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The single spiral is the oldest of the Celtic motifs and has symbolized growth, expansion, and cosmic energy depending on the culture in which it is used. To the Celts, the spiral was used to represent the sun. A tightly wound, clockwise spiral represented the shrinking winter sun. The counter spiral represented the large summer sun. The double spiral is used to represent the equinoxes, when the day and night are of equal length. Originating as a symbol of Triple Goddess-maiden, mother, crone—in pre-Christian times—the triple … Read More →