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An upside-down seashell, called the Shell of Saint James, is a Christian symbol that commemorates Saint James. The Hathor, which is a circle with two curved, vertical lines that resemble horns rising from its top, repres... More »

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One of the most widely known Satanic symbols is the inverted pentagram, which can be used to represent Satan as the goat of the Sabbath. Prior to this symbol's gaining wide adoption within Satanism, one of the most popul... More »

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A emoji consisting of a lady with bunny ears represents a celebratory feeling; an emoji showing a face with cold sweat represents feelings of fear, stress or pain; and a shooting star emoji represents dizziness. Emoji or... More »

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Some common Christian symbols include the cross, a lamb, a fish and a dove. Although many of the symbols represent general identification as Christian, some symbols are specialized to represent different aspects of relig... More »

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The sacrament of Christian baptism has many associated signs, symbols and traditions. Most come from the Bible, while others hearken back to the earliest churches in Asia Minor. The most common baptismal symbols include ... More »

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Two of the most recognized Gaelic symbols are the Celtic cross, reflecting the belief in Christianity, and the Celtic knot, whose unending pattern represents the cycle of life. The shamrock, another common Gaelic symbol,... More »

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Examples of Chinese symbols include foo dogs, dragons, and the yin and yang circle. Foo dogs, which are actually lions, were placed as sentries outside of the palaces and homes of the Chinese aristocracy to let visitors ... More »

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