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1. Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung believed that this symbol, two snakes wound around a rod with wings, represented a homeopathic method of healing. What is the name of this symbol that now represents the American medical profession?
2. Which common household pet has long been identified as a female symbol?
3. In Tantric doctrine, wheels along the spine direct the flow of life energy. What are these wheels called?
4. Also known as a dung beetle, which ancient emblem symbolizing renewal is associated with the Egyptian god Khepri?
5. Early Christians believed this symbol to be a sign of the cross. The apostle Paul used it as a symbol of salvation. What symbol is it?
6. A type of cap worn during the Roman Empire represented freedom and the pursuit of freedom. It was conical in shape. What was this cap called?
7. The next time you sprinkle sodium chloride on your fries, you might be surprised to learn that it was once an ancient symbol of incorruptibility. What is sodium chloride better known as?
8. Long associated with fire, which chemical element, represented by the alphabetic symbol "fe", did ancient Egyptians believe protected them from evil?
9. Death and rebirth are part of the symbolism of a circular image of a snake swallowing its own tail. There is a name for this symbol. What is it?
10. Which five-pointed geometric shape was regarded by Pythagoras as being a symbol of mystic harmony?
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