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Star of Lakshmi
The Star of Lakshmi is a complex {8/2} star figure (i.e. two squares with the same centre at 45° angles), and figures in Hinduism, where it represents Ashtalakshmi, the eight forms, or "kinds of weal…
In geometry, an octagram is an eight-sided star polygon.
Ishtar star
Simplified version of the ancient Mesopotamian eight-pointed star symbol of the goddess Ishtar (Inana/Inanna), representing the planet Venus as morning or evening star.
Star of Venus
The Star of Venus also called the Star of Ishtar is an ancient symbol originating in Iraq used as early as 2000 BCE that represents the planet Venus, historically to represent the Babylonian and Assy…
Symbol of Chaos
The Symbol of Chaos originates from Michael Moorcock's Eternal Champion stories. In them, the Symbol of Chaos comprises eight arrows in a radial pattern. In contrast, the symbol of Law is a single up…
Saint John's Arms
Saint John's Arms, a.k.a Cross of St John and Viking magic ideogram, used today in cartography and as traffic sign for ancient remains.
No Clouds
No Clouds
1\8th skycover
1/8th skycover
4\8ths skycover
4/8ths skycover
5\8ths skycover
5/8ths skycover
7\8ths skycover
7/8ths skycover
8\8ths skycover
8/8ths skycover (completely overcast)
Sky Obscured
Sky Obscured (used when a surface-based weather phenomena (i.e. fog, dust, etc.) blocks the view of the sky)
Five-pointed star
A five-pointed star (☆) is a common ideogram used throughout the world. If the colinear edges are joined together a pentagram is produced.
A star is an ideograph whose outer edge forms a symmetrical polygon (usually rotationally so, but if not, bilaterally) whose vertices alternate between joining outward- and inward-pointing pairs of e…
Radioactive trefoil symbol
The international radiation symbol (also known as trefoil) first appeared in 1946, at the University of California, Berkeley Radiation Laboratory.
The olive branch
The olive branch is usually a symbol of peace or victory and was historically worn by brides and virgins. This symbol, deriving from the customs of Ancient Greece, is strongest in Western culture. Ho…
Shell Logo
The Shell logo is one of the most familiar commercial symbols in the world.
Vertical Bar
The vertical bar (|) is a character with various uses in mathematics, computing, and typography. It may be called by various other names including the polon, pipe (by the Unix community, referring t…
A lozenge (◊), often referred to as a diamond, is a form of rhombus. The definition of lozenge is not strictly fixed, and it is sometimes used simply as a synonym (from the French losange) for rhombu…
The Audi Car Symbol
The four rings of the Audi logo each represent one of four car companies that banded together to create Audi's predecessor company, Auto Union.
The Dodge Symbol
For 1932 Dodge cars adopted a leaping ram as the car's hood ornament. Starting with the 1940 models the leaping ram became more streamlined and by 1951 only the head, complete with curving horns, rem…
The Mazda Car Symbol
A redesigned Mazda symbol was introduced in 1997. It's a stylized, winged "M" meant to show Mazda stretching its wings for the future. The wings are also symbolic of the Zoroastrian - Mazda - Guardia…
The Citroen Symbol
The origin of the logo may be traced back to a trip made by the 22-year-old André Citroën to Łódź city, Poland, where he discovered an innovative design for a chevron-shaped gear used in milling. He …
The Trefoil Symbol
Trefoil (from Latin trifolium, "three-leaved plant", French trèfle, Italian trifoglio, German Dreiblatt and Dreiblattbogen) is a graphic form composed of the outline of three overlapping rings used i…