The crux ansata, like the Seal of Solomon, signifies
occult dualism, where the cross, or rather the Tau or 'T'
symbol, represents the male or active principle, while the
circle at the top represents the female or passive
In Mackey's Lexicon of Freemasonry, we read: "The
crux ansata or cross, surmounted by a circle, was in the
Egyptian mysteries, a symbol of eternal life." (Lexicon
of Freemasonry, Mackey, p. 94,
In Lady Queensborough's Occult Theocracy, we read:
"Tau cross or crux Ansata -- Union of male and female,
Interestingly, H.G. Wells, the famous Freemason, author,
and British intelligence agent, wrote a book lambasting
the Catholic Church that was entitled "Crux Ansata: An
Indictment of the Roman Catholic Church", wherein he wrote
that the real purpose of WWII was to free Europe from the
clutches of Catholic Christianity.
It was Wells who also wrote the "The New World Order", a
book outlining an "open conspiracy" to create a global
socialist government. In that book as well, he expresses
his strong antagonism to Catholicism.