Chi-Rho Symbol Meaning Explained: The Origin Story Of The Christogram

Chi-Rho Symbol Meaning and Origins, Catholic and Protestant Christogram in Black and White

The Chi-Rho was a symbol of significant importance for Christians, especially in the early times. But was it originally a Christian symbol? If not, how did it transform into one? Where did it originate from? We are here to answer these questions and many more. Just read on. How To Pronounce Chi-rho? First things first. Before we get into the origin story, meaning and uses of the symbol, let’s learn how to pronounce the Chi-Rho. It is simply pronounced as “KEE-roe” … Continue reading the article

The Web of Wyrd Symbol, Meaning And Origins Explained

Web of Wyrd Symbol Meaning and History Explained, Black and Brilliant Blue Colors Design

Today’s post is about a really interesting modern neo-pagan symbol that has been inspired by Norse mythology, the Web of Wyrd. The Web of Wyrd is a Nordic symbol, a woven web of fate tied to the three most important Norns, or Nornir, in Norse mythology. This lesser known sacred symbol is a metaphor for fate and destiny of all in the cosmos, humans and gods. The Web of Wyrd Meaning and Symbolism The Web of Wyrd symbol, also known as … Continue reading the article

Every Odin Symbol Explained, The Extensive List of Odin Symbols

Ravens As An Odin Symbol and a Runic Circle, the List of Odin Symbols

What are the symbols of Odin? Which symbol represents the god of war, death, wisdom, knowledge, healing, sorcery, magic, poetry and royalty in Norse mythology? For the curious ones on an everlasting journey seeking knowledge, just like the Allfather himself, here is every single Odin symbol explained in detail. Valknut, The Knot of the Slain Warriors Valknut also known as the Knot of the Slain Warriors, Hrungnir’s Heart and Valknotr, is an ancient Viking symbol found on several artworks in the … Continue reading the article

Wiccan Pentacle Meaning And Origins Explained

Wiccan Pentacle Meaning and Origins Explained

Before discussing the Pentacle symbol, we have to talk about the Wiccan people and their belief systems. Wicca is a modern religion that is earth-centered with ancient practices from Shamanic ancestors.  The people who practice this religion are called Wiccans. A Wiccan pentacle symbol is in the shape of a disc with a pentagram (an ancient symbol in the form of a five-pointed star) inside it. It is one of the many Wiccan symbols that people have attached meaning to. Origin … Continue reading the article

Triple Moon Symbol/Triple Goddess Symbol Meaning And Origins Explained

Triple Goddess Symbol , Female Symbols Around the World

Over the last several years, there has been a growing interest in learning about the Triple Goddess symbol. Whether people come across the emblem while watching television and movies or stumble across it in literature or simply see someone wear this symbol, it sparks curiosity and the desire to learn more about it. This powerful symbol is used today by people practicing certain religions such as  Paganism, Neopaganism and Wicca. It has been around for decades while having deep origins in … Continue reading the article

Pagan Symbols And Their Meanings, The Detailed List

Pagan symbols and their meanings explained. A heptagram with runes on it

In today’s post about pagan symbols and their meanings, I’d like to take you on a fascinating journey back through history, to the world of paganism in ancient times. Throughout human history, symbols have been an integral element of all religions. They serve to imbue meaning into every system of faith practiced by humankind. Paganism is one of those as it had its ‘golden age’ during the pre-Christian period in history, a time when written accounts were quite uncommon and widespread … Continue reading the article

Symbols of Strength And Perseverance

Phoenix bird as part of symbols of rebirth and reincarnation collection

The next part in our series of symbolism articles is about a specific topic; symbols of strength and perseverance around the world. Let us get right into it, here is the extensive list of strength symbols across cultures starting with the beautiful lotus flower and the East. Eastern Symbols of Strength  Lotus Flower, A Buddhist Symbol of Strength and Perseverance Being one of the most prominent and common ancient symbols, the lotus flower is a symbol of perseverance, resilience and strength … Continue reading the article

Valknut, The Symbol of Odin: Valknut Meaning and Origin Explained

Valknut, Odin's Symbol, the Knot of the Slain Warrior

Today, we will be examining the Valknut symbol as we carry on with our article series about Viking symbols. Let’s get right into it, here is all you need to know about the Valknut, also known as the symbol of Odin, its meaning and origins. The Origin of Valknut, the Symbol of Odin  Valknut, also known as Valknot, Valknutr and Hrungnir’s Heart, is one of the most prominent Viking symbols. Pronounced as ‘val-knoot’, the Nordic symbol is depicted by three interlocking … Continue reading the article

Aegishjalmur, The Helm of Awe, Viking Symbol of Protection And Its Meaning

Aegishjalmur, the Viking Symbol of Strength

In today’s post, we will be delving into one of the most popular Norse Viking symbols, Aegishjalmur also known as the helm of awe and terror. What does the Aegishjalmr mean and why is it called the helm of awe? Without further ado, here is all you need to know about the Aegishjalmr symbol, its meaning and origins. What is the Meaning of Aegishjalmur? Aegishjalmr (Ægishjálmur in Greek and sometimes spelled Aegishjalmur) is one of the most important Viking symbols in … Continue reading the article

Vegvisir, Runic Viking Compass: Meaning And Origins

Vegvisir A Pagan Symbol Explained, The Runic Viking Compass

In today’s post, we will be delving into one of the most important Norse Viking symbols, the Vegvisir. Here is everything you need to know about the meaning and symbolism behind the Vegvisir as well as the origins of the symbol. Also known as the runic Viking compass, the Vegvisir (pronounced “VEGG-vee-seer”) is a magical stave that originated from Iceland. In general, the Vegvisir symbol is believed to help the bearer find their way, especially through rough weather. Vegvisir is mentioned … Continue reading the article