The seven rays is an occult concept that has appeared in several religions and esoteric philosophies, since at least the 6th century BCE, of the Aryan peoples in both Western culture and in India.In the west, it can be seen in early western mystery traditions such as Gnosticism and the Roman Mithraic Mysteries; and in texts and iconic art of the Catholic Church as early as the Byzantine era.
Attend social events or fund raisers sponsored by another church 95. These were known as "Gnostic amulets" and were sometimes also engraved with the names Iao Sabao (the Archon Iao). Catherine on Mount Sinai, circa 565 CE, shows the Transfiguration of Christ in the apse mosaic, with "seven rays of light shining from the luminous body of Christ over the apostles Peter, James and John." In the present day Byzantine-style St.Louis Cathedral in Missouri, the center of the sanctuary has an engraved circle with many symbols of the Holy Trinity.surrounding the head of the crucified Redeemer." The Annunciation is an oil painting by Early Netherlandish master Jan van Eyck, from around 1434-1436.The picture depicts the Annunciation by the Archangel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary that she will bear the Son of God (Luke -38). (JW’s are ‘appointed’ and invited to be leaders.) 14. Take a stand for any political issue inside their organization 16.
Take yoga classes and practice the discipline of yoga.
As the New Age movement of the mid-to-late 20th century developed, the seven rays concept appeared as an element of metaphysical healing methods such as Reiki and other modalities, In ancient Greek mythology, Zeus takes the bull-form known as Taurus in order to win Europa.
Taurus is also associated with Aphrodite and other goddesses, as well as with Pan and Dionysus.
Wear military uniforms or clothing associated with war 25.
Read books, magazines, publications, and literature from other religions.
The inscription reads: "Radiating from this symbol are seven rays of light representing the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost." During the 12th century, Saint Norbert of Xanten, founder of the Order of Canons Regular of Prémontré, discovered the spot where the relics of Saint Ursula and her companions of Saint Gereon and of other martyrs lay hidden while in a dream.