The word ‘noon’ derives from Old English non “3 o’clock p.m., the ninth hour,” and is what appears to be a holographic cryptogram in that its very meaning is encoded into the word itself by a certain sequence of letters which are also holographic cryptograms. Actually, only two letters are used – n and o but both are repeated twice.
We are speculating that the letter ‘n’ in this instance represents the arching path of the sun from east to west across the sky in a 12 hour period. The daily sky-walk of Solaris. The reason the word ‘noon’ is a palindrome (a word that can be spelt the same backwards or forwards) is because no sooner has the sun set on one side of the globe, represented by the letter ‘o’ (‘the little world’) that it rises on the other hemisphere.
‘no on’ reflects this duality of the hemispheres.
In Hebrew the legendary city of the sun, Heliopolis was called ‘On’.
The letter ‘o’ represents the circumference of the earth as well as the globe as a whole.
Noon is the 25th letter of the Arabic alphabet.
The clock-face tracks the journey of the sun as it walks across the sky. The sun is in its zenith at 12 o’clock when both the little hand and the big hand are pointed directly upwards.