ANSWERS: 6
  • Isn't that yield when entering a roundabout?
  • It has to do with sobriety.
  • It is a symbol used by Alcoholic's Anonymous, but it precedes AA. "The triangle represent the union of body, mind, and spirit, the circle stands for the Divine. In ceremonial magick the spirit summoned by the magician is contained within this symbol so that it cannot escape Thus this symbol is one of protection and power that long preceded it's use by Alcoholic's Anonymous. For AA it stands for the integration of personality." http://www.markdefrates.com/pages/aa.html Here's AAs statement: "The circle stands for the whole world of A.A., and the triangle stands for A.A.'s Three Legacies of Recovery, Unity, and Service. Within our wonderful new world, we have found freedom from our fatal obsession. That we have chosen this particular symbol is perhaps no accident. The priests and seers of antiquity regarded the circle enclosing the triangle as a means of warding off spirits of evil, and A.A.'s circle and triangle of Recovery, Unity, and Service has certainly meant all of that to us and much more." http://www.indyaa.org/more%20about%20aa/symbol_of_aa.htm
  • I think it JUMP/CLIMB on my PS3...
  • Former British stop sign consisting of red "Give Way" triangle inside a circle. Commonly seen in the Bahamas today. This sign, with "STOP", was common in Europe until the 1970s. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_sign http://www.historyofthebutton.com/2007/01/30/printer-icons-design-by-habit/ High lady of knowledge and magic. Her symbol is a triangle inside a circle; this is also used by her three children who rule the three realms of magic, but hers is always shown in a neutral color. Priests and priestesses of Kelwyth often serve as teachers, and are easily identified by their gray and white robes. http://members.aol.com/editchburn/auria/gods.html ALCHEMY: This simple 17th century "sign" illustrates the blending of geometric shapes, elemental symbols and astrological signs. Each part representing the various "elements" and forces needed for magical work in the quest for physical transformation and spiritual illumination and immortality. Many medieval alchemists based their philosophies on mystical traditions rooted in the Kabbala (Jewish mysticism), Hermetic magic and the occult practices of ancient civilizations such as Egypt and China. http://www.crossroad.to/Books/symbols1.html http://www.fiberalchemy.com/NewWebsite/FireTemple.html It is a Tantric sign called Mandala for Hindus and Buddhists. http://www.search.com/search?q=mandala
  • The symbol is comprised of basic gestalts, and have been in use since the beginning of recorded history. Gestalts carry dual meanings within themselves. Fire is usually associated with the triangle, which can be both a sign for passion and also interpreted as a sign for danger. The circle can denote god, but can also denote staying in one place, or being trapped in an endless cycle.

Copyright 2020, Wired Ivy, LLC

Answerbag | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy