“This clearly shows the words SOL (sun) and MON (moon). However, it also can be expressed as SOL – OM – ON, giving the name of the sun in the three sacred languages of the ancient Indo-European and Mediterranean peoples.
SOL is Sumerian, OM is Brahmin (Hindu) and the ON is Egyptian.
The ancient capitol city of the Solar-Cult on the Nile was called ON, later renamed by the Greeks to Heliopolis (city of the Sun). Even today we say getting “on” with it, moving “on-ward,” etc,. We turn a light “on.”
Moreover, the Greek word for Being, is ON (onto). The English call their first number, ONE (again meaning light). When one is alone he is “One,” (as is the sun alone), The Hindi we have YONI (which relates to the Female, the birthplace).
Surely even Masons would never claim the actual existence of Solomon? As Kenealy shows, he is not noticed by Herodotus, not by Plato, not by any writer of standing. It is most extraordinary he says, “that the Jewish nation, over whom but a few years before mighty Solomon had reigned in all his glory, with a magnificence scarcely equaled by the greatest monarchs, spending nearly eight thousand million of gold on a temple, was overlooked by the historian Herodotus, writing almost necessarily within a few miles of the splendid capital of the national Jerusalem? How can this be accounted for, he asks. Nay, not only are there no proofs of the twelve tribes of Israel having ever existed, but Herodotus, the most accurate of historians, who was in Assyria when Ezra flourished, never mentions the Israelites at all…How is this possible?”– Helena Blavatsky
Source: Astro-Theology Etymology and Sidereal Mythology Tarot Astronomy