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Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« on: August 29, 2019, 03:24:15 pm »
For me--

ABSTRACT:

A triangle within a circle. (To be precise, an equilateral triangle with a circumscribed circle.) It's loaded with sacred geometric symbolism, suggests alpha and omega both mathematically and visually, shows the male contained within the female, and is stunning in its symmetry. I find it strangely compelling and could stare at it all day. (Interestingly, the reverse--a circle within a triangle--holds no such power over me.)

Spirals. Love 'em, though in pagan circles, that hardly makes me unique; something about the visual dynamism, while remaining ordered, is appealing. I'm particularly partial to a double spiral--two interlocking spirals in opposite directions--which contains yin/yang at its core and suggests something spinning into and out of existence/opposing forces in balance. Best of all, double spirals frame our human existence by representing its micro (the double helix of our DNA) and macro (the spiral galaxy we live in) boundaries.

FIGURATIVE:

Swords. Obsessed with them since I was a little kid. They occupy an insane amount of real estate in my consciousness, for reasons that I suspect (hope!) go beyond obvious phallic connotations. Just today I learned that crossed swords pointing upwards symbolize "ready to fight." (My subconscious probably already knew that, or I got lucky, in that my two swords were designed so that their inscriptions combine to read correctly when crossed upwards...and activism, perhaps to a fault, is a family trait.) Crossed pointing downwards symbolizes "the fight is over." (Apparently it's used a lot in war memorials.)

Ouroboros. A snake eating its own tail, usually in a circle but apparently on occasion as a figure 8 "infinity" sign, which is a major association of this symbol. I can't quite figure out why, or how much, this symbol interests me.

Eagles. Duh.

So what symbols strike a special chord with you, and if you can put your finger on it, why?
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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2019, 08:13:22 pm »
So what symbols strike a special chord with you, and if you can put your finger on it, why?

Fascinating question!

I have a weird time with this because one of the things about learning a particular tradition or practice is that you often build in symbol sets in the process.

Phoenix: Acquired due to the tradition associations and related stuff, but now an ongoing thing in my life. Embracing the transformation works a lot better than fighting it, in my (hard-earned!) experience, but I also find the myths here fascinating, and the idea of renewal and change, without loss of continuity. (Also, there is a lot of awfully pretty phoenix-focused art out there.)

Silver: One of my initiation names means silver (as well as the fact I use it as a functional surname with my public Craft name.) I knew when I took it I was committing to not dyeing my hair, which started having silver-grey hairs when I was in college. (I just got my photo retaken for a new driver's license, and I have gone from 'dark brown with noticeable glints of silver' to 'yeah, that's mostly silver with occasional brown' in 4 years and change. I look forward to the time when it's all silver.)

But beyond that, I find the metal and the symbology of the metal fascinating, about change and the implications of tarnish. I've never been nearly as attracted to gold, and I think it's the unchanging nature of it that turns me off. Gold will keep doing its thing whether you're there or not: silver involves an ongoing tactile relationship.

Ursa Major: Ok, not quite a symbol, but living in that metaphorical 'implies more than the thing itself' space. My favourite constellation, and one I think about a lot in terms of 'it isn't the pole star, but it's the thing that points to the pole star' and what that says about the role of information and interconnection and interdependence in the universe.

I also have a particular Thing for cobalt blue (especially cobalt blue glass), spirals (though I like mine in single form), and I have an ongoing thing about horses and bears (not in the same place! That is not kind to the horses.)
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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2019, 08:33:27 pm »

A triangle within a circle. (To be precise, an equilateral triangle with a circumscribed circle.) It's loaded with sacred geometric symbolism, suggests alpha and omega both mathematically and visually, shows the male contained within the female, and is stunning in its symmetry. I find it strangely compelling and could stare at it all day. (Interestingly, the reverse--a circle within a triangle--holds no such power over me.)

Same for me. I also like the Masonic square & compasses because they allude to similar things: union of male/female, heaven/earth, matter/spirit. They're also symbols of moral instruction.

I like the ouroboros  as well. The tat on my forearm has the S&C encircled by the S&C. In the center is a skull.

Oh yeah. Skulls. I like skulls, particularly those of my enemies.
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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2019, 10:45:02 pm »
I have a weird time with this because one of the things about learning a particular tradition or practice is that you often build in symbol sets in the process.

I think that's fine though; regardless of how the symbols became significant for you, they're nonetheless significant.

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Ursa Major: Ok, not quite a symbol, but living in that metaphorical 'implies more than the thing itself' space. My favourite constellation, and one I think about a lot in terms of 'it isn't the pole star, but it's the thing that points to the pole star' and what that says about the role of information and interconnection and interdependence in the universe.

That is so you.

Now you're going to make me go there: My constellation obsession is Aquila. Because eagles. (I know; try not to faint in shock.) Altair is its brightest star.

But there are more meanings for me than that. Summer is my favorite season, and that's when Aquila (along with Cygnus and Lyra) rules our skies; so it's symbolic of the season for me. And it's one of the few constellations I can reliably find in the night sky.

What's more, in myth, it's the eagle Zeus transformed himself into in order to abduct and ravish the handsome youth Ganymede...so it's gay gay gay. (Just the other day, my new boyfriend buzzed to be let in to my apartment; when I asked who it was, he said "your Ganymede"; I swooned.) On a personal level, I've learned that Aquila was the constellation that was rising at the moment and place of my birth. So for me, it's a no-brainer.


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The fifth song binds our fate to silence / and bids us live each moment well / The sixth unleashes rage and violence / The seventh song has truth to tell
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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #4 on: August 31, 2019, 06:58:53 am »
Fascinating question!

Agreed.

I also have a particular Thing for cobalt blue (especially cobalt blue glass), spirals

The colour of cobalt blue glass is my absolute favourite colour in the world, especially if the glass is thick and the blue is therefore rich and deep.

Beyond this, I'm going to have to ponder some more before I'm able to add my own full response to this thread, but will be back when I've had the chance to do so.

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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #5 on: August 31, 2019, 05:11:39 pm »
So what symbols strike a special chord with you, and if you can put your finger on it, why?

Interesting topic! Here are some of mine.

Triquetra: For whatever reason - though, I suspect it may deal with the fact that I watched Charmed as a pre-teen - I love this symbol. I don't use it in my practice now, having moved on from Wicca, but it's something that I can look at and simply be in awe of the simplicity of how to make it: the intersection of three circles circumscribing a fourth circle.

Books: Knowledge is power for me - and what better way to symbolize that than through books? Similarly, a library holds a lot of meaning to me.

Blue, Green & Yellow: These three colors mean a lot to me - I've always gravitated towards these colors, especially for dress shirts, and such, and my home is adorned with them, both obviously and subtly. And now that I think about it, my eyes are these three colors (thank you Heterochromia iridum), with the area around the pupil being blue, followed by a yellow ring, and the outer edge being green. (And Altair, if you don't believe me, I'll show you next time I'm over at your place!)

Forest & Rain: Both are relaxing to me - whenever I'm stressed out, I know that it's time to go for a walk in the local woods (read: parks, which isn't quite the same), or schedule a camping trip upstate. Rain, however, truly cleanses me and I see it as a reset button for my soul.

There are probably more, but those come to the top of my mind at the moment.

Now you're going to make me go there: My constellation obsession is Aquila. Because eagles. (I know; try not to faint in shock.) Altair is its brightest star.

Now you have me thinking about which constellation I was born under... and according to http://www.pathguy.com/whatstar.html#truelocaltime, I apparently was born under Princeps (Delta Bootis). "This white giant star (plus its white main-sequence companion) in the goad of Bootes, the herder, is said to give the capacity to succeed academically, whether as student or researcher." Very interesting, given that I'm really effin good at whatever I put my mind to academically. Hrm.
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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #6 on: August 31, 2019, 06:04:31 pm »
Oh yeah. Skulls. I like skulls, particularly those of my enemies.

Aside from their decorative value as trophies of your defeated adversaries, can you put your finger on why skulls resonate for you?
The first song sets the wheel in motion / The second is a song of love / The third song tells of Her devotion / The fourth cries joy from the sky above
The fifth song binds our fate to silence / and bids us live each moment well / The sixth unleashes rage and violence / The seventh song has truth to tell
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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #7 on: August 31, 2019, 09:14:23 pm »
Swords. Obsessed with them since I was a little kid. They occupy an insane amount of real estate in my consciousness, for reasons that I suspect (hope!) go beyond obvious phallic connotations.

^This.  Likewise, they take up more mental space than they ought, including some strong emotional connections, for reasons unknown.  I get to see sword play and sparring in person a few times every year and always come away with a strong sense that something important has been lost to conscious memory. It's a mystery that I haven't been able to untangle... yet.
 
Phoenix: Acquired due to the tradition associations and related stuff, but now an ongoing thing in my life. Embracing the transformation works a lot better than fighting it, in my (hard-earned!) experience, but I also find the myths here fascinating, and the idea of renewal and change, without loss of continuity. (Also, there is a lot of awfully pretty phoenix-focused art out there.)

^This also, minus the tradition associations. I find inspiration and hope in the idea that something can rise up again after being so thoroughly destroyed. The most beloved of my tattoos is a phoenix quill penning the words "I rise". Speaking of which.... 

Quills:  Traditionally a symbol of written communication, fitting for a wordsmith.  For me, it echos the transformation of the phoenix. The feather in a quill no longer serves its original purpose; it can no longer aid a bird in flight.  Yet, this broken object allows words to fly and soar with a life of their own. 

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Such a great question!
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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #8 on: August 31, 2019, 10:30:42 pm »
I get to see sword play and sparring in person a few times every year and always come away with a strong sense that something important has been lost to conscious memory. It's a mystery that I haven't been able to untangle... yet.

Let me know if you ever figure it out, because I haven't.

If you ever get to NYC, make sure to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art's arms and armor wing, which is a sword orgasm.

Interestingly, knives do nothing for me; couldn't care less. Is the same true for you? And is there a particular kind of sword (foil, saber, katana, broadsword...) that resonates more for you than the others? While I can safely say that nearly all swords pique my interest, I definitely favor knightly swords (of medieval Europe)--almost certainly a result of compulsively digesting Tolkien and Arthurian legend as a young lad.
 
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Quills:  Traditionally a symbol of written communication, fitting for a wordsmith.  For me, it echos the transformation of the phoenix. The feather in a quill no longer serves its original purpose; it can no longer aid a bird in flight.  Yet, this broken object allows words to fly and soar with a life of their own. 

This is brilliant. As a writer and editor on the one hand, and a birder on the other, I've felt my brain dancing around the quill connection any number of times, but I never saw it put so eloquently, until now.
The first song sets the wheel in motion / The second is a song of love / The third song tells of Her devotion / The fourth cries joy from the sky above
The fifth song binds our fate to silence / and bids us live each moment well / The sixth unleashes rage and violence / The seventh song has truth to tell
The last song echoes through the ages / to ask its question all night long / And close the circle on these pages / These, the metamythos songs

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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #9 on: August 31, 2019, 10:45:08 pm »
I get to see sword play and sparring in person a few times every year

As silly as it may seem, I totally want to be able to do this someday:
The first song sets the wheel in motion / The second is a song of love / The third song tells of Her devotion / The fourth cries joy from the sky above
The fifth song binds our fate to silence / and bids us live each moment well / The sixth unleashes rage and violence / The seventh song has truth to tell
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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #10 on: August 31, 2019, 11:53:00 pm »
Aside from their decorative value as trophies of your defeated adversaries, can you put your finger on why skulls resonate for you?

I think it's because-- for me, at least-- they sum up our essential humanity. We're all bone beneath our skin.

Also, it's more than that: since the skull houses the brain, you can say it's the seat of the intellect. No, even more than that: it holds everything that you are.

Also-also-- and I think this is the big one-- it is the ultimate emblem of mortality. And I think, as we grow older, we become intimately and inextricably more familiar with death. At least, that's how it's been for me. That said, no matter how much we may 'know' death, it remains for us the penultimate mystery. Seems like there's a bit of irony there. And the skull wears a morbid grin, as if it's in on the joke.

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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #11 on: September 01, 2019, 01:02:12 am »
Let me know if you ever figure it out, because I haven't.

If you ever get to NYC, make sure to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art's arms and armor wing, which is a sword orgasm.

Interestingly, knives do nothing for me; couldn't care less. Is the same true for you? And is there a particular kind of sword (foil, saber, katana, broadsword...) that resonates more for you than the others? While I can safely say that nearly all swords pique my interest, I definitely favor knightly swords (of medieval Europe)--almost certainly a result of compulsively digesting Tolkien and Arthurian legend as a young lad.

If I ever figure it out, you will be the first to know.  It's a puzzle wrapped in a mystery with a chewy engima center. 

I am beginning to suspect that we share a few brain cells on the subject of swords. While I own several knives as both functional and ritual tools, they don't have the same resonance as swords, not even close. 

The bolded portion above could have come straight out of my brain onto the page, save changing lad to lass.  I'm interested in swords in general but the knightly swords are the ones that catch my attention without fail. I'm mildly obsessed with Albion Sword's The Baron (wantwantwant) and it's the best example I've found of the kinds of swords that crop up in my dreams.  Now, if the universe could just enlighten me, a conditional pacifist and champion for non-violence, as to why I have this affinity for a weapon of war.

Well, there's a coincidence... Emilie Autumn's By the Sword just came up on my playlist for the first time in months. I'll be in the corner twitching if anyone needs me.

This is brilliant. As a writer and editor on the one hand, and a birder on the other, I've felt my brain dancing around the quill connection any number of times, but I never saw it put so eloquently, until now.

Thank you. As a writer, I've been as broken as the feather that makes the quill. I'm just starting to feel confident again in my ability to convey abstract and creative ideas so your compliment means worlds to me.
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« Reply #12 on: September 01, 2019, 01:05:47 am »
As silly as it may seem, I totally want to be able to do this someday:

Yes please!
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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #13 on: September 01, 2019, 08:45:28 am »
Triquetra: For whatever reason - though, I suspect it may deal with the fact that I watched Charmed as a pre-teen - I love this symbol. I don't use it in my practice now, having moved on from Wicca, but it's something that I can look at and simply be in awe of the simplicity of how to make it: the intersection of three circles circumscribing a fourth circle.

I'm big on the closely related (the same thing?) threefold knot. I'm fascinated by its mathematical status as the simplest true know. And it represents something about the nature of time for me.

And now that I think about it, my eyes are these three colors (thank you Heterochromia iridum), with the area around the pupil being blue, followed by a yellow ring, and the outer edge being green. (And Altair, if you don't believe me, I'll show you next time I'm over at your place!)

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The first song sets the wheel in motion / The second is a song of love / The third song tells of Her devotion / The fourth cries joy from the sky above
The fifth song binds our fate to silence / and bids us live each moment well / The sixth unleashes rage and violence / The seventh song has truth to tell
The last song echoes through the ages / to ask its question all night long / And close the circle on these pages / These, the metamythos songs

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Re: Symbols That Strike a Chord in You
« Reply #14 on: September 01, 2019, 08:54:57 am »
the simplest true know.

Ugh. For "true", swamp in "nontrivial"...and for "know", um, make that "knot". (It's also known as the trefoil knot.)
The first song sets the wheel in motion / The second is a song of love / The third song tells of Her devotion / The fourth cries joy from the sky above
The fifth song binds our fate to silence / and bids us live each moment well / The sixth unleashes rage and violence / The seventh song has truth to tell
The last song echoes through the ages / to ask its question all night long / And close the circle on these pages / These, the metamythos songs

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