There is an old symbol, much older than anyone can remember, beyond Christianity, beyond Rome, Greece and Mesopotamia. It is known as the Vesica Piscis symbol. Latin translation calls it the fish bladder. But don’t be detoured by this name. Looking like two circles overlapping one another, it has been called the symbol of the ‘fish’ or ‘the eye of God,’
Used in Pagan culture, Christian symbolism and sacred geometry, as well as various other belief systems. It is considered the Universal Divine form for creation- the union of cause and effect.
The Vesica Piscis represents, among other things:
A symbol for Jesus Christ.
The uterus of the female goddess (or Mother Mary’s womb).
The basic motif in the Flower of Life.
An overlay of the Tree of Life.
A source of immense power and energy.
The shape of arches in gothic architecture is based on the vesica.
Luna necklace -
Lunar comes from the Latin word luna, meaning moon. The Roman goddess of the moon is called Luna. You can also hear lunar in the word lunatic — they used to think insanity was related to the cycles of the moon.
Hand-crafted charms. Tiny unicorns, lovers heart and crossed arrows - represents the coming together of two tribes or friendship.
Dreaming of the sea bracelet set.