Celtic Harmonies Pewter Pendants with Scented 6″ Candle
Note : Celtic Harmonies Pendants come on a variety of candle colors and not necessarily the one it’s pictured on. Celtic Knots are generally formed of endless lines signifying the binding of the soul to the physical world. The Celtic cross represents the world axis, spiritual bridge between Heaven and Earth.
Earth Harmony– the wheel shape represents man’s harmony with nature, it radiates gentle peace and possesses soothing qualities, the circle is the spirit of Earth Harmony
Sexuality– to the celts, the tree was the symbol of sexual potency, the fertility innate in all nature
Well Being– the simple single line weaving over and through itself, with no beginning and no end to form a cross, represents simplicity thoughout life, free of complications of body and mind
Vision– the celtic cross of St Brynach, whose time was spent as a solitary hermit and was granted angelic visions
Virtue– the points surronding the center symbolize the five virtues of the pentagram- generosity, courtesy, chastity, chivarly, and piety. Sir Gawain was said to have them inscribed on his gold shield
Completion– the ten points surrounding the knotwork are symbolic of completion within life
Spiritual Strength– the four points represent a square, symbolic of spiritual strength and stability
Spiritual Awakening– Celtic spirals represent beginnings and births as in flowering buds, the cross with spirals symbolizes new spiritual awakening.
Spirit Rebirth– the celtic patterns with five knots represent the endless journey of life, from birth through successive rebirth, a belief shared by many ancient cultures
Unity of Life– the circle placed at the cross-bar represents the unity of all life
Unity of Male and Female– the cross within the circle united the principle of male and femail, the Yin and Yang
Protection– the Celts believed that key patterns like this, protected and guarded against evil, this symbol represents protection from evil