How many times have I seen this figure in spiritual sights throughout the world? Yet, I have never contemplated the makeup or the meaning of this shape. Someone on my favorite forum asked what this shape meant. It was not until the question was asked that I really looked into this shape and saw its deeper meaning.
I began with my favorite symbol: The Wedding Rings. This symbolizes the personal spiritual realm or combining the masculine and feminine energies within one’s self.
Then I added the twin rings of Mother Earth and Father Sky that created heaven, earth, and underworld. These rings symbolize the universal spiritual consciousness.
When you combine these two sets of twins you get something that is very similar to Solomon’s Knot.
When you place a vertical median line through the inner sanctum of the Wedding Rings and a horizontal line through the firmament you get an equilateral cross.
The final element contained in this symbol is the basic square, which symbolizes the earth or worldly existence.
When you erase all the interior lines, you come back to the original shape.
So, this symbol is a trinity. It contains the worldly existence, the universal spiritual consciousness, and the personal spiritual realm.
You can be sure that the next time I see this shape it will bring significance to my experience, because I know the meaning of the shape.