The Eternal flame burning at the top is the
symbol of enlightenment and the light of Hermes.
The pinecone surmounting the staff is the thursis,
symbol of Dionysus as well as the symbol of rebirth (pinecones
release their seeds under fire, similar to the rebirth of the
The Lunar crescent on top of the staff is a
symbol of the Goddess.
The double headed axe – the Labrys –
is an ancient symbol of the Goddess, and in modern times of Dianic
Craft, Warrior Women and of the Sibylline Order.
The Ankh formed by the blades and the top is
the symbol of eternal life through reincarnation in the womb of
The two blades symbolize:
The balance between the Goddess and the God, male and female
The power of both male and female joined and apart
The cutting edge of reason (Hermes)
The Warrior – the willingness to fight to protect home,
family, Self, and freedom (real freedom – the freedoms guaranteed
by the Constitution, to be left alone, to speak without fear,
to live, and to worship as you please.)
The ovaries and testes (sexuality)
The Triple Goddess (Maiden, Mother, Crone) at the top of the
The Hindu principle of illumination through the female principle.
The dual nature of the God is representational through the double
edged blade as well as the placement of two flutes.
The two snakes coil around each other 7 times,
symbolizing the 7 chakras, the 7planets (traditional), and the
male and female energies of Kundalini intertwined and enlightened.
They are black and white - dual natures.
The symbols in the center of the blade are:
The descending triangle of water - the triangle being the oldest
image for "woman" or Goddess and water being linked
to the waters of life.
Inside the symbol for the planet Venus is repeated three times
as a symbol of the The Triple Goddess.
They surround and form the symbol of the Sun - the God
The flutes are symbolic of the arts and they
are the instrument of the God Pan, God of nature and also the
Greek word for “All.”
93 Stars are in the background field, - 11
large stars (some are hidden by the earth). The number of Will
and Love, and the number of the Goddess and the God.
A field of green, symbolizing Earth, set in
the Universe, is the backdrop for the emblem.