The last time we made a Talisman for Neptune was in 2012, when he made his ingress into Pisces. Since then his energy is only gaining momentum and is reflected in many aspects of our lives, and our evolving spiritual sensitivity.
At last, we are happy to announce that we will be making this unique Talisman of Neptune in Pisces once again. A limited edition will be assembled on the 20th of May 2017 this time while the Moon is in an exact conjunction with Neptune, while both are on the Midheaven. The Moon is also the ruler of the rising sign (Cancer), and the Midheaven falls in the 9 sign (whole sign houses) which further emphasizes the Talisman invocation of spiritual wisdom and inspiration.
This Is a Talisman for heightened emotional and spiritual sensitively, intuition, dreams, visions, imagination and altered states of consciousness. It invokes compassion, empathy, selflessness, serenity and the ability to “let go”, relax and “go with the flow” of life.
It is very good for those who do spiritual work, healers and seekers, and will help enhance their higher connection and abilities. It can serve as a remedy for those who are emotionally rigid, too logical (left brainers), un-spontaneous, or suffer from lack of faith and/or a feeling of spiritual emptiness.
The Tibetan knot (Srivatsa or the endless knot) is one of the eight symbols of the Tibetan Buddhism. The Tibetan knot can stand for karmic consequences: pull here, something happens over there. It is an apt symbol for the Vajrayana methods: Often when we tug at one part of a knot while trying to loosen it, another part gets tighter. You have to work with the knot to get it to come undone. In its endless configuration, it evokes the cyclic nature of rebirth and also calls karmic connections to mind.
The Tibetan knot idea is also a symbol of opposites which are interconnected
In the Dhammapada text it is written:
Conquer the angry man by love
Conquer the ill-natured man by goodness
Conquer the miser with generosity
Conquer the liar with truth
The Tibetan knot pendant helps the wearer to realize the natural rule of cause and effect. It also reminds the wearer the need to let go and work with the knot and not against it.
The “Flower of Life” can be found in all major religions of the world. In Egypt, the source of all the monotheistic religions, the “Flower of Life” can be found in the ancient Temple of Abydos. In Israel it can be found in ancient synagogues in the Galilee and in Mesada. The “Flower of Life” contains the patterns of creation as they emerged from the “Great Void”. Everything is made from the Creator’s thought.
By connecting all the middle points of the 13 circles to each other, one gets the pattern shown in diagram 8c which is known as the Metatron Cube. Inside it are five three-dimensional shapes known as the Platonic Solids. These five shapes and all their combinations create all the possible structures in the universe, such as the embryonic cell division existing in every living creature.
The Seed of Life is a symbol for the seven days of creation.
The first step was the creation of the Octahedron. The next step was to spin the shape on its axes. In this way a sphere is formed. The next thing the creator’s consciousness did was to go to the outside surface of the sphere, (the old testament refers to “the spirit of the Creator floating upon the face of the waters”) and creating another using the same process of creating an octahedron and turning it into a sphere. By creating the second sphere the Almighty actually created light. In projecting another converted octahedron into a sphere on the surface of the first sphere, you will get the image of two circles crossing each other in their centers, a shape known as Vesica Pisces. This pattern is a geometrical formula which represents the electromagnetic spectrum of light and the first thing that God created was light – “Let there be light”.
In continuing to duplicate the spheres and creating further Vesica Pisces you will see many aspects of creation driven out of the geometrical structures, emerging out from the vortex motion by this continuous creation of more Vesica Pisces.
In the image below you can see the Inlaid Merkaba – a unique design created to enhance the Merkaba properties with a gemstone of your choice. The image at the bottom right was sent to us by Agata who wrote to us this lovely words:
“Hello! Thank you for beautiful jewelry: Christ Consciousness and Merkaba with peridot. It was a present for my husband’s 40th birthday. On the day of my husband’s birthday I called the customs and I was even at the post office with a tracking number of the package – I was informed that unfortunately the package is not coming today. I was so disappointed, as it was the birthday day and I didn’t have any other present for my husband. But in the evening my he checked our post box and the package was waiting there! I was very happy and he was really touched by the beauty and intense energy of your jewelry. Thank you very much! In the attachment to this email there is a nice photo that you can use together with this story, if you want 🙂 Love,”
Egyptian Amulets for Protection
Part of our Mother’s day special – https://goo.gl/sbwOxN
On the right of the picture you can view ancient archeological findings from various museums around the world.
When my spouse gave birth to our second daughter, an elderly woman who visited at the hospital guided the patient next to my wife how to protect the baby against evil eye: “you need to put a knife beneath the pillow at night”… So, when several clients asked me to consider making another amulet for protection, I decided to delve into the world of ancient Egyptian amulets.
The Knife Talisman for Protection (Left top)
In ancient Egypt, the knife was a symbol of protection and strength. The preferred ritual knife was the ancient flint knife – des. Knives appear frequently in representations of the Egyptian otherworld. They are used in slaying the enemies of the deceased and smoothing the passage through the land of the dead. Several protective deities, such as Bes and Taweret were often shown armed with knives. Guardians of the gates of the underworld were also shown bearing knives.
The knife was also a part of lunar symbology. The crescent moon was imagined to be a knife wielded by the God of the Moon, Thoth . Thoth was said to destroy evildoers with the crescent moon as his weapon. Harmful beings and malevolent creatures such as scorpions and snakes were often depicted cut with knives to render them powerless.
This knife talisman bears the protective images of the “Sa” symbol,the Ibis bird which is the symbol of Thoth ,another fearsome winged creature and the head of a lioness.
Egyptian Talismans for Childbirth (Bottom Left)
This talisman bears different protective images and the image of Taweret.
Deity of motherhood and protector of women and children, goddess of maternity and childbirth. Taweret was seen as one who protected against evil by restraining it. She was usually depicted as a combination of a crocodile with the arms and legs of a lion; her breasts are those of a human female, and her protruding belly is that of a pregnant woman. She often holds the hieroglyphic symbol ‘sa’ in front of her- for “protection,”. Occasionally, she carried an ankh, the symbol of life, or a knife, which was be used to threaten evil spirits. The magic knives, also known as apotropaic (that is, acting to ward of evil) wands, were one of the devices used.
The World Tree, is a very widespread motif in the pre-Columbian Americas. It appears often in Creation myths, in the ancient cosmology and as an important iconographic element in the artwork of varied cultures across America. The use of the tree as a cosmic symbol exists on a wide and diverse scale in cultures from the Viking World Tree (Yggdrasill) – as well as in the Jewish Tree of Sephirot. The Mayan World Tree represents the four directions of the world, where the tree itself is the center -The Mondi axis is the point where earth and sky meet with the perpendicular and horizontal axis of the world.
The symbol originates from the world view that aspires towards logical order in the chaotic Universe. This understanding creates an ordered microcosmos where there is a defined center. From the center, we can turn to each of the cardinal directions in search of knowledge, wisdom and new discoveries. However , outside of this world, there is chaos, night and death.
The image of the tree represents the symbolic axis that unites the three plains: The sky (branches), the earth (the trunk) and the lower world (the roots). Every object that is hanging on the tree represents the tension between the lower world and the upper world and in this way turns into a very strong symbol of the storehouse of knowledge and wisdom. Often, in Mayan art, there are images of birds sitting on the tree representing an ancient father, while the tree’s roots are in the water- a symbol of the underworld. In the Mayan culture, the world tree is represented by the Ceiba tree. This is a tree with a thorny trunk that resembles the skin of an alligator. In fact, the trunk of the tree is described as an alligator standing erect.
A Video Clip of the Seattle-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist –Amanda Lamprecht wearing the beautiful Galactic Harmony Pendant. Best view at 02:24 into the video. View the item at our website – https://goo.gl/CMJJHF
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