The dictionary of symbols of prehistoric and ancient mythological religion


In this tab you’ll find all the symbols used in mythological language (around 500), with explanations of the polysemous meaning and contextual nuances of each. Each explanation will be demonstrated in a complementary way, using both comparative mythology and the etymology of the Sumerian and Hieroglyphic languages, which were originally used by the high priesthood of the original mythological religion to charge mythological symbols with their profound double meaning. This page will be organized in alphabetical order, even if segmented by major categories of meaning. If you’ve read the “series structure and book content” tab, you’ll have understood that this page is the Internet version of the paper book, volume 3, entitled: The Bible of the symbols of prehistoric and ancient mythological religion.

The different symbols of the divinised primordial mother

Explanation through analysis of the symbols of Tanit and the sacred Sumerian and hieroglyphic etymology

Associated with the symbols of the Egyptian Ankh, the Eye of Providence (Deists, Freemasons, Illuminati) and the Cross.

This article is a foundation stone for understanding the profound symbolism of certain specific cave hands and of all the symbols listed, demonstrating through their interconnection the universality and timelessness of this hidden aspect of the cult of the great divinity, celebrated by paganism from prehistoric times right up to the present day.

This article explains why the Mother Goddess and the great deities were depicted in a crouching position.

We will see the link with the belief in their power to bring fertility to the world of the living and, above all, rebirth to the dead.

We’ll also look at the close link between this representation and the symbolic category of fluids.

The different symbols of the primordial divinized man