The Migration of Symbols - 1894
Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 1994 - Social Science - 312 pages
The author, a Grand Master of Belgian Freemasonry, was universally recognized as the greatest living exponent of symbols. "By symbolism the simplest, commonest, objects are transformed, idealized, and acquire a new and illimitable value. Men everywhere are either choosing natural or artificial objects to remind them of the Great Hidden One." Contents: On Symbols Common to Different Races; On the Gammadion of Swastika; On the Causes of Alteration in the Meaning and Form of Symbols; Symbolism and Mythology of the Tree; On the Tansmutation of Symbols; On the Winged Globe, the Caduceus, and The Trisula, Addenda; Index. Illustrated.
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Despite its age, The Migration of Symbols is still an interesting and useful book. It is apparently unequalled as a general source of information on certain ...
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The Migration of Symbols . Count Goblet D'Alviella . Review by Gordon F. Ekholm · Full-Text on JSTOR · Add to my favorites · Email to a friend ...
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Swastika and Sauwastika
As Goblet d'Alviella in The Migration of Symbols, makes clear. "In India, it bears the name of Swastika when the arms are bent towards the right (fig. ...
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From The Migration of Symbols [and their Relations to Beliefs and Customs] by Donald A. mackenzie, Alfred A. Knopf, NY, 1926, p. 3: ...
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The Migration of Symbols, by Count Goblet D’Alviella review by Jim Tresner in The Scottish Rite Journal, February 1998 ...
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Art History & Reference Series, 36) by Eugene Goblet D'Alviella, The Migration of Symbols by Count Goblet D'Alviella (siehe Werk) ...