Meaning of the cross symbol in magic

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the cross

The Cross.

The Cross has always been a favourite symbol. It was used by the sun-worshippers as a symbol of the sun, and their warriors carried the Cross upon their shields.

When writing their name, kings and nobles, when they could not write, used the sign of the Cross. That sign was used in breaking spells and for protection from evil spirits. In the East the Cross has been used as a talisman from time immemorial. The Eastern Cross as illustrated was worn as a charm against sickness, accidents and witchcraft, also to attract good fortune. Sentences from the Koran were often inscribed upon the small pendants to make the charm still more potent.

The cross that is most used is the Latin cross that represents Christ. This is the cross that Christ was crucified on. The cross that is most used is the Latin cross that represents Christ. This is the cross that Christ was crucified on. It also has the name “cross of calvary” and also “passion cross.” The cross sometimes shows the hand of the risen lord and is known as being the cross of resurrection. At times the cross takes the image of a tree - in that the branches show a crucifixion. This is known as the Tau Cross, which was covered in an earlier article. The cross did not become the supreme emblem or symbol of Christ for many years, through the 4th century.

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