I recognize the Egyptian ankh thought to be associated with a god of life and death.
I recognize what appears to me to be a symbol for the American Indian eagle, [associated with the sun god].
But does anyone know what KHADEJHA means?
I guess it means Khadejha. However Muslims above all things are monotheistic. "The name Khadejha is very likely a(n) Arabic variant of the name Khadijah."
When Khadija's husband received his first revelation from the Archangel Gabriel (Jibril), she was the first person (besides Muhammad) to convert to Islam. According to some sources, it was Khadija's parental cousin, Waraqah ibn Nawfal, who confirmed Muhammad's prophethood soon after his vision of the angel. Khadija did not hesitate to embrace Islam at all, trusting to her husband's teachings.
Muslims believe that Jews and Christians changed the words of God so radically over time [something neither Jews nor Christians accuse each-other of] that God had to send Muhammad to correct them by bringing the the word of God again in the Qumran.