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This page lists all the various symbols in the Miscellaneous category.

Symbols without any special category attribution but that are widely used worldwide.

Symbols in this category:

Hakkari-Gevaruk

A carving discovered at Hakkari-Gevaruk in Anatolia (modern-day Turkey). No contextual information known at this time.

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Hammer and Pick

The hammer and pick, rarely referred to as hammer and chisel, is a symbol of mining, often used in heraldry. It can indicate mining, mines (especially on maps or in cartography), or miners, and is also borne as a charge in the coats of arms of mining towns.

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Haute-Garonne #1

A symbol discovered on the wall of the Marsoulas cave in Haute-Garonne, southwestern France. No contextual information is known at this time.

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Haute-Garonne #2

A symbol discovered on the wall of the Marsoulas cave in Haute-Garonne, southwestern France. Although the image of a bison was portrayed below it, no contextual information is known at this time.

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Heart symbol

The heart symbol or "heart shape" (♥) is an ideograph used to express the idea of the "heart" in its metaphorical or symbolic sense as the center of emotion, including affection and love, especially (but not exclusively) romantic love.

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Heartagram

The heartagram is the trademarked symbol of HIM, created by Ville Valo.

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Hei Matau

A hei matau is a bone or greenstone carving in the shape of a highly stylised fish hook typical of the Māori people of New Zealand. They represent strength, good luck and safe travel across water.

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Heterosexual symbol

Heterosexual symbolism dates back to the earliest artifacts of humanity, with ritual fertility carvings and primitive rock art.

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Huelva

A Neolithic carving discovered in a location called Soto, near the city of Huelva in southwestern Spain. No contextual information known at this time.

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Hunab Ku

After being introduced to the concept by Hunbatz Men, who discussed this concept in his 1986 book Religión ciencia maya, Argüelles popularized Hunab Ku in his 1987 book The Mayan Factor. However, instead of Martínez' symbol, what Argüelles asserted was the "Hunab Ku" symbol was originally a rectangular design used by the Aztecs for a ritual cloak, known as the Mantle of Lip Plugs (or, arguably, mantle of "spider water"). The design survives today as a rug design being sold in central Mexico, but was associated with the Milky Way and the god Hunab Ku by Argüelles, who modified the symbol to look more like a circular motif evoking a yin and yang symbol as well as a spiral galaxy or the blood dropped by Hunab Ku on the bones that Quetzalcoatl took from Ah Puch to create humanity. It has become associated with Mayanism.

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Illuminati Brand: Air

One of four elemental brands used by the secret organization known as the Illuminati.

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Illuminati Brand: Earth

One of four elemental brands used by the secret organization known as the Illuminati.

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Illuminati Brand: Fire

One of four elemental brands used by the secret organization known as the Illuminati.

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Illuminati Brand: Water

One of four elemental brands used by the secret organization known as the Illuminati.

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