What are Aphrodite's symbols, and what do the represent?
Aloha Ladles and Gentleman! Happy Easter and April Fools Day! I hope you had a great weekend and I hope that you had a great time with your families and if YOU are a kid, I hope that you had or having a great spring break! Make sure to subscribe to my sisters amazing YouTube channel, and don't forget to check out my "SITES" page to learn more about were this information is coming from and more about Aphrodite! This post will be about all of the symbols that Aphrodite has to symbolize herself and to be recognized. Aphrodite has ten symbols. They are The Pomegranate, The Dove, The Sparrow, The Swan, Power, A Scallop Shell, A Rose, The Mirror and girdle, and last but not least The Pearl. All of these things represent different things. The Dove symbolizes purity and free spirit. Also The Dove is a sacred bird symbols according to Aphrodite and is called "The Bridesmaid Bird of Love". Aphrodite made the symbol of power so that it would seem and show that she had more power than others. The Scallop Shell symbolizes her birth because when she was born, it was through a the sea foam and out of a scallop shell. The Pearl is also another aspect of her birth because it symbolizes the sea foam. The Pearl also represents the offspring of the water, the pearl is scared to Aphrodite. The Swan and the sparrow also represents sacred bird of Aphrodite. A Rose symbolizes beauty, there is a legend that every drop of a god named Adonis's blood came from a wound, then became a red rose. The mirror and the girdle symbolizes the vanity of a goddess and a girdle, called Cestus had the power to inspire. Thank you all for reading and exploring my blog! Have a great night or day!