Amulets Love Couple Best Friends Celtic Shield Knot Heart Simulated Onyx Blue Goldstone Necklaces
- CoolAmulets® Collection. Very Unique and Special Celtic Shield Knot Magic Heart Medallions with Black Onyx and Blue Goldstone Heart Shaped Cabochons.
- Each Amulet Size: 30mm.
- Each Medallion Pendant is made from Stainless Steel.
- Each Ready to Wear. One Amulet comes with 22" Necklace, and another Amulet comes with 18" Necklace.
- Each Comes with Cute Gift Style Packaging.
Absolutely Unique and One of the Kind Celtic Shield Knot Magic Heart Medallion Amulets. Each is made from Stainless Steel and will look stunning. The Medallions are adorned with Cute Heart Shaped Crystals and makes it Very Special and Attractive Individual Amulets.
Look Stunning and Unique with your Own Magic Protection Celtic Shield Knot Hearts Amulets. Share one Amulet with some one you Love and Care about.
This Set will be Perfect for Love Couples or Best Friends Sharing. Holds Yin Yang Powers as you share two Amulets with each other to stay in Balance.
Celtic Shield Amulet meaning:
Celtic Shield Knot comes from Very Ancient Civilizations. Universally used for warding off evil spirits and protection from danger. The symbol is always fourfold based, but within a greater unity. Invoked as a ward to keep negative energy away. Corners of the knot are meant to represent the four elements of Earth, Air, Fire and Water.
Heart Symbol Myth and Legend:Heart symbol mainly represent Love all over the world. Magicians and Alchemists used the Heart symbols for incantations pertaining to matters related to love and romance. They were also used in rituals with a goal to strengthen relationships. The Heart has long been recognized across cultures as being a symbol for love, charity, joy and compassion. As a graphic representation of an inverted triangle, this symbolizes a vessel in which love is poured or carried. Consider the symbolism an upside-down triangle. The heart evolved from this initial symbol. Historically, the meaning of the heart symbol grew from its use as a religious icon. Ancient Egyptians called the heart symbol Ieb, believing it was the center of all consciousness, the center of life itself. It was the only organ not removed during mummification. Among Christians, it stands for charity, hope or forgiveness as is the case in the Sacred Heart. Generally speaking, the heart was the center of thought, emotion or the soul, the center of one's being.