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Flower of Life

Flower of Life
Occurrences of the ornament[edit] The Flower of Life symbol drawn in red ochre Temple of Osiris at Abydos, Egypt Abydos (Egypt)[edit] Possibly five patterns resembling the Flower of Life can be seen on one of the granite columns of the Temple of Osiris in Abydos, Egypt, and a further five on a column opposite of the building. They are drawn in red ochre and some are very faint and hard to distinguish.[3] As a New Age symbol[edit] The New York Times quoted a New Age artist as saying, "The Flower of Life has been found in sacred sites throughout the world. References[edit] ^ Jump up to: a b Melchizedek, Drunvalo.

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