The Sun cross

What is a Sun-cross? A Sun-cross is a cross centered inside a circle or wheel. The English word "cross" was probably derived from the Old Irish word "cros" or the Old Norse word "kros". Whichever way it was, the word cross was preceded by the Sumerian word "garza", which means staff or scepter of a Sun god or a king. It was believed that kings embodied god on Earth, in ancient times. And like a king (or queen) in a kingdom, the Sun rules over all parts of our solar system, and dictates the length of the day, the seasons of the year, the vegetation cycles etc. Hence, the Sun-cross represents the movement of the Sun across the sky from the east to the west, and from the north to the south during the winter and summer seasons on our planet. Therefore, a cross in a circle is also an astrological symbol for planet Earth.

The cross has always been associated with Mother Earth, and how we perceive the Universe from our planet. In 1610, Galileo was the first man to point a telescope at the Milky Way and discovered that the Milky Way was made of countless number of stars. But not until Edwin Hubble's discovery in 1923 did we know that there are millions of other galaxies beyond the Milky Way. Thus, our understanding of the Universe expanded far beyond that of ancient man or of those that lived in the early 20th century. Yet, the truth remains the same. We are products of our planet and the highest developed lifeforms on the planet.

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about Mother Earth, Venus,
Hindu and Slavic goddesses.

Know thyself

[ An ancient inscription in the forecourt of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, Greece ]

Truth or God is one, but wise men call It or Him/Her by different names.

... and as the spider emits out of itself the threads of its web; and as the female crane conceives without a male; and as the lotus wonders from one pond to another without any means of conveyance; so the intelligent Brahman also may be assumed to create the world by itself without extraneous means ...

Shankara Bhasya, Vedanta Sutra 2.1.25. Translated by George Thibaut and edited by Max Muller, Oxford University Press 1904.

"Will you teach your children what we have taught our children? That the Earth is our mother. What befalls the Earth befalls all the sons of the Earth. This we know: the Earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the Earth. All things are connected like the blood that unites us all. Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself. One thing we know: our god is also your god. The Earth is precious to him and to harm the Earth is to heap contempt on its creator."

- American Indian,
Chief Seattle's Speech

Energy is neither created nor destroyed, it is simply transferred from one place to another.

Albert Einstein

There is no difference between Brahma, Atman and/or Maya.
Just as "fire" and "heat" are different terms used to describe the same entity.

Adam Wojtanek

I see little difference between my Maya and the Cosmic Maya.
Hence, I find light also in modern physics.

Adam Wojtanek

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