On the campus of Lake Junaluska, a United Methodist Church Conference and Retreat Center in the western mountains of North Carolina, is a beautiful Chapel erected to honor military service people from the Southeastern Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church who served during World War II. The building and all aspects concerning it were to be, and are, a work of art. That included a number of stained glass windows. The building, furnishings and overall construction gives a visitor a deep sense of awe when entering.
The stained glass windows have embedded in them a number of symbols that their meaning is not known to anyone at Lake Junaluska. Through research spanning the past three years, I have determined that these symbols ARE NOT Christian, Masonic, satanic, Native American, Celtic, or any symbols stained glass artist in this country use or recognize.