Wise Owl Pentagram (Pentacle) Bronze Pendant Lisa Parker

A pendant depicting an Owl, symbol of wisdom, perched on a pentagram enclosed in a circle, in beautiful burnished Bronze.
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Wise Owl on Pentagram Pendant in Burnished Bronze by Lisa Parker

3.5cm(1 3/8 inch) x 1.4cm (1/2") excluding bale

A pendant depicting an Owl, symbol of wisdom, perched on a pentagram enclosed in a circle, in beautiful burnished Bronze.

The Owl is sacred to the Goddess Minerva, or Athene, Goddess of Wisdom, and is believed to be a symbol of wisdom itself, partly by association, but also because of its ability to watch over its environment. The Owl is also believed by some cultures to be an intermediary between the Gods and Man.

The pendant is beautifully made and finished, and is supplied complete with a black pendant cord. It will be sent to the buyer charged with healing energy, and comes boxed with a luxurious silk drawstring pouch.

The pentagram is a powerful symbol of Light and a talisman of protection, and this five-pointed star holds great and ancient significance. It was used in very ancient times, and was the badge of the followers of Pythagoras, possibly because its proportions contain the mathematical 'golden section' still used today by artists and architects.

The pentagram represents the five elements of magic used in the Western occult tradition - the material elements of Earth, Air, Fire, Water ruled over by Spirit, the topmost point of the star.

Bronze is an alloy of copper with small amounts of other metals, primarily tin or zinc. It has been used for a variety of purposes for millennia, and its discovery represented a significant advance for human civilization.

Copper is the metal sacred to Venus, and has long been linked to the divine. It is a wonderful conductor of energy.

Copper has been used for many centuries in numerous cultures to stimulate healing, probably because of its ability to balance the body's polarity and allow the projective and receptive energies to flow properly. Any imbalance in these energy systems can eventually lead to physical illness and disease.

Copper is also considered to be a 'lucky' metal, thought to be useful in attracting love and good fortune.

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