Clasped hands are also symbolic of a farewell or last good-bye.
The Coptic Christians used it as a symbol of life after death.
This symbol has also been adopted by Masonic organizations (e.g., the Eastern Star).
The Star of David - Six-pointed star or Star of David, also known as Magen David (Hebrew for shield of David), it is typically used as a symbol of Judaism.
Angels are shown in all types of poses with different symbolism.
The name Solomon may be divided into three syllables, SOL-OM-ON, symbolizing light, glory, and truth collectively and respectively. The Temple of Solomon is, therefore, first of all "the House of Everlasting Light," its earthly symbol being the temple of stone on the brow of Mount Moriah. According to the Mystery teachings, there are three Temples of Solomon--as there are three Grand Masters, three Witnesses, and three Tabernacles of the Transfiguration. The first temple is the Grand House of the Universe, in the midst of which sits the sun (SOL) upon his golden throne. The twelve signs of the zodiac as Fellow-Craftsmen gather around their shining lord. Three lights--the stellar, the solar, and the lunar--illuminate this Cosmic Temple. Accompanied by his retinue of planets, moons, and asteroids, this Divine King (SOLomon), whose glory no earthly monarch shall ever equal, passes in stately pomp down the avenues of space. Whereas represents the active physical light of the sun, SOLomon signifies its invisible but all-powerful, spiritual and intellectual effulgency.
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The seven branches of the candlestick represents the seven days for the creation of the world by God.
Ohm, Om, Aum - Within Hinduism symbolizes the unborn non-dualistic, omnipresent, impersonal Absolute, which incorporates all forms of life; which is life.
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In early times, it was called god's mark.
Latin Cross surrounded by circle or oval - Representing eternity or never-ending existence.
The Eye of God surrounded by a triangle and a circle - symbolic of the eternity of the Holy Trinity.
Fleur-de–lis - Passion and love.
Menorah or seven-branched candlestick - Jewish symbol for divine presence of God.