Circle – a symbol of perfection, the absence of distinction and division. The circular motion is perfect, unchanging, without beginning and end and without deviation: that is why it symbolizes time.
The circle also represents the cosmic sky; a symbol of the spiritual, invisible and transcendent world. In Zen Buddhism, drawings of concentric circles are often encountered, which symbolize the last stage of inner perfection, the achieved harmony of spirit. In Christian iconography, the motif of a circle symbolizes eternity; the three connected circles represent the trinity of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. For the Indians, the circle is a symbol of time, because the day, night and the moon are circles above the world, and the time of year the circle is around the edge of the world. The Celts have a magical function and value. Kukulon engraves an inscription in Ogham letters on a wooden circle to stop the Irish army attacking Ulster.
For them, it represents the magical limit of the insurmountable.
As a form that envelops it, it is also a symbol of protection and has been used for centuries as a talisman of protection – a defensive belt for individuals but also entire cities, temples … in order to prevent enemies, wandering souls and demons from penetrating. We are born in a circle, we live in a circle and it protects us.
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