Mystical "Taino Sol" Symbol
According to Taino mythology the sun and the moon came
out of a cave and out of the darkness. The Tainos believed
that all of nature's beings were created by the power of
the sun as they emerged from the "Cave of Origin".
The Sun's power and vitality turned these beings into birds,
plants, trees, and all nature around them. As people of
the land (or farmers) they held every aspect of nature as
It is no surprise then to see that other ancient cultures of the past also knew the secrets, energy, symbolism and power of the sun.
The sun was worshipped as a personified, life-giving deity in Babylonian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and other major civilizations of history.
The more common symbol is the familiar face in the center of the sun's rays. Here are some comparisons:
Ancient Egyptians: The moon was held as a god, but in the greatest of the gods was the sun, Ra (aka Re). Ra has been known by many names and takes many different forms.
The Aztecs: Just like the Tainos, the Aztecs were farmers; they knew the forces of nature and worshiped them as gods. Most important was their sun god, Huitzilopochtli.
The Incas: Inti is the Sun God and it was represented as a great golden disk with a face, but in the Incan mind he was thought to have a human form. His annual festival was to celebrate the harvest of maize.
Celt: The sun god Lugh was worshipped in Ireland. The attributes associated with the sun: everlasting, youth, and of tremendous energy and vitality.
Native Americans: Sun symbols are seen in some shape or form in every Native American tribe. This is a clear indication of how much the sun was revered for its power.
What you may not know is that Taino sun symbols are found throughout the island of Puerto Rico in different variations and forms.
It was a symbol that was constantly being carved over and over again by these ancient peoples.
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