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GEMPSS5-SOL Seed Of Life Pendant with Rainbow Gems
Seed Of Life Pendant ,gemset stainless steel



 
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GEMPSS5-SOL This large Seed Of Life Sacred Geometry pendant made in stainless steel with exquisite rainbow chakra gemstone cubic zirconias. Cut in amazingly fine detail with laser technology. the pendant is 4 centimeters across by 2.5 millimeters thick. Including the bail the pendant measures 6.5 centimeters " high. Comes with an 18" stainless steel necklace chain.

The Seed of Life is at the heart of the Flower of Life and is considered to have a very deep and sacred meaning. Both patterns can be seen in art and sacred temples around the world.

Also called the Genesis Pattern, some feel that it represents the seven days of creation. The center circle represents the Creator and the initial creation, next the resonating radiating universal spirit of consciousness made a second circle (which forms another sacred symbol known as the Vesica Pisces), then a third (making the holy trinity) and so on until there were a total of seven circles.

Leonardo da Vinci was intrigued by the Seed of Life and the Flower of Life; both can be seen in his drawings.

The Egg of Life is within the Seed of Life. The Egg of Life is also composed of seven circles and is said to be in the shape of a multicellular embryo in its first hours of creation. This outlook makes the Egg of Life a central part of creation itself.

Some sacred geometry practitioners feel an important point to remember is that these patterns are two-dimensional representations of three-dimensional shapes.

Some believe that Sacred Geometry is the underlying foundation from which the universe and all life were made. When you look deeply, you may see the correlation between certain geometrical patterns and the natural world such as the chambered nautilus, honey combs, certain plants, proportions of the human body, orbits of the planets, the structure of crystals, the atomic structure of chemicals, music, ancient religious symbols and so on. When you look at all of the similarities and think about the ancient origins of the Flower of Life symbol, it is no wonder that there are groups worldwide who meditate upon and feel uplifted by sacred geometry.