The Celtic Cross is a cross contained within a circle. Very early versions of this cross, found in Ireland and Scotland, do not show the arms protruding beyond the inside of the circle. The cross is encompassed inside the circle. In this manner it becomes the world-wide symbol of the Sun Cross. Christians stole it and made it the Latin Cross. In its true form, this symbol is world-wide among the ancients. What were they trying to tell us?
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