These lead-free, adjustable pewter necklaces feature Celtic symbols.
Made in the USA
-Complection: Celtic Knots are generally formed of endless lines signifying the binding of the soul to the physical world. The 10 points surrounding the knotwork are symbolic of completion within life.
-Earth Harmony: The wheel shape (or circle) represents man's harmony with nature. It radiates gentle peace and possesses soothing qualities. The circle is the spirit of Earth harmony.
-Protection: The Celts believed that key patterns, like this, protected and guarded against evil. This symbol protects against evil.
-Sexuality: To the Celts, the tree was the symbol of sexual potency, the fertility innate in all nature.
-Spiritual Awakening: Celtic spirals represent beginnings and births as in flowering buds. The cross with spirals symbolizes new spiritual awakening.
-Spiritual Rebirth: The Celtic patterns with five knots represents the endless journey of life, from birth through successive rebirth, a belief shared by many ancient cultures.
-Spiritual Strength: Celtic knots are generally formed of endless lines signifying the binding of the soul to the physical world. The 4 points represent a square, symbolic of spiritual strength and stability.
-Unity of Life: The Celtic cross represents the world axis, the spiritual bridge between Heaven and Earth. The circle placed at the crossbar represents the unity of all life.
-Unity of Male & Female: The Celtic cross represents the world axis, the spiritual bridge between Heaven and Earth, The cross within the circle unites the principle of male and female, Yin & Yang.
-Virtue: The points surrounding the center symbolize the five virtues of the pentagram - generosity, courtesy, chastity, chivalry, and piety. Sir Gawin was said to have these inscribed in gold on his shield.
-Vision: The Celtic cross of St. Brynach, whose time was spent as a solitary hermit and was granted angelic visions.
-Well Being: The simple single line weaving over and through itself, with no beginning and no end to form a cross, represents simplicity throughout life, free of complications of body and mind.
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