The Optihumanist symbol is derived from the Handle Cross, an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic for "life" which was later adopted by the Coptic Christians [Udo Becker, The Continuum Encyclopedia of Symbols, Continuum, New York, 1994, page 71]. The modification from the original denotes the independence of mind and body.

The author and copyright holder, David Wallace Croft, created and dedicated the symbol to the Public Domain on 2004 September 24th. Please feel free to download the symbol image files from this web page. They may be used without permission and without attribution for any purpose. Recommended uses include symbolizing Optihumanism and other forms of Humanism such as Ethical Humanism and Transhumanism.

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