We Misunderstood this 9 Cult Symbols -Why ?

Check out this 9 cult signs the we understood wrongly


1. Hygieia’s  Vessel  

 These icons, by decades of generations, were thought to have control. Nevertheless, the meanings of symbols often change, and you can be very shocked to learn that the entire mysterious past of your lovely pendant. The origins of the most common icons have been investigated.



The cup is the vessel of Hygieia, the ancient Greek health deity who is called “sanitary.”

Snake, which can kill and restore the poison because it symbolizes death and rebirth. Initially used in the Middle Ages by Paduan apothecaries.


2. Ouroboros

was first mentioned in 4200 BC. Their religion, magic, alchemy, mythology, and psychology were common. Ouroboros stands for a life-and-death cycle. They may symbolize events in various cultures without start or finish, yin, yang or good and bad.

3. Star of David 

Even in 3000 BC, this symbol was commonly used. The Heart Chakra in India was a symbol of mixing the values of men and women. In 1354, the Prague Jews issued their flag from the Roman Emperor Charles IV, which stated David’s Stern.


4. Yin Yang

Yin Yang would have derived from Buddhist beliefs from the 1st-3rd century AD. Yin Yang is all that is in China and Japan. Yin, the shadow, and Yang, the mountain’s light slope, continuously connect. They feed one another and carry each other a particle. This fight has no end and no victory.

5. The Wheel

This image dates back to 2000 BC the earliest appearance. In Asia, the Middle East, and Egypt this symbol appears. The wheel is the Sun and shows the life cycle. Subsequently, the Wheel of Fortune became a sign of Fate whims. His words,  in effect, carried wealth and misfortune.


This symbol is first mentioned in 1300 AD. The rose wind is a sign of a guide and an amulet for the sailors. In the 18th-20th centuries, they have made tattoos with it. The rose wind was drawn on maps that show parts of the world.

The symbol was first mentioned in 8000 BC. The swastika is a symbol of good fortune, development, and prosperity. The Sun is due to Asian and Indian traditions. In the early 20th century it was popular in English-speaking countries and consisted of four L’s: Light, Love, Life, and Glory. Most nations outlawed this emblem after Nazi Germany took it for themselves.

It was first used in Egypt, Greece, India, Byzanz, and the Sumerian Kingdom in 3500BC. The symbol was first introduced. The icon of the Virgin Mary was worshiped by the Christians; celestial forces in Asia; mind control in India. In 1453, after the fall of Constantinople, the crescent became closely linked to Islam.

Stars dating back to 3500 BC are early five-point of history. The pentagram was a sign of security against evil powers. To stop theft, Babylonian merchants painted it on their doors. Pythagoras assumed that the golden mean contained a mathematical perfection. An inverted pentagram became the sign of Jesus in early Christianity, but it became then invented by Eliphas Lévi as a sign of Satan.