Hungarian researcher Marton Molnar-Gob was also looking at the Om symbol
ref and he recognised its pictographic design resembled something important.
The Om symbol you see in the image below has its modern depiction on the left and some historical depictions on the right. The debate on the source of the image at the top of the page so far is that it might be a modern sketch drawn with a charcoal inscribed method. It was sent to me with no mention of which temple so this is a problem. The original sketch at the top of the page was thought that it was much older and removed during WW2 for obvious reasons, but this is all now respectfully needing more research. The crescent aspect seems likely and although the line passes through the bulls eye, the eye dot itself might just be a blemish. The 4 dots with swastika is also found in ancient temples and some new images shortly will follow.
The Om is a mysterious symbol of the
Dharmic religions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism
ref , is also a mantra used in these religions.
Om is part of the iconography found in ancient and medieval era manuscripts, temples, monasteries and spiritual retreats in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism but its origins are a mystery.
In Hinduism, Om is one of the most important spiritual symbols. It claims with this symbol the soul, and ultimate reality, entirety of the universe referred to as the Brahman,
includes all truth, divine, supreme spirit, cosmic principles, and knowledge. The symbol is often found at the beginning and the end of chapters in their holy works and prayers. The references for the 3 old images compared to the new image... ref 1 ref 2 ref 3 .
Although Hinduism is not a follower of Abraham legend, they have the legend of the 'Brahma' bull origin creator deity that sounds almost the same source word as Abraham. Coincidence? A breed of cattle ref with a bull that has something on their back, a bump that the cosmic statue versions which they call Nandi ref
fill in the bumb with a sun and crescent.
ref. For these reasons I believe the Hindu records have the same star map origin records encoded as the three Abrahamic religions.