PX sign/Chi Rho/Labarum

[Microsoft Windows XP.  Symbol for Horus/Chronos/Saturn.  P is a symbol for the Greek God Phosphorus, whose Latin name is LuciferX sign]

See: Horus Chronos  Rx  Point within the circle

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According to Sir Flinders Petrie - the Egyptologist - the monogram Chi-Rho was the emblem of the Egyptian god, Horus, thousands of years before Christ and is therefore a link between Horus the savior, and Christ the savior. I had already noted on several occasions the links between these ancient characters and so this was highly believable and conclusive....Amazingly, on the coinage during and after Constantine’s death, we see the Laburnum or Chi-Rho, underlined with the serpent – a symbol used throughout time and especially by the Gnostics for wisdom and the enlightenment process. ....An identical symbol to the Chi-Rho has been found inscribed on rocks dating from 2,500 BC Sumeria, and was interpreted as ‘a combination of the two Sun-symbols’ – symbols of the ancient shining ones.  http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/sociopol_masonsknightstemplar06.htm

Note that the this alleged Christian symbol was originally a pagan emblem “known in antiquity”. What that means is that the reference to Plato’s Timaeus in the next paragraph reveals that the ChiRho, or Labarum, was a well known pagan symbol … nearly 400 years before the “Christian” era!  ....Not only was this pagan symbol well known in the pagan world centuries before our Savior even came into the scene, it was associated with something that is completely ignored…and for good reason! Note the “S” wrapping the bottom portion of the verticle pole in the above picture. This is the ancient astrological sign of ‘serpens’, the symbol of the serpent healers! [See Snake Worship and Astrology] The Chi Rho: Ancient Symbol

Before it became the monogram of Christ, the chi rho was the monogram of Chronos (whose name also begins with a Chi-rho), the god of time, and an emblem of several solar deities. In Hebrew, Chi-Rho equates to Tav-Resh. The chi rho was used in hermetic alchemical texts to denote time. http://symboldictionary.net/?p=2043


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Roman symbolism  Constantine's labarum

Constantine's labarum, a standard incorporating the wreathed Chi-Rho, from an antique silver medal.

Coin of Magnentius with large Chi-Rho at ecliptic angles and including the Alpha and Omega.

A coin of Constantine (c.337) showing a depiction of his labarum spearing a serpent.

Coin of Vetranio, a soldier is holding two labara. Interestingly they differ from the labarum of Constantine in having the Chi-Rho depicted on the cloth rather than above it, and in having their staves decorated with phalerae as were earlier Roman military unit standards.

The emperor Constantine Monomachos (centre panel of a Byzantine enamelled crown) holding a miniature labarum

The Chi Rho with a wreath symbolizing the victory of the Resurrection, above Roman soldiers, ca. 350.

Saint/Satin Valentine's skull. The symbol of a patriarch of the serpent is decorating this resting place. The Chi-Rho, a fertile serpent. Chi = serpent (phyre energy), Rho = to produce. Saturn, god of fertility. Hm. http://www.resistance2010.com/forum/topics/valentine-or-veil-in-time?commentId=3228704%3AComment%3A133082

Point within the circle Important German cathedral, rife with the pagan symbols found so often in secret societies. The PX symbol is the staff of the god Osiris, and the point on the circle represents phallic organs. Albert G. Mackey, A Manual of the Lodge (New York: Charles E. Merrill Company, 1870): 56: “The point within the circle is an interesting and important symbol in Freemasonry...the symbol is really a beautiful but somewhat abstruse allusion to the old sun-worship, and introduces us for the first time to that modification of it, among the ancients as the worship of the phallus."  http://amazingdiscoveries.org/albums/

The symbol was used by early Christians (Chi and Rho are the first two letters (ΧΡ) of "Christ" in Greek ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ. (Christos).) and is attributed to the Roman Emporer Contstantine, who used it as a military symbol. You will often see it on banners, called labarum, in ecclesiastical processions. The Chi Rho symbol is also the origin of using the abbreviation Xmas for Christmas.

Red Cross of Constantine