What is a Suncross? A suncross is a cross centered
inside a circle or wheel. The word "Cross" is
derived from the Sumerian word "Garza", which
means Staff or Scepter of the Sun God and the King
because Kings were believed to be embodiments of god for
the ancients. It is one of the most ancient symbols known
to man found in many distant places across the planet.
The suncross has a long tradition of use in spiritual
healing, meditational Yoga, divination, ancient sciences,
as a Mandala or an instrument in a non-dualistic worldview called Suncross Logic or
Quadrary Logic. Due to widespread use and history of the
cross in every corner of the planet, the cross represents
unity in diversity. And that was also the spirit
of most ancient religions, which respected many gods,
many world views and never held wars over spiritual
The author and statue of Svetovid
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|
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