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Sun Rays and Halos
Sun rays and halos are both sun worship symbols. The round halo is a representation of the sun disk which was worshiped in ancient times. Halos and rays are used throughout Eastern religions and prolifically in the Catholic Church. The Statue of Liberty given the United States by the nation of France also exhibits the sun worship symbols of the sun rays around her head. Paganism is still alive today. Many of the images in this album are featured in Amazing Discoveries' Total Onslaught: The Wine of Babylon lecture. Purchase The Wine of Babylon DVD or view the lecture online.
Image of Christ with straight and wavy sun rays. The straight rays represent the male, and the wavy rays represent the female. Copyright Amazing Discoveries.
A sacred heart, the letters SFS, and sun rays emanate from the center of this monstrance, a Catholic vessel used to display the Eucharistic host. This particular monstrance is also interesting because it shows both the male and female rays emanating from it. Source: Great Controversy Picture CD, LLT Productions.
Apollo, the sun god, one facet of the pagan trinity. Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Mary in Cologne, Germany. Copyright Amazing Discoveries.