The Feathered Sun – the Black Sun – as a Plains Indian symbol with stylized feathers pointing both inwards and outwards; inward towards the centre and outward to the circumference; it combines the symbols of the sun and the eagle and depicts the universe; the center; solar power; radiation of power; majesty. Anyone who has bothered to think minimally about the History, the World and the whole Universe, perceive, inevitably, two forces faced with terrifying stubbornness. One of these forces descended from “high” and identifies with the luminous, solar, the heavenly, spiritual, the Olympic, the will, the symbol of the eagle, the center of the circle and “ultraviolet” and divine that it is above the merely physical senses can perceive. The other force rises from “low” and identifies with the dark, the moon and night, the earthly, the material, the underworld, the instinct, the snake, the exterior of the circle and, in short, the “infrared” and demonic that is below of what the senses can perceive. Between the two territories-center and outside, inside and outside, above and below, immortality and death – it is created a vital tension that is life, movement and activity: they are the twelve rays of the Black Sun. The black sun derived from irradiated discs found in the Nordic cultures of the Bronze Age considered ancestors of the Indo-European. It represents the archetype of the twelve disciples around the teacher, and the most obvious analogy is found in the twelve knights of the Round Table plus Arthur, the king and center. It is also a sign of inner and esoteric, that which radiates from the inside to out, the center of the Earth, as well as the superposition of three swastikas (one ascending, one balanced and one west), the sun “inside” buried on the matter (the spirit) as opposed to the sun “outside” (God). The black sun is many things, but above all is an outer shell owned by the vital light that radiates from a fixed center: it is the matter. The Black Sun, also referred to as the Sonnenrad (Sun Wheel), is a symbol of the sun and has long been a symbol of power, magic, and solar significance as the sun is often represented in black. The symbol has many different meanings including esoteric and occult significance, but is also open to personal interpretation and meaning. The term “sun wheel” comes from the solar cross, which was a calendar used to mark the solstices and equinoxes in pre-Christian European cultures. The original artifacts with the symbol are of the early medieval period, and represented the visible sun or the cycle of the Earth’s seasons.
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