Vesica Piscis Sacred Geometry Necklace transformational tool
Vesica Piscis Sacred Geometry transformational Necklace. Personal transformation symbol and tool!
Zinc Alloy 18K Gold Plated/Silver plated
Pendant Size: 40 mm
Chain 60 cm
Vesica Piscis meaning The Vesica Piscis is a symbol made from two circles of the same radius, intersecting in such a way that the center of each circle lies on the circumference of the other. The name literally means the bladder of the fish in Latin. In the Christian tradition, it is a reference to Christ, as in ichthys.
The shape of the Vesica Pisces is derived from the intersection of two circles, the Pythagorean "measure of the fish" that was a mystical symbol of the intersection of the world of the divine with the world of matter and the beginning of creation.
The Vesica Pisces is used in a wide range of symbolism, this is what i see in this;
1. The joining of God and Goddess. Yin/Yang energy
2. A symbol for Jesus Christ/any other God.
3. The vagina of the female goddess/Mother Earth
4. The basic motif in the Flower of Life
5. An overlay of the Tree of Life
6. A geometrical description of square roots and harmonic proportions
7 Symbol of Creation
8 Gate to the Divine Creation through truly understanding of Duality system.
The Vesica Piscis, which is actually pre-Christian in origin, goes beyond geometry though. To the ancients, it symbolized the fusion of opposites which created a portal from the world of preexistent form into the manifested creation. The symbolic intersection of these two circles can represent the common ground, shared vision or mutual understanding between two equal individuals. The power of the symbol is in the intersection or overlap of the two circles and, as in all things – the balance of spirit and matter, the harmony of male and female, or the integration of the conscious and subconscious – the real power is in this uniting of these opposites. It has been noted that the shape of the human eye is itself a Vesica Piscis. The spiritual significance of “seeing eye to eye” to the “mirror of the soul” was highly regarded by numerous Renaissance artists who used this form extensively.Represent a source of power or energy - the Hourglass Nebula
The Chalice Well in Glastonbury, England.
Entrance to the Chalice Well in Glastonbury, England. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chalice_Well
The symbol appears on the Chalice Well cover at Glastonbury in Somerset. It is believed by some that Joseph of Arimathea (who has been noted as either a relative or disciple of Jesus), on returning to England after the death of Jesus, brought with him the Holy Grail or Chalice and placed it beneath Glastonbury Tor, and since that time the waters that flow through the hills and in to the well are said to be blessed with healing powers. Another legend is that Joseph of Arimathea is said to have put his staff in the ground on nearby Wearyall Hill where it grew into a thorn tree. This thorn tree blossoms twice a year, spring and early January, the date of Christmas on the old Julian calendar. This whole area is filled with myths, magic and even power! But let’s set aside the myths and legends for a moment. The Chalice Well produces a constant flow of 25,000 gallons of water per day at a constant temperature of 52° F (11° C). The water supply has never been known to fail or falter, even in the severest drought. Is there power at work here? / read more Info from http://www.philomuse.com/jsk/vp_archive/central/vpintro.htm
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