A wind rose is a vector character invented in the Middle Ages to help seafarers. The wind rose or compass rose symbolizes the four cardinal directions together with the interim. It thus shares the symbolic meaning of the circle, the center of the cross and sun rays wheel.
In many religions crescent symbolizes the constant rebirth and immortality. Christians worshiped the crescent as a symbol of the Virgin Mary, and in western Asia people believed that the crescent moon is a sign of cosmic forces. In Hinduism, the crescent moon was considered a symbol of control over the mind, and in Islam - the divine protection, growth and regeneration. Crescent with a star meant paradise.
The word "swastika" can be translated from Sanskrit as a greeting and wishing good luck. There are a lot of values of the swastika as the symbol, but the oldest of them are the movement, the life, the sun, light and prosperity.
All-seeing eye is a sign of the all-seeing and all-knowing God, who watches over humanity. In ancient Egypt, an analog-seeing eye was the Eye of Horus (Eye of Horus or the eye of Ra), which symbolized the different aspects of the divine order of the world. All-seeing eye, a refinement of the triangle is the symbol of Freemasonry.
In ancient Egypt, the cross was considered a divine sign and a symbol of life. In Assyria the cross enclosed in a circle, is the symbol of the sun-god. Residents of South America believed that the cross drives away evil spirits.
With the IV century, Christians adopted the cross, and its meaning has changed. In today's world the cross is associated with death and resurrection, as well as salvation and eternal life.