The Ringstone Symbol is probably the most popular symbol in the Bahá’í Faith. It was designed by Adul-Bahai and represents the relationship between God and human. The lower line of the symbol is said to represent humanity, the upper line God, and the middle line represents prophets or those sent by God to advance human civilization. The vertical line represents the Holy Spirit proceeding from God through the Manifestations to humanity.
The ringstone symbol also includes two five-pointed stars which represent the Bab and Baha’ullah, who ushered in the Baha’i Faith.