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Metaphysical and Magickal Amulets, Talismans, and Pendants.
All items are handcrafted in the USA by Pepi and Company
or in the UK by Alchemy Gothic
About Pepi and Company
Pepi and Co. utilizes a unique finishing process resulting in one of the most beautiful lines of jewelry you can find! Pepi and Co. enlists the creative energies of select artists and sculptors to develop and design each original piece. Concepts for designs are carefully researched for authenticity and historical relevance, utilizing historical and mystical texts including The Key of Solomon, The Qabalah, The Black Pullet, Greek, and Norse Mythologies. The resources are too numerous to mention and the research library keeps growing! Pepi's goal is to bring you beautifully interpreted, esoterically sensitive, quality designs created by highly skilled craftspeople.
About Alchemy Gothic...The Original Revivalists
All Alchemy Gothic products are conceived and designed in England by Alchemy Carta, and all pewter products are made in England in the Alchemy workshops. The metal used in the manufacture of Alchemy Gothic pewter products is of the highest grade, 92% tin alloy (to BSS5140 standard), known as "English Pewter." You can find many detailed articles on the symbols, backgrounds, history, and characters behind Alchemy Gothic's subjects, designs, and art online at www.alchemygothic.com/ref
The Goddess Pentacle Pendant Necklace was handcrafted by Pepi and Company
Metal: Leadfree, nickelfree excelsior pewter
The Pentacle has been used and worn as a powerful Protection symbol for thousands of years. It's meaning has roots in philosophy, religion, alchemy, magic, and mysticism. The five points of the pentacle can represent the four elements of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water. The fifth point of the pentacle represents the fifth element, Spirit. In Hindu philosophy, this element of 'spirit' is called Akasha. It is the substance upon which reality is impressed.
In ancient Chinese philosophy, the flow of yin and yang are responsible for the creation of the five elements. The five points of the pentacle symbolize the element of fire (which creates earth), earth (which creates metal), metal (which creates water), water (which creates wood), and wood (which creates fire). The pentacle has had different meanings throughout history; Celtic priests called it "The Witch's Foot," the Druids considered it a sign of the 'God-head,' and it is also known as the "Seal of Solomon." Many believe the Pentacle to be a sign of protection against demons and a symbol ofsafety. The Greek philosopher, Pythagoras, thought the symbol represented the harmony of mind and body and considered it a symbol of good health. In Gnosticism, it referred tot he five elements of Fire, Water, Air, Wind, and Light. In Christian iconography, the pentacle is associated with the five stigmata of Christ.
In rituals of magic, the pentacle is used in ritual oaths; with the point down denoting 'Black Magic' and the point up denoting 'White Magic.' Drawing the sign of the Pentacle in the air, starting at the top and leading to the bottom, is used as a banishing ritual to ward off negative energies, evil vibrations, and psychic attacks. Understanding the history and philosophical importance of the Pentacle will help dispel the fear and negativity some associate with this symbol.
This delicate Talisman combines the protective power of this five-pointed star with open flowers of the Goddess. The pentacle calls upon the life giving forces of the Goddess while conveying its protection upon the wearer. It is worn in respect and honor to our Earth Mother.
....includes 36" cord, accent bead and booklet explaining the history and use of the symbol or talisman.
This item is 1 1/4 inch diameter
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