The “Norse sun-cross” is sometimes called an “Odin-cross” or a “sun-wheel”. It had once been disallowed as being equivalent to the astronomical symbol for the planet Earth, but is currently permitted for Society use.
Curwinus Trevirensis bears: Azure, a Norse sun cross within a bordure argent.
Jeane Kilmeny bears: Sable, on a fess argent three Norse sun crosses azure.
Kenneth MacQuarrie of Tobermory bears: Sable, a chevron checky argent and sable between three Norse sun crosses argent.