The words "Allah" in Arabic script or characters can be regarded as visually representing Islam as a symbol.



The word angel derives from the Greek Angelos, meaning "messenger." It is used in the Bible to denote God's attendants, with angels often depicted as being guardians of humans



The Ankh is one of the most recognizable symbols from ancient Egypt, known as "the key of life" or the "cross of life", and dating from the Early Dynastic Period.



A Buddha is one who has attained Bodhi; and by Bodhi is meant wisdom, an ideal state of intellectual and ethical perfection which can be achieved by man through purely human means.



the principal symbol of the Christian religion, recalling the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ and the redeeming benefits of his Passion and death. The cross is a sign both of Christ himself and of the faith of Christians.



A crown is a traditional symbolic form of headwear, or hat, worn by a monarch or by a deity, for whom the crown traditionally represents power, legitimacy, victory, triumph, honor, and glory, as well as immortality, righteousness, and resurrection.



The Diamond, in its rarity and beauty, is a symbol of purity and innocence, of love and fidelity, and embraces the strength of character, ethics, and faithfulness to oneself and others. It is indicative of the loving and open nature with which one came into the physical realm and encourages the aspect of truth and trust.



In almost every part of the world, the Dragonfly symbolizes change, transformation, adaptability, and self-realization



Wisdom & Loyalty: Elephant symbolism also represents sensitivity, wisdom, stability, loyalty, intelligence, peace, reliability and determination, which are all seen in the animal's nature when observed in the wild. ... In many cultures, elephants are revered and highly respected due to their symbolic meaning.


Eye of Horus:
The Eye of Horus is one of the best-known symbols of ancient Egypt. Known also as the Wadjet, this magical symbol is believed to provide protection, health, and rejuvenation.


Gye Nyame:

The gye nyame symbol is probably the best-known adinkra symbol from Ghana. It means “except for God” and signifies the all-knowing power of God. It is used in decorations, clothing, and artwork. It is a reflection of the religious character of the Ghanaian people.



The Hamsa Hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolizing the Hand of God. In all faiths, it is a protective sign. It brings its owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.


Infinity Sign:

The infinity symbol, a figure eight on its side, variously signifies the concept of limitlessness or eternity, especially as used notationally in mathematics and metaphorically with respect to love.



The I in man, the self, the directive power, raised to divine understanding and power--the I AM identity.



The Symbol brings special graces from the Virgin Mary. It is often worn to help strengthen the faith of a person in the Catholic tradition but can be worn by anyone with a Christian affiliation and respect for the Blessed Mother.



Nefertiti, whose name means "a beautiful woman has come," was the queen of Egypt and wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten during the 14th century B.C. She and her husband established the cult of Aten, the sun god, and promoted Egyptian artwork that was radically different from its predecessors.



The owl spirit animal represents the deep connection that you share with wisdom, good judgment, and knowledge.



The spider in animal totem language represents a symbol of mystery, mystic power, and spiritual growth.



Meanings of Colors



Grounding, Focus, & Survival



Trust, Loyalty, Wisdom, Confidence, Intelligence, Faith, Truth, & Heaven



Growth, Harmony, Freshness, Safety, Fertility, & The Environment



Caring, Compassion, Unconditional Love & Understanding



Royalty, Nobility, Luxury, Power, & Ambition



Energy, War, Danger, Strength, Power, Determination as well as Passion, Desire, & Love



Color of Perfection



Happiness, Positivity, Clarity, Energy, Optimism, Enlightenment, Remembrance, Intellect, & Loyalty