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Each of 58 unique pendant handmade designs below is available in one of five different gemstones: Black Tourmaline, Lapis Lazuli, Malachite, Turquoise and Red Coral.  

Since each pendant is handmade, the colors used to make your design may vary. You can specify gemstone backing in "Notes to Merchant" when you check out with PayPal. 

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Honoring sacred symbols from cultures around the world...
Handmade by an artisan family in India, these aesthetically beautiful pendants come in 5 different gemstones and 2 - 3 sizes:




We are happy to announce our new Mini 1 inch Pendants.  They come in 6 different designs: Flower of Life, Sri Yantra, Sahasrara, Metatron's Cube, Tube Torus and Lotus Om.  They are also available in 4 gemstones: Black Tourmaline, Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli and Malachite.

You can specify which  kind of pendant you want in 'Notes to Merchant' when you check out.
The Mini's make great gifts for children, pets and people who like more petite jewelry.       

Pendants are available in 5 sizes: Mini  (1 inch)   Small (1 3/16 inch)      Medium (1 1/2 inch)                                                       Large (1 5/8 inch)       Extra Large (3 inch)




Mini Pendants 1 inch

Small Pendants 1 1/4 inch



Medium Pendants 1 1/2 inch



Large Pendants 1 5/8 inch

Sterling Silver Rope Chains 16", 18", 20" or 22"

Sterling Silver Rope Chains 24". 26". 28" or 30"

Sacred Geometry Patterns
Each pendant has a unique mixture of crushed gemstones

1) Sri Yantra

The Sri Yantra, or Yantra of Creation, represents the OM vibration and has been known in the Hindu and Buddhist traditions since Vedic times, as the most powerful and mystically beautiful of all Yantras (visual symbol to balance the mind or focus it on spiritual concepts). It represent the timeless creative principle of the universe, the continuous unfoldment of all realms of creation from the Central Source and, with that mindfulness; it is also used as an object of meditation.


2E) Metatron's CubeFlower of Life, Lotus Om, 
Tree of Life, Sahasrara and Sri Yantra Earrings

(These are all one inch across)

Enjoy wearing these aesthetically beautiful 
Sacred Earrings and feel the uplifting vibrations.


Sacred Geometry Earrings


2XL) Extra Large Pendants
(3 inch across)
These Extra Large "3 inch" pendants are available in the following designs:  Chakra ManFlower of Life, Merkaba in Flower of Life, Metatron's Cube, Metatron's Cube in Flower of Life, Om, Penteract, Sixth Dimension,  Sri Yantra and Sri Yantra Mandala.


Extra-Large Pendants 3"

3) Sri Yantra Mandala

This design pattern of the Sri Yantra Is often found in Tibetan Mandalas.


4) MerKaBa

The MerKaBa, which can be viewed as a three dimensional Star of David. Also spelled MerKaBah, it is the divine light vehicle allegedly used by ascended masters to connect with and reach those in tune with the higher realms. "Mer" means Light. "Ka" means Spirit. "Ba" means Body. Mer-Ka-Ba means the spirit/body surrounded by counter-rotating fields of light, (wheels within wheels), spirals of energy as in DNA, which transports spirit/body from one dimension to another.

5A) Flower of Life

The Flower of Life symbol is considered to be sacred among many cultures, both ancient and modern. Within this symbol can be found all the building blocks of the universe (Platonic Solids). The Flower of Life can be used as a metaphor to illustrate the connectedness of all life and the one spirit within the universe.

                                                       5B) New Flower of Life


6) MerKaBa in Flower of Life

This joining of the MerKaBa and the Flower of Life further empowers unity consciousness.


7) Fourth Dimension

This Crop Circle called the Fourth Dimension appeared at Barbury Castle in 1991. It symbolizes leaving the Age of darkness, which will be replaced by a new eternal Golden Age consisting of JOY and HAPPINESS without opposites because all darkness is becoming extinct.

8) Man in the Maze
According to O'odham ( Native American Tribe) oral history, the labyrinth design depicts experiences and choices we make in our journey through life. In the middle of the "maze", a person finds their dreams and goals. When one reaches the center, we have one final opportunity (the last turn in the design) to look back upon our choices and path, before the Sun God greets us, blesses us and passes us into rebirth.


9) Sahasrara


The Sahasrara, which represents the 7th or Crown Chakra, is referred to as the “lotus of a thousand petals”. It is the epicenter of the soul and the essence of one’s complete being. The seventh chakra is responsible for the integration of all the others, melding them with their own individual qualities and is often referred to as the Promised Land where complete and utter freedom and truth are obtained.


10) Galactic Butterfly

Galactic Butterfly – This Hunab Ku symbol represents the Supreme God and Creator of the Maya. He is the head of the Mayan Pantheon and called 'God of the Gods'. Originally a rectangular design, it was modified by Jose Argüelles, author of the Mayan Factor, to look more like a circular motif evoking a yin and yang symbol, as well as a spiral galaxy.


11) Caduceus
This pattern, known as the Caduceus, consists of two serpents criss-crossed around a staff topped by a round knob and flanked by wing, has been the symbol of the American medical profession for nearly a hundred years.


12) Metatron’s Cube

Metatron’s Cube - Mythically speaking, Metatron was originally human, elevated to archangel by God for his services as scribe. He was considered to be the foremost communicator between humans and the divine. Metatron is best known for his ‘cube’ which is derived from the Fruit of Life, which are thirteen circles concealed in the ancient Flower of Life found inscribed on the walls of the Osirion temple at Abydos, Egypt and throughout many ancient cultures. The centers of each of these thirteen circles are then all connected to each other to form Metatron’s Cube and it is from this pattern that all of the “Platonic Solids” can be formed which are the building blocks of all life.


13) Golden Mean Spiral
Golden Mean Spiral – This spiral is derived via the golden rectangle, a unique rectangle which has the golden ratio. This form is found everywhere in nature: the Nautilus Shell, the face of a Sunflower, your fingerprints, our DNA, and the shape of the Milky Way.


14) Seed of Life
The Seed of Life Pendant is a symbol of blessing and protection passed through generations; it contains the secret of the seven days of the creation. It can also be worn as a symbol of fertility. These circles are placed with 6-fold symmetry, forming a mesmerizing pattern of circles and lenses. It is just one level away from the most recognized Sacred Geometry Symbol, the Flower of Life.


15) Tree of Life

The Tree of Life symbol represents different qualities and virtues like wisdom, strength, protection, beauty, bounty and redemption. This tree is associated with the creator because it provides protection, supports abundant fruit production and thereby, regeneration. This symbol indicates that all forms of life are connected through a cosmic energy and that we as humans should live in harmony with the rest of all living beings.


16) Tree of Life within the Flower of Life

The combined essence of the Tree of Life within the Flower of Life, a dynamic synergy.


17) Pentagram
The Pentagram was used symbolically in Ancient Greece and Babylonia, and is used today as a symbol of faith by many Wiccans, akin to the use of the cross by Christians and the Star of David by Jews. Also, in Ancient Greece, Pythagoran School taught that the pentagram was a symbol of mathematical perfection.


18) Abundance
This symbol represents the Abundance that is all around us. As we open ourselves up and do whatever it takes to manifest our true calling, the Universe unfolds to provide us with everything under the Sun that we need in divine right timing.


19) Sunflower


The physical resemblance of the Sunflower to the Sun has significantly influenced its meaning. The sunflower's petals have been likened to bright yellow rays of sunshine, which evoke feelings of warmth and happiness. In addition, the sunflower is often associated with adoration and longevity.  The Sunflower Pendant pattern has also shown up as a crop circle.

20) Hamsa



The Hamsa depicts the open right hand, an image recognized and used as a sign of protection in many societies throughout history, particularly in the three major Western Religions. The Hamsa is said to provide defense against the evil eye.


21) Om

This symbol for OM represents a mystical Sanskrit sound of Hindu origin that is sacred and important in various Dharmic religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism.


22) Star of David
The Star of David is a symbol representing the Jewish religion. Its shape is that of a hexagram, the compound of two equilateral triangles. One facing up toward Heaven and one pointing down toward earth. The Star of David within the Star of David is a symbol associated with the Ancient Jews of Ethopia.


23) Vajra

Vajra is a Sanskrit word meaning diamond and thunderbolt. The vajra is believed to represent firmness of spirit and spiritual power and is commonly used symbolically by Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism.


24) Labyrinth

Labyrinths are a single path or uni-cursal tool for personal, psychological and spiritual transformation. Labyrinths are thought to enhance right brain activity. The Classical Seven Circuit Labyrinth in this example shows that you enter a labyrinth through the mouth and then walk on the paths or circuits. The goal is to get to the center of the labyrinth. When you reach it, you have gone half the distance and you can sit and go into a meditative state. Then, you need to turn around and walk back out. This whole process has been used in various cultures to prepare individuals for entering into Holy shrines.


25) Ankh
The Ankh, also known as the Key of Life, represents the concept of eternal life, which is the general meaning of this symbol.  The Egyptian Gods are often portrayed carrying it by its loop, or bearing one in each hand, arms crossed over their chest.  This symbol stands for life or living, and is used to form part of the Egyptian words such as ‘health’ and ‘happiness.’




26) Birthwell
This symbol is the logo for Birthwell, a group of five women specializing in Waterbirth and Holistic Birthing Practices. The star inside the mama’s tummy is an embro of a child being prepared for birth. Birthwell symbolizes rebirth and new beginnings.

27) Swallows
The Swallows Crop Circle appeared on 8-3-03 near Whitehorse in England. The Hopi believe that swallows are the messengers of God and it said by some people that they were brought here to lead the planets in an upward direction.


28) Mayan Headdress

The Mayan Headdress crop circle resembles a Native American Headdress with a prominent Mayan Motif. It has a zig zag pattern to it ... signature of the feathered serpent, Quetzalcoatl, 'The Radiant One' who is expected by some people to make his return any time now...

29) Tube Torus

The Tube Torus is a shape created out of the basic structure of creation called The Seed of Life. It is one of the basic shapes of the universe and is considered as the ultimate sign of unity. The Tube Torus has no inner or outer side and so it symbolizes for the wearer the unity between what you are experiencing as the outer world and as your inner world.


30) Yin/Yang Double Dragon
In Asian philosophy, the concept of Yin Yang is used to describe how polar opposites or seemingly contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other in turn. Opposites thus only exist in relation to each other. The Dragon symbol represents strength, power and good luck.

31) Penta Spiral
The Penta Spiral is an artistically beautiful rendition of the Golden Mean Spiral. Those with a Life Path of 5 seek freedom above all else.


32) Twelve Pointed Star
This Twelve Pointed Star beautifully represents the number twelve which symbolizes what is completed, forms a whole, and is a perfect and harmonious unit. In the ancient civilizations, like Oriental and Judaic, it corresponds to the plenitude, the completion and the integrity of a thing. It also may be used to represent the twelve tribes of Israel or the twelve apostles.

33) Rose Cross
The Rose Cross comes from the Society of the Rose-Cross which devoted itself to teaching mankind the love of God and the beauty of brotherhood.  They founded their symbolism upon the rose and the cross, which typify the redemption of man through the union of his lower temporal nature with his higher eternal nature.

34)  Ankh in Flower of Life

This beautiful symbol combines the Ankh which is known as the Key of Life, and in Ancient Egyptian symbolizes the concept of Eternal Life, with the Flower of Life which represents the interconnectedness and Oneness of Creation.


35) Sufi Winged Heart

"Love has no other desire but to fulfill itself.. To melt and be like a running brook that sings its melody to the night.. To wake at dawn with a winged heart and give thanks for another day of loving."  ~Kahlil Gibran~  Sufism is known as “Islamic Mysticism,” in which Muslims seek to find divine Love and knowledge through direct personal experience of God.  This symbol is a heart with wings within which is a five pointed star (representing divine light) and a crescent moon (reflecting responsiveness to this light).   “In brief, the meaning of this symbol is that the heart responsive to the light of God is liberated.”   ~Hazrat Inayat Khan~


36) Fruit of Life

Composed of 13 circles taken from the Flower of Life, it is said to be the blueprint of the Universe, containing the basis for the design of every atom, molecular structure, life form and everything in existence.  It contains the geometric basis for the delineation of Metatron's Cube, which brings forth the platonic solids.


37) Chakra Man

Chakra Man surrounded by the Flower of Life sitting in a lotus pose with his seven chakras resonating.


38) Bagua
The Bagua consists of eight trigrams used in Taoist cosmology to represent the fundamental principles of reality.

39) Seal of Rassilon
Artwork inspired by Dr.Who


40) Gallifrey, a Lord of Time
 Artwork inspired by Dr. Who.


41) Nautilus

The Nautilus is a living fossil that has survived in earth's oceans for the last 500 million years and could grow up to six meters long.  The Nautilus is a very good representation of the Golden Mean or Divine Proportion which appears regularly in the realm of things that grow and unfold in steps. The continuous curves of the spirals, which are feminine in nature, and the ratios between each of the chambers reveal the intimate relationship between the harmonics of nature and Sacred Geometry. 


42)  Vesica Pises
The Vesica Piscis is made by linking two circles together, bringing the outside edge of each to the midway point of the other. The almond-shaped center of the image is called a 
mandorla (Latin for almond).  When the Vesica Piscis is viewed horizontally, however, the mandorla becomes a different sort of passage: the birth passage. The pointed oval is a universal symbol of the Divine Feminine, and in this context the Vesica Piscis is the vulva of the Goddess, surrounded by the crescents of the waxing and waning moon.


43A)  Right Eye of Horus 
The Eye of Horus is an Ancient Egyptian  symbol of protection, royal power and good health. The right eye is called the Eye of Ra, symbolizing the sun. The Eye of Horus refers to the ancient Mystery School Teachings of Creational Geometry encoded by Isis and Osiris and left behind with their priests in Egypt.  It was also the name of an Intuitive Mystery School created by Pharaoh Akhenaten  around 1400 B.C.


43B)   Left Eye of Horus
The Left Eye of Horus was the name of a Logically based Mystery School created by Pharaoh Akhenaten.  Initiates were required to attend 8 years of this school before they could be enrolled in 8 years of the Right Eye of Horus Intuitive School.


44)  Sun/Moon

Sun and Moon express two opposing poles in the Universe, the Yang and the Yin.  Combined they suggest a more powerful and greater Whole.  Sun represents masculinity, authority, wisdom, strength and power.  Moon signifies emotion, imagination, intuition and beauty.  Together Sun and Moon represent union of one’s male and  female attributes to a form a balance in a person’s relationships to others, the blending of the active and receptive human capacities. 

45)  Adi Shakti

Adi Shakti means, literally, the primal, first power. Feminine in its aspect, it divines the future—both known and unknown, and is the embodiment of creativity, balance, and completion.  As a symbol, its impact transcends the rational mind.
46) Manipura Chakra (Solar Plexus)


Manipura is considered the center of dynamism, energy, will power and achievement which radiates Prana throughout the entire human body.  It is associated with the power of fire and digestion, as well as with the sense of sight and the action of movement. Manipura is "the center of etheric-psychic intuition and opening up this area may help in making better decisions in one's life on many different levels.
 47) Triskelion
The triskelion is also known as the “Spiral of Life.”   The three spirals represent balance, harmony and continual motion indicative of the flow of life and of the Earth in her seasons and cycles.  Triskelions assist in the bioelectric and bio-magnetic energy flow based on mathematics and sacred geometry.  Placed in or around water, they create energetic vortices that bring molecular structure to water.


   48) Gye Nyame
The Gye Nyame, according to the Akan people of Ghana, represents the omnipotence and the omnipresence of God.  Creation dates back to time immemorial; no one lives who saw its beginning and no one will live to its end, except God.

49) Choku Rei
Pronounced"Cho-Koo-Ray". its general meaning is the place of power of the Universe is here.  This power symbol can be used to increase the power in Reiki Healing Practice and help improve the flow of Life Force Energy.  It can also be used for protection.


   50) Tri-Spiral
This unquestionably beautiful symbol has three Golden Mean Spirals being birthed out of an equilateral triangle.  It represents the Holy Trinity, Internal Balance and Dive Harmony of the highest order.

51) Butterfly
The Butterfly symbolizes metamorphosis, a total transformation.  It represents a need to change and greater freedom.  As we move through different life cycles we experience a sense of renewal and rebirth.  The butterfly also represents lightness of being, playfulness and finding greater joy in life.

52) Julius Set

The Julius Set is characterized by spiral patterns which follow the phi ratio and mimic the energy flow in various natural phenomena, including the nautilus, lightning, spiral-armed galaxies, etc. These designs often carry elements of Sacred Geometry and communicate to us on many levels, as well as dazzle us with their beauty.
    53) Lotus Om
Om represents the sound of the Universe and is used by Hindu and Buddhist Meditators to aid them in their search for enlightenment.  From an abyss of nothingness there is uttered a divine call.  It is as if the cosmic mouth opens and presses out a sweet song of creation across the void.  The lotus, also used in both Hinduism and Buddhism, is a symbol of purity and beauty.  Together these two symbols convey a reverence for life, an honor for creation and an understanding of the Divine Motion of the Universe.


                                   54) Penteract, 5th Dimensional Hypercube
                                       
Fifth Dimensional Consciousness can be the experience of a permanent state of peace, bliss, love, and joy. One sees themselves in everyone whether it be humans or animals.  The mind is more quiet and one tends to live in the present moment with increased psychic and intuitive abilities.  Manifestation is easier and synchronicities become more apparent.



                                                      55) Sixth Dimension
Sixth Dimensional Consciousness is Oneness with the Sparks of God within all Souls and all life ever created by God, The All That Is, everywhere...it can be called the "Miracle Space".

                                           
                                56) Metatron's Cube in Flower of Life
Metatron is best known for his ‘cube’ which is derived from the Fruit of Life, which are thirteen circles concealed in the ancient Flower of Life.  When superimposed on top of another Flower of Life it reinforces our Unity Consciousness...the Sacred Oneness of all Creation.

                                                                   
                     57) Septagram (Seven Sided Polygon) 
                                                             
Septagram or Faerie Star, is used by many Pagan and Celtic-based Traditions.  In Sacred Geometry it is called a heptagon, a 7-sided polygon.  The seven points represent the Sun, The Forest, the Sea, Magic, the Moon, the Wind, and the Connection (or Spirit).  It is also used by many Christian faiths to symbolize the seven days of creation and the perfection or God. 


58) Star of Lakshmi

The Star of Lakshmi, is also known as an Octagram, is formed by two overlapping squares.  This symbol represents Lakshmi's eight forms of wealth and prosperity.  When called upon, Lakshmi opens the floodgates of heaven to help us meet our heart’s and budget’s needs. 


                                               59) Nile Woman

The Nile Woman refers to Cleopatra, "Queen of the Nile", and represents beauty, determination, strength and boldness.  It is a great symbol for women who are getting in touch with their true power.


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