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The Memorial to the murdered Cathars of Montségur near

Stele - noun: An upright stone or pillar, having an inscription or a sculptured surface, serving as a monument. Also called stela. central core of a the stem or root of a vascular plant.

Saturn; nude WL male figure, walking to l in a landscape; holding a scythe in his l hand and one of his children by his l foot in his r hand; a ram at his feet; from a series of seven engravings.  1533 Engraving

Heinrich Aldegrever - The Seven Planets, Sol - enthroned at right, wearing a crown and holding a sceptre; Phaeton kneeling in front of him. Luna - nude whole-length female figure holding a moon sickle in her right hand; a harbour in background.

The planet Saturn is depicted as the Roman god Saturnus, holding his symbolic attributes, a sickle and scythe; at left, a half-human, half-fish figure pouring water from a vessel representing the zodiacal sign of Aquarius and a goat representing Capricorn (the signs are governed by Saturn); from a series of seven woodcuts in the school/style of Lucas Cranach the Younger, 1550–70. (British Museum)

WL figure, turned to l, holding a sickle and scythe; at left a half human, half fish figure pouring water from a vessel representing Aquarius and a goat representing Capricorn; from a series of seven woodcuts. Woodcut and letterpress

Gnostic Gem Showing the Lion-Faced Deity Laldabaoth (Sophia’s Son) - (Paris: F. Delaulne, 1719) - Grant desribes him as "Abraxas, or Abrasax, a lion-headed deity whom the Gnostics sometimes called "Aeon". Abraxas is the Logos, the Aeon, and Harpocrates".

Gnostic Gem Showing the Lion-Faced Deity Laldabaoth (Sophia’s Son) - (Paris: F. Delaulne, - also form of Agathodaemon - presiding spirit of the vineyards and grainfields and a personal companion spirit, ensuring good luck, health, and wisdom

Secrets of the Rosicrucians, 1785

‘Geheime Figuren der Rosenkreuzer, aus dem und Jahrhundert’ (‘Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians from the and Centuries’) to the History of Science and Technology subsite,