Spiral Temple Adventure

Kiara Yew Adventures Spiral White Temple Sinca Veche Dacian

So, dear friend, pack your things! We’ll go to the temple!

Yes, you heard correctly. It’s an old magic temple, carved in a cave. You won’t find much information about it, but believe me, we talk about thousands of years…

It’s a sunny Sunday morning and we reach the place by car. Near the old cave, it has been built a church. As we go down from our cars we hear the priest singing. The villagers and prayers all gather to the church. They are all singing…

It’s a very nice place, with birds singing, lot of trees 🌳, wooden fences for access to the sacred cave and church and with a blessed spring with cold water. ♒

We go into the temple. We are in the first chamber.  Looking up we see the stone is curved into the spiral form. The light goes down into the temple in circles through the spiral. It’s a pure light…

I close my eyes and make a wish. This is a normal thing here to make wishes.


This temple has different names like “The Temple of Destiny”, “The Temple of Wishes”.

It is thought to be from 7000 years ago, made by carving the stone, an astonishing work. There are different galleries and chambers destroyed during the time. But there is still the spiral access of light into the temple and the altars.

Here come different men and women from different lands and they come with wishes, with prayers, they write them down on pieces of paper and they stick them into the walls. They all pray…here is the Destiny Temple.

A woman near me is praying. She is putting her hands on the cold stone marked with an unknown sign (like an hourglass).

We all want to stay into the circle of light that comes from the spiral behind us. I wait silently my turn…

The second chamber is a darker room. It has a hall and the light from the spiral comes here too, but more powerful and in smaller circles of light. It’s a chamber of silence.

I close my eyes and stay in the light. The time stops. I hear all the prayers from hundreds of years.

It’s magic and pure.

My girl comes into the dark room and she starts to run in circles around the circle of light formed inside the chamber. It’s a kind of tribal dance. We look stunned at her movements. It is such a profound moment. ♣

Into the third chamber we are not allowed to enter. It is the darkest one. We can look into it but the light is not helping us. If we make pictures, it is better. It has an altar within it.

The signs of Yin and Yang and the Star of David are present in the Altar. The Yin and Yang symbol is inside the Star of David.

A picture of a man is near these symbols. We don’t know how old is this picture? Who is the man?

But we see that he is staying with the back at these symbols.

It is a place of acceptance. We all have Yin and Yang inside us. We all have light and dark, feminine and masculine, good and bad. We are one. These are just faces of the same thing.

I breathe deeply. The air is wet and sacred.  I love this place ♠.

I say to myself that I should continue my journey. As I step out of the temple, the mind starts to create questions and seek answers.

              Why is this symbol of Yin and Yang here? Why is the Start of David here? And most important… why is the Yin and Yang symbol inside the Star of David.

These are not usual symbols in the local tradition. Who is the man drawn? Why is the stone of the temple so different than the other stones around this place? Nothing is written around…

I heard that in the nearby is a Dacian settlement. No other clues.

I stopped to drink some cold water from the nearby spring. The water is refreshing me. l take this moment with me and continue my journey…see you there…

You can make your wish, have good thoughts and then go to the temple of Destiny

So, tell me, why do you think the “Yin and Yang” symbol is inside the Star of David symbol? What’s the meaning?



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