In the Egyptian ornament in the image on the left below, you can see the scarab, a winged symbol with an insect in the middle, above which the Eye of Horus, and above it, the design of an elongated crescent moon pointing upwards. Also, although it is difficult to see in this image, two Uraeus snakes can be seen on the left and right of the eyes of Horus and on the left and right of the scarab. The image on the right is Uraeus. In other words, there are two pairs of snakes in two places. In other words, all the designs seen here are common symbols.

Mesopotamia is where you can see Gobeklitepe and Jiroft culture handbags and eagles, and Egyptian winged sun and eagles at the same time. There are two eagle humans with handbags on the left and right, and a winged sun with a person on it can be seen in the upper center.

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In addition to the eagle human with a handbag, it is also depicted as an ordinary human face or as an apcaruru dressed as a fish, and a winged sun can also be seen together.

A symbol with 16 petals (hanabira) can be seen on the arm holding the handbag in relief of Mesopotamia. The same thing is the Japanese emperor's chrysanthemum flower crest, which also has 16 petals.

A Mesopotamian eagle human has a handbag in one hand and a pine cone in the other.


The tree in the middle drawn together is the "Tree of Life". Tree worship is also seen all over the world, and trees such as nut palm, fig, olive, oak, tonerico, kisukanu, and sacred fig are worshiped as space trees and world trees.

The pine cone symbol often found in Mesopotamia can also be found on the thumb of the "Hand of Savagios" in ancient Greek and Roman times. There are several types of this hand, but each has several symbols.

Two snake wands, Caduceus, can also be seen in the hands of Sabagios, and it can be seen that this is also a collection of common symbols.

A crescent moon can also be seen on the head of Sabagios on his hand.

The lizards found in the hands of Sabagios can also be found in the stone pillars of Gobeklitepe.

In addition to this, there are countless numbers such as a snake, an eagle's leg, a frog, a turtle, a goat, a balance, and a woman lying down while breastfeeding, and each symbol can be seen in excavated items from each country.

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Sabagios has also been found as a human figure, and pine cones and eagles can also be seen here. This Sabagios itself is also a symbol.

In addition, to the left of this statue of Sabagios, you can see a snake wrapped around a wooden stick. In other words, one snake on the wand is the rod of Asclepius, and the two snakes on the wand are Caduceus, which are common symbols for both types.

Aeon can see one snake and two snakes at the same time. A sculpture of two snakes at his feet, one snake wrapped around his lower body to the top of his head.


Kudurru British Museum ) of Nebkadnetzar I of Mesopotamia around 1120 BC also has a common symbol. Here, a snake, a crescent moon, two lion faces, a bird, a turtle, and a scorpion overlap with the symbols we've seen so far.

The person with the bow and arrow in the second row from the bottom of the image above can also be seen as a person riding on a winged sun elsewhere. The person with the bow in the image on the left is the Ashur god who protects the city of Assur in Mesopotamia. The winged sun in the image on the right is from the Achaemenid Persian city of Persepolis, and is the guardian spirit of Zoroastrian Fravashi. It is said to be a spiritual being that dwells in all things in this world and causes all natural phenomena. Living in the universe is common to the eight million gods of Japanese Shinto.

The next diamond-shaped decoration at the bottom of the winged sun in Persepolis can also be seen in the stone pillars of Gobeklitepe in Turkey. In other words, the diamond-shaped decoration and the weight below it are also common symbols.

Also, the straw hanging from the Japanese shimenawa, which represents rain, has the same design as this weight and is a common symbol.Shimenawa

In the next Mesopotamian cylinder seal, you can see the winged sun and the crescent moon, which are drawn with a common symbol.

There are seven stars to the left of the winged sun of the cylinder seal above this, and an octagram can be seen at the right end. This is also summarized as a symbol figure on the next Mesopotamian bronze amulet (Iraq, around 800 BC, Louvre Museum collection) The genie Pazuzu who has this figure has a lion face , Aeon has a lion face, and two lions are drawn on the handbag of Jiroft culture. Octagrams can be seen under the face of this Pazuzu, and seven stars can The symbols of God are lined up at the top. In this figure, you can also see the winged sun, crescent moon, apcaruru dressed as a fish, and a bow and arrow that we have seen so far.

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In the next Mesopotamian relief, you can see a dodecagram in the crescent moon, and a ladder symbol at the bottom.

In addition, he has a cross on his chest and a wand with In addition, he has a cross on his chest and a wand with a round ball in his left hand.

There is also a relief of a person holding this round ball wand and a pomegranate, and a relief of a person in a winged sun holding a pomegranate.

This pomegranate is also found at the entrance to the Solomon's Temple, which is said to have been in Jerusalem, and is called BOAZ and JACHIN.
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Solomon's Temple