What is the symbolism of a triangle?
A triangle can be a symbol of masculine while the circle is the feminine.
The triangle has been since early civilizations, the symbol of the trilogy or the triad that makes all existence possible. It has been interpreted as:
- The father, the mother and the son
- The Father the Son and the Holy Spirit
- The male, the female and the creative power
- The sky, the earth and the living creatures
- The union of two that creates the third
- The perfect union when two become one
- The prayer elevated from all Earth to the one God
- The power of the One to become All
- Each moment of Life where you can take two decisions or ways
- An upside down triangle is the Pagan symbol for a woman, while a right side up triangle is the symbol for a male
-pointing up Success
-pointing down Failure
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\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \na triangle usually represents the trinity (Father,Son,Holy Spirit)\nI also remember learning some biblical fact about the significance of left …handed people, and having the tattoo on the right hand may be the counterpart of that fact, but I'm not completely sure about the hand part.\n. \n Answer \n. \nA better answer is "ask the person." Tattoos are generally meaningful for reasons known only to the person wearing them; triangle symbology could have any number of meanings and the choice of placement could simply be a personal choice.
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standard heat of formation in a compound.
The Star of David, or Magen David, is composed by overlaying two equiliteral triangles, to form a hexagram, or six-pointed star. The image itself is not Jewish in origin: in t…he Hellenistic world, hexagrams like this were used by all religions. In the Middle Ages, Jews, Christians and Muslims all used them to ward off demons and fires. Gradually the hexagram began to be associated with Judaism. In the fourteenth century, Jewish mystical texts began associating the hexagram image with the shield of God used to protect King David. The Star of David first appeared on a Jewish flag in Prague in 1527 when Enlightenment Jews needed a symbol equivalent to the cross to indicate that Judaism was a religion, not a race.
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit - The Trinity.. ...as well as MANY other meanings.
The Triforce from Legend of Zelda.
Upright triangle: spirit, divinity According to ancient beliefs, an upright equilateral triangle, with one point at the top and two at the base, is a male and solar symbol …representing spirit, divinity, fire, life, prosperity and harmony. In contrast, the reversed triangle is female and lunar, representing mother earth, water, rain and grace. In Christianity and Judaism, a triangle is often used as a symbol for God and the holy trinity, and in magic it was seen as representing the element fire (with a downward meaning water). When upright and downward triangles are put together, they form the Star of David and symbolize balance and knowledge. Having the symbol in your life can be used to denote a connection with, or interest in, spirit and the spiritual realm. Upside down triangle: The alchemical/magical symbol for water is an inverted triangle, symbolizing downward flow. The downward pointing triangle is an ancient symbol of femininity, being a representation of female genitalia.
I believe it means 'change'
the temperature has changed
In Math and Arithmetic
The Greek letter Delta is written as a triangle.
In Math and Arithmetic
I am trying to find the same answer, I don't really think thee is one honestly. I have an assignment for geometry 10th grade that asks for a notation. I can't find the answer …anywhere. Sorry :/
In Waste and Recycling
Yes, if the symbol is shaped like a triangle, green, and has three arrows on it, it means to please recycle.
In The Illuminati
Well what the herders of the gullible would say is to make atriangle using the forefingers and thumbs with both hands, thenlook through it with one eye. The problem is, the on…ly symbolassociated with the Illuminati was the Owl of Minerva. Perhaps nineyears of existence at the end of the 18th century was not longenough to develop many symbols.