The eye in this pendant is a known Egyptian
symbol called the eye of Horus.
The eye of Horus was used as a symbol of protection and health.
The six parts that compose the Eye of
Horus shape, form six different mathematical fractions:
½, ¼, 1/8, 1/16 1/32. Each fraction represents one of the
six senses with which we experience reality. If we join the fractions
together, we find that we get close to 1 but never reach it. This is
because there is an Egyptian belief that says that only in the next
world does the soul reach its perfection.
The eye of Horus symbol also represents G-d within everything. The triangle
around the eye of Horus is a symbol of creation. The composition of the
eye of Horus inside the triangle represents the cosmic unity that
cannot be grasped with our six senses but exists in all of nature.
It is interesting to see that in the Hebrew the word SHALOM (meaning
peace) comes from the word SHALEM (whole). The extra character that
changed the word SHALEM to SHALOM is the letter VAV with a numeric
value of 6!