Channel Your Inner Celt!
Silver artifacts have been found that date back thousands of years. Today, the top producing countries in the world are Mexico, USA, Canada, Russia, Peru and Australia, with the mines in Idaho digging out a total of one billion ounces since it began operation in 1880.
Like gold, silver has always symbolized wealth and prosperity, and there have always been many legends and traditions that have used silver to attract money.
Although Gold and Bronze may have been discovered earlier in history, Silver’s impact is equally significant.
In modern life we use silver for many industrial applications, as well as for jewelry. Silver is very malleable and ductile, and an ounce of Silver can be stretched into a 30 mile long wire and flattened into a thinness of 1/100,000 of an inch. It has the highest optical reflective qualities of any metal, making it very useful in mirrors and solar energy.
Wearing silver jewelry helps promote patience and perseverance. It is often combined with gemstones, where the silver attracts and enhances the qualities emitted by the stones. It has little vibrational impact on the stones and is thought to strengthen the connection between the wearer and the stone, allowing a gentle flow of energy. It manages to draw negativity from the body while transferring the positive energies from the gemstone.
Silver has always been associated with the moon. It is known to enhance the powers of the moon, particularly during the full and new moons and, as the moon reflects the light of the sun, silver reflects negativity from the wearer. Silver has long been worn to provide protection again evil intent, reflecting spells of harm back to the sender.
There is a long history and tradition of healing associated with Silver and, early on, it was found that Silver has antibacterial properties. Over 2,500 years ago, a Persian king noticed that liquids kept in Silver containers remained fresh and pure longer.
Silver may also help in treating some infectious diseases, like hepatitis or the flu, and may help cleanse your blood and correct chemical and hormonal imbalances if used properly. In more traditional medicine it is used for dental fillings and fittings, as well as surgical implants.
Silver is believed to benefit blood circulation, help the lungs and throat, detoxify the body, aid in the treatment of degenerative brain diseases and hepatitis, correct hormonal & chemical imbalances, and improve nerve impulse transmission.
A Celtic Knot is usually an unending loop. Also known as an endless knot or mystic knot, the meaning of a Celtic Knot is open to interpretation. The likeliest meaning is that the interconnected design is a reflection of life's continuity and eternity; a depiction of the unending cycle of life. Knot designs have been found in Roman designs dating from up to 600 B.C. but the closed loop of the main eight designs were adopted by the Celtic people of Scotland, Ireland, and Wales around 450 A.D.
This sterling silver pendant depicts one of the Celtic Knot patterns.
Dimensions: Knot design: 20mm x 20mm; chain length 45 cm (~18 inches)
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*Note: The properties of healing stones should not be considered as healthcare information.