What’s the significance of the Scientology symbol?
The Scientology symbol consists of the S for Scientology and two triangles. The lower of the triangles is the ARC triangle, described above. The top triangle is called the KRC triangle. The K stands for knowledge, the R for responsibility and C for control. As with ARC, these three elements interact; increasing one’s sense of responsibility for something will lead to one’s ability to increase his knowledge and will then result in an increased ability to control. In that manner, by raising each point of the KRC triangle, the individual is able to be in control of his or her life in all of its aspects.
Thus, the Scientology symbol shows that through participation in the Scientology religion, one can continually raise his ARC or understanding for life and also his sense of responsibility, his knowledge of and ability to control his life. Thus, through Scientology he is on an ascending path that will ultimately result in spiritual freedom and salvation.