Ancient Crete: Tying a Sacred Knot
Today's post over at the Minoan Path blog explores one of the more unusual aspects of Minoan religious symbolism: the sacral knot.
This kind of knot appears on the famous snake goddess figurines, frescoes and seal rings. It may be related to the Egyptian tyet symbol associated with Isis. To learn more about this intriguing object and how it can be incorporated into modern Paganism, click on over to the article:
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