Spiritual Symbols: With their Meanings

Front Cover
Artof4Elements, 2018 M02 14 - 310 pages
According to the Ancient Egyptian Myth the hieroglyphic script was invented by the God Thoth. We all remember 1,000 distinct characters of formal writing system used by pharaohs. Now, cursive hieroglyphs were used for religious literature on papyrus and wood, this is what researchers now call “the Proto-Canaanite alphabet”, the term used for inscriptions older than around 1050 BC that later evolved into the Phoenician alphabet. Again, lots of countries, governments, scientists, religion leaders wish to claim the invention of the alphabet. What about Vinča's Neolithic (Serbian Danube) pottery scripts also found in China? Vinča's sophisticated carved statues signs, 100s of Canaan letters, Phoenicians Arabic, Ionic, Cyrillic, Aramaic, Chinese, Hebrew. 

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2018)

Nataša Pantović MSc Economics, Maltese Serbian Novelist, Management Consultant, Adoptive Parent, and Ancient Worlds’ Consciousness Researcher.

THANK YOU for visiting my author page! As you read this I'll probably be researching ancient Greek comparing Chinese characters with Serbian Cyrillic from my stone house in Sliema, Malta built in 1938 called Brighton House. When I lived in England, for 3 years, heading the business development of a 150 consultants large IT Company in Ascot, Brighton was the place I cherished the most for its alternative and artistic vibes.


Fast-backward nearly two decades from this day in a similar stone house in Sliema, named Arborea, I find myself on a slightly different pursuit, Alchemy, still comparing sacred symbols and researching sounds, frequencies. My fascination is fixed, defining a complete theory!

As a human being who spend many hours struggling to comprehend whether life has some deeper meaning, in a diary, when only 35, I wrote, "I believe that left vs right, north vs south expressed through the Ancient Egyptian aNX or Christian cross, can coexist and influence the other in positive ways. There must be a balance.”


Published Author since 1991, a layman theosophist or a spare-time archaeologist, still researching original artefacts, listening to the sounds of Orthodox Slavs Christian Prayers, closely examining symbols of Ancient China, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, or Malta.

Simply put, a theosophist, derived from the Greek theos “god” and sophia “wisdom”, is understood to mean the one who studies the “divine wisdom.” It is the portal to „divine knowledge“ through which we hoped to discover, the true nature of consciousness.

Listening to the sacred code of languages’ development, I seek to answer the eternal question: is there the possible existence of something beyond all of this. For me, theosophy and archaeology are tools by which we can make the invisible visible. As Hesse wrote in his masterpiece The Glass Bead Game: “There is truth, my boy... You should long for the perfection of yourself.”

Bibliographic information