The symbol of the Sun can be depicted as a ring with a various number of beams (here 6 spirals). In the case of 4 beams, it is a portrayal of the four solar holidays - two solstices and two equinoxes. The six rays can be the six basic positions of sunrise and sunset during the year. At the time of the spring and autumn equinox, the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, so the two equinoxes are identical (2 arms in a circle, east-west). In the Midsummer, sunrise and sunset shift to the south (2 arms in a circle, east-west) and in the Midsummer, sunrise and sunset move to the north (2 arms in a circle, east-west).