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Orthodox icon study: notice the knuckles are like almond shapes , just slightly smaller than the width of the fingers.

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Orthodox icon study: notice the knuckles are like almond shapes , just slightly smaller than the width of the fingers.

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The right hand in Icons is raised to give a blessing.  Symbolically, the fingers spell out “IC XC”, a widely used four letter abbreviation of the Greek for Jesus (IHCOYC) Christ (XPICTOC). Notice the similarities with Buddhist Iconography...

What does this hand gesture mean in Icons?

The fingers spell out “IC XC”, a widely used four letter abbreviation of the Greek for Jesus (IHCOYC) Christ (XPICTOC). The three fingers of Christ – as well as spelling out “I” and “X” – confess the Tri-unity of God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

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