Circle Symbolism

Wheel of Life
Wheel of Life

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A Seeker's Thoughts
The Circle is an unbroken line which has no beginning, no end and no direction. Because of these attributes, The Circle represents a completeness which encompasses all space and Time.

Circle -
A circle is a special ellipse in which the two foci are coincident and the eccentricity is 0. Circles are conic sections attained when a right circular cone is intersected by a plane perpendicular to the axis of the cone.

The Circle, The Wheel of Fortune & The Rose Window
The circle is considered a symbol of unity, because all the regular polygons are embraced by the circle. It is also the symbol of infinity, without beginning or end, perfect, the ultimate geometric symbol.

The Circle: Paradox and Paradigm
The circle is an object of nature, an idealization of pure mathematics, and a symbol or framework we use to understand and describe our world.

The Coinherence Symbol
The Coinherence Symbol combines at least eleven separate symbols (some observers may discern more) related to at least thirteen major religious traditions in such a way as to represent simultaneously the full and autonomous presence of each tradition and their intimate interrelation, each inside the other, in the mode of coinherence.

Circle Meanings and Symbolism
Stand behind the eyes of the first hominin. Look out into the skies through these primitive eyes. With not-so-primitive understanding, you will see your first circles - the moon, the sun, the dots in the skies as planets, stars, and realize a grandeur that can be spoken in a circular language.