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Entangled Pendant Gold - Designed by Judy Hilton and Pat Crelly as a sacred geometry symbol of unity. My connection with you brings joy, love, and peace. With you I can imagine every possibility. We are Entangled… The entangled pendant is designed by Judy Hilton and Pat Crelly and created by the artist David Weitzman. The following text was written by Pat Crelly to describe the pendant: The Entangled symbol was born out of a deep spiritual connection between two ...

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Water Drops Ring | Kas

Constellations Pendants- Orion's Belt, Cassiopia, Pleiadies, Big or Little Dipper | sumally

Seed of Life Pendant - Silver - The Symbol of Creation and Fertility. A symbol of blessing, fertility and protection Seed of life is worn as a symbol of protection for pregnant women. It helps to create new ideas and to open new pathways in life. The seed of life is a symbol for the days of creation. It addresses the creative process of the Flower of Life - a geometric shape that symbolizes the entire universe.


Necklace | Yumi Endo "Cut". Stainless steel, sterling silver box chain

Merkaba w/ prana sphere. The noun merkabah "thing to ride in, cart" is derived ... general meaning "to ride"). "Chariot" is found 44 times in the Masoretic. Hebrew Bible - most of them referring to normal chariots on earth[3] & although the concept of the Merkabah is associated with Ezekiel's vision (1:4-26), the word isn't explicitly written in Ezekiel 1 four-wheeled vehicle driven by four hayyot ("living creatures"), each of which has four wings & the four faces of a man, lion, ox…

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Tree of Life Pendant - Gold - A Golden Symbol of Life, Unity, and Love. "32 paths of secret wisdom" Tree of Life is one of the most recognized symbols of sacred geometry. The structure of the Tree of Life is connected to the sacred teachings of the Jewish Kabbalah but can be seen in other traditions as well, such as the ancient Egyptian tradition. The Tree of Life is explained in Sefer Yetzira ("Book of Creation").