Ceres

Ceres - Greek and Roman goddess. The same as Isis. Worshipped as "the Mother of Corn. She was the mother of He-Siri, "the seed,", more frequently known in Assyria as "Bar", "the Seed," or "the corn." Worshipped by most for giving them corn for nourishment of their bodies, but those initiated into the mysteries adored her for the gift of heavenly food that nourished their souls.

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Symbols from The Two Babylons: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T V W X Y Z

Cannibal
Cardinal
Cecrops
Centaur
Centaurus
Ceres
Chaos
Chon
Christmas Tree
Circle
Consus
Cross
Cup
Cupid
Cush
Cuth
Cyclops