The Sun with its sixteen rays is an ancient Greek design of the God Helios, often identified with Apollo. Here, Helios is the light of the Universe.
The double-headed eagle is another ancient design which was widely used in the eastern Mediterranean since prehistory. Here the eagle is a guiding force of both the East and the West.
The letters and the ligatures connote a series of values and principles. For example, the A inside the O at the top ray is the first letter of the composite Greek word axiocracy, meaning governance according to values and principles. The O stands for the first letter of the Greek word oikumene, meaning the inhabited world. The top ray of this Sun brings axiocracy to mankind.
The letter A inside the O at the tail of the eagle this time stands for the Greek word agapi, meaning love. The O stands for the first letter of the Greek word oikogeneia, meaning family. In other words, the world’s guiding force (the double-headed eagle), gets its orientation from the unit of family.
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