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Gnostic Ankh

The ankh was an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic, signifying 'life.' Gods may carry it by the loop, or bear one in each hand crossed over their breast. In Latin, it is known as 'crux ansata' meaning 'cross with a handle.' The ankh often appears in Egyptian tomb paintings and other art. It also appears on the fingertips of a god or goddess in images that represent the deities of the afterlife. It still remains a mystery about what the symbol actually represents. The form of the symbol suggests perhaps a sandal strap as its original meaning, though it has been seen as representing a magical knot. The ankh symbol was often carried by Egyptians as a talisman, either alone, or in connection with two other hieroglyphics that mean 'strength' and 'health.' As a cross, it has been extensively used in the symbolism of the Coptic Christian church. Gnostic Ankh pendant is constructed of pewter and enamel with 4 crystals. The approximate size of the Gnostic Ankh is 2.6 x 1.2 inches. Chain is included. Spiritual wisdom through the power of knowledge.

Celtic Cross Perfume Locket Blue Bottle

A small blue glass bottle on cord is wrapped by an antiqued pewter Celtic Cross. The ancient old tradition of carrying small vials about the neck filled with potions for protection or love have been around long before the middle ages. Often these little bottles or vials were uniquely decorated to enhance their power. Fill it with whatever lifts your spirits!

Illuminati cross

The angels of Bernini steer the sacred path of light through the altars of science.Illuminati is a Greek word meaning 'Illumination'; a name given to those who submitted to Christian baptism. In Latin, it literally means 'Enlightened ones.' The Alumbrados, a mystical 16th-century Spanish sect, were among the societies that later adopted the name Illuminati. Later on, the title of Illuminati was used by a secret society founded in 1776 by Adam Weishaupt, a former Jesuit and professor of canon law at the University of Ingolstadt. This stunning cross offers a unique detailing, featuring five Austrian crystals and a gilt star in the middle. A Bernini angel is presented on each side of the cross. The cross is ornamented with hieroglyphics.

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