Element Encyclopedia of Secret Signs and Symbols: The Ultimate A-Z Guide from Alchemy to the Zodiac

Element Encyclopedia of Secret Signs and Symbols: The Ultimate A-Z Guide from Alchemy to the Zodiac

by Adele Nozedar
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Element Encyclopedia of Secret Signs and Symbols: The Ultimate A-Z Guide from Alchemy to the Zodiac by Adele Nozedar

In this book you will find the definitive A-Z guide to the ancient meanings of signs and symbols, some of which have been lost for thousands of years. From different cultures and religions across the world, here are signs of magic and mystery, secret alphabets, scripts, and numerology. Find out why Masonic Temples have black and white checkered floors, where in the Natural World the Golden Mean can be found, why the pentagram is considered a magical symbol of power, and more.

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ISBN-13: 9780007298969
Publisher: Harper Element
Publication date: 03/28/2009

About the Author

Adele Nozedar has long been fascinated by the power of symbols and visual signs, which led her to the formal study of alchemy. She belongs to the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids and is a color therapist. Adele is also the author of The Secret Language of Birds.

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The Element Encyclopedia of Secret Signs and Symbols: The Ultimate A-Z Guide from Alchemy to the Zodiac 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
mistress_of_prose More than 1 year ago
I bought this book for research purposes. I am writing a fantasy novel, and I thought it would be helpful. It has some good information in it, but the organization is a bit lacking. I would much rather it have been in Dictionary format. There is no real way to look something up. You just have to keep flipping through until you find what you are looking for. Also, the information is a bit limited. I was hoping there would be more symbols. I didn't find as much of a need for this book as I would have liked.
Mythicdreamer More than 1 year ago
Secret Signs and Symbols is another great collection of information about mythology and imagery. Information that has taken me years of personal research to find, you can find here. I use it as a regular reference guide for increasing my general knowledge and looking up important facts. Any of the Elements of Encyclopedia series are a must have. They are all very well researched and written in clear and concise formats.
compostqueen More than 1 year ago
It's easy to search on words and find resources that educate you about language, but images present a problem. I picked this book up on a whim and find it useful and interesting. Images/signs are arranged by themes so its a bit difficult to look up a picture if you have no background info at all. Perusing the book, however, never fails to be interesting.
Sparrow20 More than 1 year ago
This is an wonderful book to keep in the private library. It is well organize in the defenitions of each simbol given. A must for those intrested in the occult as those in historical symbols.
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sam1973 More than 1 year ago
Basic reference book for kids to adults. Nice design and layout could be more indepth. If looking to add a little book to your reference library then go ahead and buy it.
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AuroraEH More than 1 year ago
Excellent book, I afraid however since 1 February, I have become a Books A Million Patron...The hours of our local bookstore have been cut back 2 hours 5 nights a week and 1 Hour 2 nights a week. We have complained to Customer Service reps and Managers, I have e-mailed Barnes Nobel with no response.

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Regards and Bright Blessings, Fellow Bookloving Aficionados.