Sםmbolos Antiguos (Spanish)
Antike Symbole (Deutsch)
Древние символы (Russian)
Symboles Anciens (French)
Sometimes in this life you need strength symbols
to encourage you and keep focused on your goals. You need strength and
courage symbols to keep you motivated and at the same time take pride
in your ambitions and the directions you want to take in life. You
might like these symbols about strength and courage placed on your
desk, or places where they are clearly visible or you can even engrave
some of these strength symbols as tattoos on your body. In essence
these strength symbols are a good reminder of potent power you posses
within you and the potential it holds to help you achieve success in
Different cultures have different symbols that signify the beliefs of
the people. Studying them and their related symbols gives a great
insight into the way they lived and how they have used symbols to
exhibit their strength and power.
The Bear-An ancient Heraldic
symbol which signifies Strength.
The Bull- Symbolized strenght in Egypt
and other countries.
Tabono - the 'paddles'. Ancient African
Symbol- Symbol represents strength and perseverence.
Japanese Kanji Symbol for Strength
Celtic Boar symbol for Strength
Chinese Symbol for
Mmowere Symbol - This is the Akindra Symbol For Strength
Symbol for Strength
The Griffin is a legendary creature with the body of a lion and the
head and wings of an eagle. The Griffin was thought to be an especially
powerful and majestic creature. In antiquity it was a symbol of divine
power and a guardian of the divine. In celtic traditions the griffin
symbol was synonimous with strength.
|Lion Symbol -
The Lion is an important symbol for strength for buddhists.
often represented strength for Egyptians
symbol for Strength
|The Jaguar is
one of the most important symbols for Strength used by the Mayan
|Eagle - The
eagle is a symbol of strength, courage and wisdom for the Native
|Oak - The mighty oak tree has been held sacred by the Celts, Greeks, Romans and almost all other major European cultures and civilizations throughout history. It generally has been associated with deities that controlled storms, thunder and lightning. For its immense size, expanse and longevity, the oak is considered symbolic of strength, regal power, durability and endurance.
|Horse - The Horse has been regarded as a symbol of strength, power and determination by most cultures all over the world. The majestic animal is also seen as an emblem of driving life-force. In fact, several cultures believe the Horse to hold the attributes of the 4 essential elements – fire, water, air and earth. The Greco-Romans and Celtics associated the Horse with valor, victory, domination, honor and virility. As a Native American symbol, it represents the combination of earthly power and spiritual wisdom. In addition to representing physical and sexual energy, the Horse also symbolizes inner emotional strength and a strong survival spirit.
Four Elements Symbolism
Solar & Lunar Symbols