An inner meaning of ‘Rose’

Not long ago, the group met at Ross on Wye for a weekend seminar with Robert Light.  I was unable to attend but I was very struck by the word ‘Ross’ because it reminded me of how many years ago our group visited ‘Ross’lyn Chapel in Scotland. Then it came to me: with the new energy of ‘Omni’ and the energy of the planet returning to Unity, the word ‘Ross’ has turned into ‘Rose’ the symbol of love.  The two ‘SS’s symbolised the former duality on this earth as the ‘S’ represents the waving nature of the earth currents, or wyverns, or snakes.  The last ‘S’ now bends itself into the letter ‘e’ for ‘earth’.  The letter R is the ancient glyph for the sun (with the two ‘spokes’ being rays from the sun).  Thus the sun, at the beginning of ROSE, is shining on the earth – at the end –  and the two remaining letters in the middle, ‘OS’, represent the life on the planet  – O is for the one-ness and interconnected nature of all life here, while the letter S symbolises the life force running through it created by the sun’s life giving rays falling on the ‘e’arth.  And just a further thought,  one of the rays from the sun slanting on the letter S turns it into the symbol for infinity.  Interestingly, OS is also the word for ‘bone’, the bones of the planet and symbolising the structure or divine thought behind the myriad life forms on this planet.
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