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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:

Mjolnir

In Norse mythology, Mjolnir is the hammer of Thor, the Norse god of thunder. Distinctively shaped, Mj

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Monad of Dr. John Dee

Although this symbol dates back less than five hundred years, the components it consists of, as well as the meanings of those components, are significantly older.

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Mont Bégo #1

A carving discovered on the face of Mont Bégo in southwestern France, in the Vallée des Merveilles ("Valley of Marvels"). No contextual information known at this time.

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Mont Bégo #3

A carving discovered on the face of Mont Bégo in southwestern France, in the Vallée des Merveilles ("Valley of Marvels"). No contextual information known at this time.

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Mont Bégo #2

A carving discovered on the face of Mont Bégo in southwestern France. It was found amidst a number of carvings from the Neolithic era, but it could easily have been carved at later date. No major contextual information is known at this time.

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Moonstone

Like many gemstones, the moonstone possesses a number of different symbolic meanings.

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Niaux

An image from the Cave of Niaux in southwestern France, probably created around ten thousand years ago by the local Cro-Magnon population.

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Obelisk

The obelisk is an architectural feature that originated in ancient Egypt. Although simple in design, the crafting and transportation of these monolithic masterpieces was a highly involved process, and the form itself took on a number of important symbolic meanings.

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Object replacement character

The object replacement character (), sometimes used to represent an embedded object in a document when it is converted to plain text.

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Obsidian

Obsidian is one of nature’s more curious products. Smooth to the touch, it can hold a razor sharp edge, but cracks and flakes under less pressure than most other stones. Nonetheless, it has a very long history of use by humans, and possesses a number of symbolic meanings.

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Opal

Opal is one of the “oddballs” of the gemstone family. Composed primarily of hardened silica, its water content is much higher than most crystalline gems (around 10% of the total mass of many specimens). This makes opals fairly fragile and can cause them to crack easily. On the other hand, opals' high water content and delicate silica structure- which causes their characteristic rainbow coloring- are both key contributors to the stone's symbolic meaning.

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Organization Of Petroleum Exporting Countries

This is the logo of the Organization Of Petroleum Exporting Countries(OPEC)

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Painted Cave

A symbol from the Painted Cave area near Santa Barbara, California, likely created by the Native American Chumash people. No contextual information known at this time.

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Paralympic Symbol

The symbol of the Paralympic Games is composed of three "agitos", colored red, blue, and green, encircling a single point, on a white field.

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Pearl

Although pearls are not technically 'stones' in the way many other gems are, they still carry a wealth of symbolic meaning. In certain cultures, these beauties are accorded particularly high status, on par with and occasionally surpassing their crystalline brethren.

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