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English: Theosophical Seal (version of emblem of Theosophical society, adopted late 19th century): Two interlaced triangles (a form of the star of David), Ouroboros snake, manji, ankh, Om etc.
Deutsch: Theosophischen Seal (Version Emblem der Theosophischen Gesellschaft, Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts angenommen): Zwei verschlungenen Dreiecken (eine Form des Davidstern), Ouroboros Schlange, manji, ankh, Om usw.
Date (SVG file); the basic design has existed since 1875
Source Own work based on various published documents since 1875
Author Frater5 (probable main designer of original emblem, Madame Blavatsky, died 1891)
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