Om is a sacred sound and symbol in Hinduism, representing the ultimate reality and the essence of the universe. It is believed to be the sound of creation, the vibration that connects all living beings, and the representation of the three Hindu gods: Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva.

 Yin and Yang is a fundamental concept in Chinese philosophy and culture. The symbol represents the interconnectedness and balance between two opposing forces: Yin, which represents darkness, coldness, and passivity, and Yang, which represents light, warmth, and activity.

 The cross is the primary symbol of Christianity, representing the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is a powerful symbol of faith, hope, and sacrifice, and it is used in religious art, architecture, and jewellery, among other things.

  The Star of David is a six-pointed star that represents the Jewish people and their connection to God. It is composed of two overlapping triangles, symbolizing the unity of God and humanity, as well as the relationship between heaven and earth.

  The Swastika is a symbol of good fortune and prosperity in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. It has been used for thousands of years as a sacred symbol, but its association with Nazi Germany has tainted its image in the Western world.

 The Ankh is an ancient Egyptian symbol representing eternal life and spiritual power. It resembles a cross with a loop at the top, symbolizing the union of opposites and the cyclical nature of life.

 The Triskelion is a Celtic symbol consisting of three spirals interconnected in a triangular shape. It represents the trinity of mind, body, and spirit, as well as the cycles of life and the interconnectedness of all things.

 Kokopelli is a fertility deity in Native American cultures, particularly among the Hopi and Pueblo people of the Southwest United States.

 The labyrinth is a symbol used in Greek mythology, representing the idea of a journey, transformation, and self-discovery. 

  Claddagh is a traditional Irish symbol representing love, loyalty, and friendship. It consists of two hands holding a heart, with a crown on top.

  The Hamsa is a hand-shaped symbol in Middle Eastern cultures, representing protection, good luck, and the power of God.