Our Sacred Symbols

The Hamsa of Wisdom

The Hamsa, in general, and the Hamsa of Wisdom in particular, is fast becoming the Symbol of the Divine Feminine for Sophian and Divine Feminine Christians and other Sophian devotees. The Hamsa of Wisdom with the owl (see link below) is symbolic of Sophia.

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The Hamsa is an ancient, pre-Judaic, sacred symbol of the Goddess, although many think of it as simply a good luck charm.

It became sacred to the three main Abrahamic religions. In Judaism, it is known as the Hand of Miriam; in Islam, it is the Hand of Fatima and in Christianity, it is known as the Hand of Mary. In the modern era, it is becoming known as the Hand of Sophia. The Hand represents Her Protection and Presence.

The equi-armed solar cross with the arms extending beyond the circle. This symbol is highly symbolic.