The structure of the Vesica Pisces – the intersection of two circles, the Pythagorean “Monad” that symbolizes the mystical intersection of the spiritual realm with the world of matter, and correspondingly, the beginning of creation.
The Vesica Pisces pendant depicts the Cherubim, which adorn the ark of the covenant. The Cherubim represent the perfect balance of the male and female aspects of creation. The Cherubim are holding the Vesica Pisces in the center, the symbol of light.
The engraving on one side features the biblical words “Tohu Vavohoo” from the first chapter and the first verse in the book of Genesis The Hebrew word “TOHU VA VOHU” was seen by most people as chaos, but it might as well mean “sound, thought or vibration” just like the “Om” concept.
The engraving on the other side is one of the Hebrew names of God as it was given to Moses during the revelation of the burning bush – “Eheye asher eheye” which literally means “I am becoming what I am becoming”. It’s a fascinating concept that simply states-I’m reality and existence itself , which is CHANGE. it’s interesting since the sacred name of God in Hebrew, the Tetragrammaton, the four letters name-Y.H.V.H -Yehova is actually a combination of the words “Haya, Hove and Yiheeye” that’s hebrew for was, is and will be. Past , present and future as ONE EXISTENCE and ONE CONSCIOUSNESS.
The Vesica Pisces pendant is The Symbol of Light, Divine Consciousness and Divine Existence.
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Under this category you can find some Inspiring and beautiful designs like: — Ana Bekoach pendant and ring — Five Metals Ring — King Solomon’s Ring — 72 Names Tablet — Star of David — Tree of Life — Seed of Life
Jupiter Spica Talisman Rings
The long awaited Jupiter-Spica Talismans – once in twelve years!
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We are nearing a very rare and auspicious astrological event, Jupiter is going to make a conjunction to the fixed star spica, this conjunction happens once in twelve years!
Limited Edition assembled on the 13th and 15th of September 2017 (See exact times below).
This is a powerful alignment between two of the most fortunate celestial bodies;
The planet Jupiter which is considered astrology’s “greatest benefic”, signifying growth, abundance, success, luck and protection. The fixed star Spica (of the Virgo constellation) which is considered one of the most luckiest, good giving, glorifying, healing and protective stars (situated in the tropical sign of libra).
Not only is this a very powerful Talisman for all the good things mentioned (and much more) – at the time of the conjunction, The beneficent planet Venus (which is also the ruler of Libra, where Jupiter and Spica have their conjunction) is joining Jupiter with a sextile aspect. This even furthers the connection and beneficial powers of this Talisman. Adding the Venusian flare of beauty, love, pleasure, success in and through partnership and romantic relationships.
We will be making the Talisman in two dates, both in the rising and culmination of the Jupiter Spica conjunction. In the first date, the 13th of September 2017 between 8:50-9:15 and 14:25-15:00 GMT+3 the – The Moon will be in Gemini aspecting Jupiter by a trine and Venus in sextile (together forming a b-sextile figure). The Gemini Moon amplifies and reflects the Jupiter spica energies in social connections, communication, success in business, writing speaking, media and a like.
Two days later at the 15th of September 2017 between 8:37-9:15 and 14:10-14:45 GMT+3 – the Moon will be in Cancer which is its own natural sign and the exaltation of Jupiter. The Cancer Moon Amplifies and reflects the good expression and success through the emotional inspiration, connection and support, healing, empathy, community, family and a like.
Ring design explained
The central image on top of the ring is the astrological symbol of Jupiter surrounded by yellow sapphires – the “traditional stone” of Jupiter. On both sides of the ring appears the ancient magic seal of Spica with the magic seals of Jupiter
The Ring of Courage “Cowardness is the worst of all measures. Fear is the gate that the fool opens and the wise locks. When fear sneaks behind you, know it is a creation of your thoughts. Clean your thoughts and fear will vanish. Only then will your life become valid. What is within you will bring you life. What is not within you will bring you death.” (Translation of the engraving on the ring) Silver version – https://goo.gl/xvkDjS Gold version – https://goo.gl/NGgqsX
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Fear twists your real perception and judgment. Fear is summoned by the person himself by letting deceiving thoughts and feelings grow in one’s mind. Fear causes the feared one to become blind to the beauty and abundance of life. cleansing one’s thoughts will cause fear to vanish.
The ring is inspired by – “Bene Gesserit Litany against Fear” from the book of Dune by Frank Herbert: “I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will allow it to pass over and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. When the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”
The Ring of Courage will remind you of the great courage that is within you.
This ring is based on the ancient greek philosopher Aristotle’s perception and ideas of what is happiness and how to achieve a state of complete happiness through balance as well aspiration for excellence.
The writing on the ring says: ”Excellence is a golden mean: A habit of good deeds and an art of balance. Between cowardice and rashness lies courage. Between sloth and greed lies ambition. Create your destiny by becoming what you repeatedly do. The path to happiness is already within you.”
The ring is a constant reminder for the wearer to continuously act towards contemplating the way of excellence.
Aristotle used philosophy as a tool aiding human life and human virtues. His perception was that happiness is won by excellence and it is an art mastered by training and habituation: We do not act rightly as we have virtue or excellence, but rather have these because we have acted rightly. “These virtues are formed in man by his doing the actions”; we are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act but a habit : “the good of man is a working of the soul in the way of excellence in a complete life… for as it is not one swallow or one fine day that makes a spring, so it is not one day or a short time that makes a man blessed and happy'” Source: Will Durant, The Story of Philosophy: The Lives and Opinions of the World’s Greatest Philosophers (1926)
Aristotle believed virtues led to happiness. The happiness that Aristotle spoke of, was not necessarily the same that we think of today. Today our view of happiness tends to be hedonic-to fulfill your desires and there is a direct link between happiness and the modern endless consumption of unnecessary things stuffed to us by a lubricated marketing machine. We want to feel good immediately and tend not to think too far ahead, so we perceive a night out or a pleasant activity as a route to happiness.
Aristotle in his known work “The Nicomachean Ethics”, considered one of the most important historical philosophical works, discussed his own perspective of happiness. Aristotle spoke about achieving eudaimonia, which can be roughly translated into happiness. Eudaimonia is not an emotional state; it is more about being all that you can, fulfilling your potential. The idea is that by living in a way achieving your full potential, you bloom or flourish and so display the best version of you that you can be.
Aristotle thought that the practice of virtues would equate to happiness, in the sense of being all you could be. By virtues, Aristotle meant the act of achieving balance and moderation.There is a striking resemblance between his ideas and the Chinese ancient philosophy of the “WU WEI” the effortless flow achieved by endless practice until you and the action becomes one.
Aristotle referred the way to achieve happiness as a “golden mean” which is the balance between different attitudes.
For example, between cowardice and rashness there is courage. Between sloth and greed there is ambition. Between humility and pride there is modesty; and between self-indulgence and insensibility there is temperance.
Aristotle strongly disagreed with Socrates, according to whom knowledge automatically leads to the right action. Aristotle argued that the greatest misdeed was in spite of knowing the right course, failing to do it. So for him it was the act of living in balance and moderation that brought the highest pleasure. Not in the action itself, but it’s in the way of life. It is the way of life that would lead to the greatest long-term value rather than just a passing amusement. A modern illustration would be the difference between earning a high income, but spending it all and living in more moderation and having great wealth that will last you and provide security.
It was Aristotle’s belief that by achieving these virtues, happiness would result. So for him contemplation was the highest activity humans could do. Contemplation is the activity that refines and discovers virtues. Carried out continuously it allows you to reach your potential.
The Journey of life ring is created especially for truth seekers and travelers.
The Hebrew engraving around the stone means – “Father of the four winds fill my sails across the sea of years”, a sentence taken from the Led Zeppelin song – Kashmir. The font used in the engraved Hebrew letters is taken from the style used in The Dead Sea Scrolls.
On one side of the ring appears the phrase “The further one travels the less one knows” (written in Hebrew). This phrase was taken from the book of the “Tao te ching” written by the famous ancient Chinese truth seeker Lau Tsu.
The ring is meant to remind the truth seeker of the illusions and the deceptions of the outside world: “At the end of your journey you will discover that you have never moved at all…”
The Shefa symbol was received in direct transmission from Archangel Metatron by Dvora Pearlman. It was received as a teacher and a tool to learn, to use and to connect with the great divine.
Shefa is a word in Hebrew that literally means Abundance. This word, in its highest and most profound means a tool for creating abundance. It holds powerful kinetic energy, the kind of energy that when coupled with one’s intent for the highest goodness and aligned with the Divine will, can move mountains or feed the world.
In the Jewish tradition, Hebrew is the sacred language of creation. The Hebrew language was considered so sacred that it wasn’t spoken for the day-to-day actions. Aramaic and later Yiddish were used as the spoken languages while Hebrew was dedicated only to prayers and holy work. In the Kabala, Hebrew is a language of creation. It is a language that can be used to create reality. In fact, it is believed to be the tool used by the Creator to create this universe.
The sacredness of spoken language is not singularly Jewish. The Indian sacred language – Sanskrit, holds the same power and holy attributes. It is the innate ability to create that makes both Hebrew and Sanskrit holy languages. This is what the SHEFA symbol comes to teach.
At the centre of the one ring and the pendant appears the symbol of Victoria – the goddess of victory (She is the Roman equivalent of the Greek goddess Nike). On the back (or sides of the rings) engraved the sentence – “Dare to be Great,” chosen from a contest at Facebook between my fans and friends. The sentence was brought by Mr. Andrew Kaminski.
Achieving Victory – 12 Guidelines to lead you on the path:
The next set of principles will help you to achieve your goals and fulfil your destiny, whether it is to become a successful writer, skilful musician, athlete, starting your own world peace movement or raising a healthy family.
Define the Goals
The first rule is that we must define a goal to which we want to reach. If you don’t have a goal, how will you get there?
Where am I today?
Where do I want to be?
How will I get there?
Finding your goals is a process which sometimes takes refinement. We must stop and ask our self – what is really important to us in life? Layer by layer we may find the true answer that will supply a decent and deserved cause. One must learn to define long term goals and short term goals which are more realistic.
A Need to Succeed
The urge to succeed does not come from wanting but from being in a state of need. You must find what motivates you and find the factor that creates a need to succeed.
After we have defined our goals we must strive for it with constant persistency. In that context one must beware from persistency that lacks the love to what we do. This will lead us in the end to becoming indifferent and to inertia – which are the greatest enemies of victory and success.
You must love what you do!
Find Your Destiny
I believe our destiny is revealed to us in our childhood and is forgotten by most of us as a result of the “education system” and the influence of our close environment. Our destiny appears during our childhood as a certain talent and as our fields of interests as children. I remember my love of nature, art and ancient cultures and archaeology and my tendency towards art – all of these factors led me to what I do today.
———————– “The loneliness of the distance runner……”
Our environment is one of the greatest barriers of victory and success. The people we love most and care for us are often the ones who will stop us from achieving our goals. I remember when I made my first design and showed it to someone. He declared knowingly that “You don’t have a chance to sell even a single piece…” since that day my jewellery has reached every corner of the world and made huge impact on people’s lives. When I examined the reason for this repetitive behaviour I have discovered that most people have a basic fear of failure – so they don’t even try and prefer to stay in what is known as a “comfort zone” which leads to mediocrity which is the biggest barrier to success.
1+1=10 – Recruit People to Your Goal
Recruit people to your goal. Fruitful cooperation can bring great results. Team work will promote you to your goals with great power. One of the best examples of teamwork was the last the last US elections. Obama used the internet and social networks and encouraged the people to join him and donate a small amount of money for his campaign. McCain on the other hand used the conventional ways and asked the financial elite –a small number of billionaires for donations. The result was that Obama created a team of millions and recruited them for his goal. Eventually the numbers and amounts that Obama received from the people for his campaign were much higher and lead Obama to Victory.
You are Your Most Valuable Asset
Since you are your most valuable asset your time is your most precious resource. You can check if you are using your time wisely with the following exercise:
Divide your time to four parts: 1. Urgent and important (for example finishing a project on schedule; taking care of a health issue, helping our children and family…) 2. Not important and urgent (unimportant phone calls, emails, meetings etc…) 3. Important and not urgent (setting our goals, learning, making plans, spending quality time with our family and children…) 4. Not urgent and not important (watching TV, spending our time on endless shopping, or addictive online games…)
Among all four number 3 is the only one which will lead us to our goal – only there will we find the factors, elements and the process that will lead us to our destiny and goal.
Number 1 is important but these are immediate assignments.
The reason that we spend so much time in number 2 is because of the sense of urgency – we build ourselves an artificial world of pavlovian reactions that we tend to forget to focus on the things that are really important to us.
It is the lighthouse that shows us the way. Without knowledge we will never know how to get to our goal. Attaining relevant knowledge to our field is a must.
Surround yourself with inspirational resources like books, stories, movies of people who did it. The reason I create these jewels in the first place was to share and bring inspiration and to remind us what we strive for.
We fear failure. That fear can paralyse us and prevent us from reaching our goals. We must overcome our fears through the process of growing toward success. I find the obstacle lacking courage to be the biggest barrier of all. That is why I have chosen the sentence “Dare to be Great” and engraved it on the ring and pendant…
The second talisman of the Moon Mansions series
For Power, glory and prosperity
A limited edition was created on 26th of June 2017 between 08:50 -09:07 GMT+3
This Mansion is said to help one gain and maintain high status, honor and respect and the help and support of powerful people. It is also said to bring prosperity and good fortune.
The Picatrix tell us that this Talisman is to be created with the image of a man riding a lion, holding a lance in his right hand and holding the ear of the lion with his left hand. And above the image to inscribe the name of its ruling spirit/angel “Necol” (which is written in greek on the Talisman). from the Picatrix:
“(this Talisman) bring glory to me that I shall be feared by men, and so that their fear shall cause them to tremble when they behold me; and quiet the heart of the king and of [his] lords and of [other] men of high estate that they may grant me honors and dignities. Carry this tablet with you, and it shall be as you have requested.”
Moon Mansions Talismans
As the Moon is the earth satellite, it is the fastest of all the celestial bodies, and therefore regulating the most daily and specific of astrological currents, suppressed only by the much faster rotation of the earth on its axis (diurnal cycle) which is reflected by the astrological movement of the Asc (and the other angles) and the wheel of houses which is derived from it.
Invoking the unique power of the Moon at every day of the month, the doctrine of the Moon Mansions served as a tool to focus the astrological effects into more specific and defined life topics.
Like the Sun’s repeating annual cycle, which is reflected in the tropical zodiac wheel, At every point in the sky the Moon has an essential quality (relative to the zodiac and constellations) and effect which is activated, apart from its phase and aspects to other planets. In this way the Moon Mansions are like a Lunar zodiac which derives its meaning from the Moon’s repeating orbit around the earth.
There are variation of this doctrine in different traditions, the Moon Mansions we use for our Talismans are based on the Picatrix which uses the Mansions in reference to the tropical zodiac.
The ancient knowledge regarding this series of talismans derived from The picatrix – a composite work that synthesizes older works on magic and astrology. One of the most influential interpretations suggests it is to be regarded as a “handbook of talismanic magic”, or celestial magic and was an important source of knowledge and influence on many scholars during the Renaissance.
The same cosmic forces that are represented in the pendant act on us also on the personal level, on relationships and everyday life. The pendant has a few uses for inspiration and personal identification with the symbol.
The whole symbol as a representative of perfect balance.
Just one part – serve as a balance to the wearer of the jewel. For instance an impetuous and aggressive man can use the Yin symbol as a relaxing symbol, where as someone who is lacking assertiveness can wear the Yang symbol as a stimulating symbol that drives one to action.
For a couple, each one wears one of the parts as a symbol that completes the other. You can also engrave each of your initials on the back of the pendant.
The Yin Yang is an ancient Asian philosophical outlook that sees polar opposites or opposite powers as powers that complete and define each other. Opposite powers constitute a point of relationship and they complete and balance each other. Every power grows from the other, for example, light and dark or male and female. This philosophy appears also in Taoism that talks about these powers as dynamic powers between movement and rest, when one of the powers reaches the pinnacle of its strength, it changes into a different power.
In Taoism, the Yin Yang is represented by the classical symbol that is called Tajitu.
The Yin is the black part with the white dot which is represented by the part with the crane with the empty circle. Yin represents softness, slowness, passive power, dispersing and cold. The Yin is a female power that is connected to water, earth, to the moon and night. In the whole pendant, which is made up of two different metals, it appears as the part made of silver.
The Yang is the white part with the black dot that is represented by the crane with the full circle. Yang represents hardness, solidity, speed, heat, concentration, active power and it is connected to fire, to water, to the sun and the day. In the whole pendant that is made up of two different metals, it appears as the part made of gold.