Origin of islamic symbol allah

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Origin of islamic symbol allah

  1. 1. The Origin of the Islamic Symbol ALLAH has been the primary name of Almighty since the beginning of time as per the oldest living civilization on earth HINDUism [<Sanatana Dharma] . has been adapted by different religions in different ways.
  2. 2. mainly has 3 parts 1.Number 3 looking shape (feminine) 2.The snake – The masculine(which can be straight or curved) 3.Crescent moon(time) & the star (source of energy)(our sun is also a star hence it can represent sun or the star)
  3. 3. Few Important Symbols of Shiva 1.Snake 2.Trishul 3.Crescent moon 4.3rd eye 5.3 stripes of ash 6.Rudrax
  4. 4. Let us take Trident, Crescent Moon THE Feminine (Shakti) THE Masculine (Shiva)
  5. 5. MS Paint versions + 
  6. 6. Trishul+Crescent moon = + =
  7. 7. Sanskrit Numeric (AUM/OM)
  8. 8. Let us see the calligraphic way of Allah
  9. 9. Shiva’s weapon Trishul Shakti’s weapon sword Shiva’s Crescent moon THE masculine in is (numeric 7) THE feminine n is (numeric 6)
  10. 10. Allah in it’s simplest form is derived from (aum/om) and allah in it’s calligraphic or a more complex form is derived from +Trishul (& sword). Trishul is the weapon of Shiva THE Masculine or the Father [Pitr], Sword is the weapon of Shakti THE Feminine or the Mother [Mata/Matr]. Let us see other’s adaptation of in their belief.
  11. 11. in Sikhism in Jainism in Budhism
  12. 12. Aum / Om Namah Shivaya

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