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A Mathematical Relationship to the Winged Solar Disk of Ancient Civilizations (Blue Below) and a Circle (Red-Above) with a Straight Line with the same length?

The knowledge of the exact proportions is a Key for correct and perfect Squaring of the Circle (matching Perimeter of a Square and the Circumference of a Circle. The perfect Squaring of the Circle is a metaphor for achieving Divine Balance of Masculine and Feminine and also the balance extending to the balanced integration of both 🧠 Brain Hemispheres: “Hemisphere Synchronization.” It was believed that Brain 🧠 Synchrony allowed for special abilities and in particular transcendence of the lower dimensions of experience.

The winged sun is a solar symbol associated with divinity, royalty, and power in the Ancient Near East (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Anatolia, and Persia).

In Ancient Greece, The winged sun is conventionally depicted as the knob of the caduceus, the staff of Hermes.

In early Egyptian religion, the symbol (was called) “Behdety” represented Horus of Edfu, later identified with Ra-Horakhty. It is sometimes depicted on the neck of Apis, the bull of Ptah. As time passed (according to interpretation) all of the subordinated gods of Egypt were considered to be aspects of the sun god, including Khepri. The name “Behdety” means the inhabitant of Behdet.[1]

He was the sky god of the region called Behdet in the Nile basin. Source: Wiki