Friday, November 13, 2009

Symbolism of rings.

Millenia back, the Celts, a grouping of independent clans spread through much of current day Europe, were complicated workmen, carving knot work patterns that have impressed current day jewelers to make marriage bands. We all know the Celts, like Local folk of Northern America, viewed the earth itself as well as all sides of life and death as divine. Click the link for more stories on mens jewelry rings. The natural world was considered sacred, and every brook, mountain and tree had its own spirit of place.

Rings generally have an extremely rooted enchanting importance. Incantations and spells for the protection of the wearer of rings are common motifs. The Mummy Goddess was accepted to the maiden, mummy and crone. Actually the trinity knot also illustrates the One being dividing off into the manly and female, or the ma and son--a magical truth considered in several holy conventions. Though modern jewellery methods permit a bigger range of chances than the Celts had in the time of the Romans, finding an outstanding Celtic marriage band at a local jewellery store won't be possible.

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