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Pentacle - Tree of Life pendant - sterling silver

€22,95 Incl. tax
Article number: ST055
Availability: In stock (4)
Delivery time: Shipping only on Tuesday (ordered before 16.00 hours)

Size 13 x 13 mm incl. pendant eye 23 x 13 mm).

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Life Tree combined with the pentagram (goldplated).

One of the main symbols of the Celtic mythology is the tree of life. He suggests the connection between the three spheres of water, air and earth. The tree is the symbol of balance and harmony between the three worlds. The roots and branches actually form a map of the universe in which everything is interconnected and interwoven.

The pentagram, pentacle, druid foot or five-pointed star has been through the ages the symbol of the reborn man, the new man. If we follow the lines of the pentagram, starting from the upper section (1) to the left-down (2), there is a continuous movement that shows how does this path of development. The I (1) descends into matter, being born (2). It follows growing up in the world (3), allowing you to consciousness (4) can come. By again in a conscious way with the earthly to go (5) they will be freed from dust and return to the origin (1). It is also the symbol of the universe and its perpetual becoming, in which God's plan comes to disclosure. A symbol of man as a link between macro and micro cosmos. For Pythagoras the pentagram was a sacred symbol for physical-mental harmony and therefore a sign of healing and health. It is best known as a magic sign to ward off and protection against negative forces, ghosts and demons. With the point upwards white, down to black magic. It also highlights the strengths and forms in nature, because the lines dividing each other in the Golden Section ratio. 

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