Origins of the Yin and Yang symbol, the symbol of the Sumerian god Anu

Origins of the Yin and Yang symbol, the symbol of the Sumerian god Anu

Though the yin and yang is associated with duality deities like the sumerian god Anu who stands on another god who is a bull (alot like how in greek mythology the goddess Europa rides a bull.)

The yin and yang symbol is clearly just another symbol for the constellation of Orion and represents the stars Alnilam and Mintaka in Orion's belt.

So it doesnt represent duality at all, even though nowadays it does...

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 Filed under: Symbols, Origins of the Yin and Yang symbol, Duality, alpha and omega, Sumerian Tablets, Anu, nuwa and fuxi, symbols for the constellation of Orion

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Tarheel: SO FAR, Orion is part of 3682 conspiracies you divulged.

Dont forget, there are layers of meaning in the symbols.
You simply are NOT going to let us forget about Orion, are you?
Keep up the good work, GT.
BUT, One wonders,why dont you divulge more Sirius references?

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