Unique Pentacle Silk Wrap Necklace/Pendant

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Unique Pentacle Silk Wrap Necklace/Pendant

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$30.00

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Item details

Handmade

Materials

42 inch silk ribbon, copper metal beads, hand made clay beads, ceramic pentacle charm pendant

Some background information on the Pentacle.

The pentacle is the main symbol used by Wiccans and many other neo-Pagans. The religion of Wicca is based in part on ancient Celtic deities, symbols, days of celebration, etc. They are an Earth-centered religion whose days of celebration follow the phases of the moon and the seasons.

The English warrior Sir Gawain, a nephew of King Arthur, adopted the pentacle as his personal symbol and placed it on his shield. It appeared in gold on a red background. The five points symbolized "the five knightly virtues - generosity, courtesy, chastity, chivalry and piety."

It has been widely used by past Christians as a protective amulet.

It was used to symbolize the star which allegedly led three Zoroastrian astrologers (a.k.a. the three wise men) to the baby Jesus; it was called the Three Kings' star.

The five points of the pentagram have been interpreted as representing the five wounds of Christ (2 wrist, 2 ankle and 1 side).

This lovely necklace/pendant was created using a 42 inch, olive green silk ribbon....bordered with burgundy thread. The centerpiece is a 2 inch green ceramic pentacle charm. It is adorned with hand-made clay beads and bronze metal beads. It can also be used as a bracelet or anklet. It is adjustable by tying it as long or short as you need. This necklace is a One of a Kind creation.
Some background information on the Pentacle.

The pentacle is the main symbol used by Wiccans and many other neo-Pagans. The religion of Wicca is based in part on ancient Celtic deities, symbols, days of celebration, etc. They are an Earth-centered religion whose days of celebration follow the phases of the moon and the seasons.

The English warrior Sir Gawain, a nephew of King Arthur, adopted the pentacle as his personal symbol and placed it on his shield. It appeared in gold on a red background. The five points symbolized "the five knightly virtues - generosity, courtesy, chastity, chivalry and piety."

It has been widely used by past Christians as a protective amulet.

It was used to symbolize the star which allegedly led three Zoroastrian astrologers (a.k.a. the three wise men) to the baby Jesus; it was called the Three Kings' star.

The five points of the pentagram have been interpreted as representing the five wounds of Christ (2 wrist, 2 ankle and 1 side).

This lovely necklace/pendant was created using a 42 inch, olive green silk ribbon....bordered with burgundy thread. The centerpiece is a 2 inch green ceramic pentacle charm. It is adorned with hand-made clay beads and bronze metal beads. It can also be used as a bracelet or anklet. It is adjustable by tying it as long or short as you need. This necklace is a One of a Kind creation.

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