As an indication of the importance
placed on symbolic form in the ancient world.
The Celtic Stone Cross of Kilkenny
has a bare sun at the nadir,
a right spiralled sun to the left of that,
and a left spiralled sun to the right,
with a double spiralled sun at the zenith.
All of these ‘seasonal suns’ appear on the cardinal cross-points,
whilst in the centre of the circled cross-points
sits one enormous sun.
A representation of the luminary,
in time, and its ‘all-form’, beyond…
Clear as day!