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Winged Sun Disk or Winged Sun

Ancient signs and symbols

The winged sun disk is found in ancient Egyptian, Sumerian, Mesopotamian, Hittite, Anatolian, Persian (Zoroastrian), South American and even Australian symbolism and has many variations. In the Victorian era it was transformed into a Christian symbol, symbolizing the life-giving power of God.
According to one version, the winged disc represents the sun at the time of  eclipse, and the wings and sometimes tail of the bird display elements of the solar corona, which is visible at the moment of total eclipse. According to another version, disk depicts a mythical celestial body of Nibiru, which is described in the mythology of the Ancient East. More believable and frequent
interpretations of this symbol, however, is its comparison with the sky, the sun, solar power and renewal of life or divinity, majesty, power and eternity of the spirit. Sometimes winged disk consider as a stylized image of eagle's wings.
In ancient Egypt, winged sun was associated with Ra-Horahti  and Horus Behdetskiy (according to the majority of Egyptologists, they belonged to the gods of the sun).
Quite often it is accompanied by one or two uraeus of cobras on each side, and one or two Ankhs. A variation of the sun disk with wings, apparently, are the images of the goddess of truth, justice, harmony of the universe, divine order and ethical norms of Maat, which is often shown with arms or less often, half-bent wings, and the patron of Upper Egypt heavenly mother goddess of Nehbet in a kind of a kite, Egyptian vulture or falcon with outspread wings and often a solar disk on his head. There are images of the ancient god of the rising sun, Khepri who is associated with rebirth, resurrection and new life as a winged scarab.

In the book "Earth before the Flood - the world of sorcerers and werewolves" I showed that Ra-Horahti  and Horus Behdetskiy likely belonged to Adityas (although we cannot exclude that they belong to Daityas or Danavas).  Maat and Nehbet likely belonged to Apsaras. And as I said, and Adityas and Apsaras were among sun or celestial gods, who from time immemorial lived on the
northern continent of Hyperborea.
In Sumer and Mesopotamia winged sun was associated with the sun god Shamash (without the human figure) and the Assyrian supreme god Ashur (with the human figure), which corresponded to the Sumerian supreme god Enlil. In Urartu, there was a state that existed in the 1 millennium BC in the Armenian highlands, with the sun god Shivini. All of them belonged to the sun or celestial gods.


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