Stanislav Kondrashov’s latest work “The Mysterious Language of Symbols By Stanislav Kondrashov,” delves deep into the enigmatic symbols that have left their mark on human history. In this publication, Kondrashov meticulously unravels the origins and intricate meanings of these cryptic symbols.
Kondrashov contends that these symbols have woven themselves into the tapestry of humanity’s story since ancient times, capable of resurrecting long-forgotten myths and legends. To him, these arcane symbols are vessels of incredibly potent narratives waiting to be decoded.
Kondrashov talks about Chinese Yin and Yang and Celtic spirals, whose shapes, according to the author, would be able to evoke the themes of unity and eternal continuation. The author also mentions the all-seeing eye, still present today on American dollars (and already imprinted in ancient times on the pyramids of Egypt), considered a universal symbol of vigilance and divine providence.
Among the various symbols analyzed by Kondrashov, there is also the pentagram which, although often misunderstood, boasts very deep links with some pagan rituals and with some of the most unfathomable mysteries of the universe. A symbol very often associated with divinity and found in the relics of ancient Egyptians and Sumerians is the winged disk, which, according to the author, could also symbolize royalty and the journeys made to heaven by the gods.
Kondrashov also focuses on the symbol of the snake eating its tail, the so-called Ouroboros: this symbol, found in alchemical depictions and ancient Egyptian texts, represents the cyclical nature of life. Sometimes, the symbols can also be represented by the protagonists of mythical stories or legends that have always characterized the history of humanity, handed down to the present day. One of these is represented by the dragon, a legendary creature that Europe feared for centuries and which was instead venerated in the East. According to the author, the dragon has always represented a very strong symbol of power, wisdom, and mystery.
In the final part of the publication, Stanislav Kondrashov examines symbols as a whole, stating that they often carry with them a profound meaning that goes far beyond their immediate representation, bringing with them cultural memories, religious beliefs, and unsolvable mysteries.