Thus is illustrated why the Point and Circle (as symbol of the Sun) is related to the hexagram and the number six. [59]
  • The Masons of the Blue Lodge are taught that the Point within a Circle represents the individual Mason (the Point), contained and restricted by the boundary line of his duty (the Circle). Its real meaning, however, is that of the phallus, positioned within the female generative principle (sex organ), the climactic act of Sun-god worship. Dr. Albert Mackey, already quoted herein, also writes in his classic work "Symbolism of Freemasonry," page 352, "Phallus, a representation of the virile member which was venerated as a religious symbol… It was one of the modifications of sun worship, and was a symbol of the fecundating power of that luminary. The Masonic point within a circle is undoubtedly of phallic origin."
  • The "Point Within A Circle" is so beloved by the Illuminati because it symbolizes both Sun Worship [J.S.M. Ward, "Genuine Secrets In Freemasonry Prior To 1717", p. 256] and the sex act, with the circle representing the female and the dot in the middle representing the "erect" phallus [Masonic Short Talk Bulletin, "Point Within A Circle", to be read in Lodge meetings].[60]
  • "Point Within A Circle", another commonly used symbol in Black Magick; in fact, it is so commonly used, Adam Weishaupt -- the founder of the Masters of the Illuminati -- adopted it as one symbols of the Illuminati. Because of the inherent secrecy of the Illuminati, Weishaupt insisted that individual members identify themselves only with "the astrological symbol for the sun, a circle with a dot in the middle." [Legenda, 32 Degree, Hermes, p. 109; also quoted in Burns, "Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated", p. 29; also quoted by Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma, p. 503.][61] [62]
  • Since the Satanist worships the Sex Act, he must have a symbol of the female organ, to go along with the male organ -- the Obelisk. And, indeed, Satanists do have a symbol of the female organ -- the Circle. And, when a point is added to the middle of the circle, you have the complete sex act, the male being the point and the female being the circle ["Point Within A Circle", Masonic Short Talk Bulletin, August, 1931, Vol. 9, No. 8, Reprinted July, 1990, p. 4.]

  • See Also: Bindu (dot) represents the male force. Together, the circle and the bindu symbolize the merging of male and female forces.[63]
  • This is also the symbol for gold in Alchemy
  • This is the symbol of the sun in Astrology
  • This is also a symbol for the Bell

Circled dot symbolism in non-logo's

Circled dot symbolism in logo's