Silver-tone finish on base metal with a shiny finish. These are nice sturdy and relatively heavy earrings. Including the earwires, the overall length fron the top of the earwire to the bottom of the moon is approximately 2-1/2 inches (63 millimeters) long.
The Triquetra originally meant “triangle” and referred to a three-cornered shape. In later times it came to refer exclusively to a shape formed of three Vesicae Piscis. Also known as a “trinity knot”, interlaced with a circle it is used as a Christian Trinitarian symbol.
The Ankh is an ancient Egyptian symbol meaning “Life” or “eternal life”. It is also called “Key of the Nile”. The Egyptian gods are often shown carrying it by its loop or bearing one in each hand. The ankh appears in almost every image of deity in the Egyptian pantheon. It is widely seen as a symbol of early religious pluralism: all sects believed in a common story of eternal life and contributed to the adoption of the ankh by New Age mysticism in the 1960s, to mean essentially the tolerance of diversity of beliefs.
The Crescent Moon is part of the Triple Goddess symbol in Pagan and Wiccan symbolism. One earring features the waxing crescent moon, the other waning, with the wearers own head embodying the magic of the full moon.
The OM (also known as Aum, Omkara or Aumkara) is an ancient Sanskrit sound and a spiritual icon. It means the “cosmic sound”, or the “original sound from which all other sounds are created”. It refers to the soul, ultimate reality, oneness, truth, divinity, all that is.) It is a sacred spiritual sound which is intoned during meditation, yoga, prayers and ceremonies. It is found in the most ancient layer of the Vedic texts such as the Rig Veda, dated to be from the 2nd millennium BCE.
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Metaphysical Statement Earrings
Thick and Sturdy Antiqued-Silver Style
Style suitable for both casual or high-heeled occasions
Show your eclectic side with these multi-symbol silver-tone earrings