OUR AMULETS 2 2019-05-27T19:47:10+02:00

CHOOSE YOUR AMULET


LUNULA

Lunula – the most powerful pagan protection from evil eye. It’s one of the ancient protectors and amulets or good luck charms. The finds of lunula appeared across various periods and various cultures all over Europe. Lunula means a small moon. It’s a female symbol dating back to the end of the Bronze Age. Wearing this symbol people hoped to attract luck, happiness and to protect themselves from evil forces, evil eye, demonic creatures. Lunula jewelry had popularity among Slavic and Viking women.Slavic women strongly believed in protective power of the symbol of crescent moon. 

MAYA

In Mayan tradition, the symbol of the Sun or half sun was used as a representation of dawn, elevation, clarity of mind and consciousness. The sun is the creator, indicates the time of the productivity and action, and if you strongly focus on this symbol – it can facilitate the process of “enlightenment”. In fact, it can help you reach all those valuable informations that make everyday life easier and better. The Mayans deeply respected this God – he is the powerful teacher who always gives the best advice, and thanks to his lessons we are able not only to survive, but to “shine” on an immaterial, spiritual level as well.

MOON STAR

The Moon has a female nature. In the Antiquity some defined the Moon as the lord of women. The Moon was identified with women because the lunar cycles are linked to the physiological cycles of women.The Moon also represents renovation, resurrection due to the lunar phases, in which the Moon evolves. As the Moon is the cause of tides, it is identified as the medium between the sky and the earth. The Stars symbolize the spirit. They are often depicted in big number, and then they symbolize the battle against darkness. They are also associated with the cosmical order and destiny. The star of 8 points symbolizes plenitude, maturity, and reincarnation, the cycle of life.


DORJE

The word Dorje means Lord of Stones in Tibetan. It symbolizes the capacity to transform all experience into an experience of enlightened perspective. Vajra, Tibetan is dorje.The vajra is believed to represent firmness of spirit and spiritual power.Vajra, the Sanskrit word, means the hard or mighty one, diamond-like. Its brilliance illuminates ignorance and reveals Truth, destroying the delusion that causes suffering. Everything in samsara, cyclic existence, is impermanent, and therefore, not to be relied upon. The dorje symbolizes the skillful means of transforming our ordinary experience to one that will propel us on our spiritual path. The dorje has five extraordinary characteristics. It is impenetrable, immovable, immutable, indivisible and indestructible.

SCARAB

Over the ages, they have been used to symbolise wealth, used as currency, fashion accessory and also to serve as a form of artistic expression.In ancient Egyptian religion the scarab was also a symbol of immortality, resurrection, transformation and protection.Over the history and religious beliefs surrounding the Scarab Symbol which was one of the most important religious Egyptian Symbols in the mythology of ancient Egypt. A scarab amulet provided the wearer with protection and confidence in the certain knowledge of reincarnation.

DOUBLE DORJE

The Phurba is triple sided Tibetan ritual dagger or stake. It subdues evil spirits and negative energies, transforming them into positive forces. Phurba is used in the ritual slaying of negative emotions, such as anger. It is regarded as possessing magical powers.The sides of the Phurba destroy the three poisons: attachment, aversion, delusion.The Phurbas were traditionally for the use of hunting down the demons.


THE TIBETAN TUSK

Tusk jewelry symbolizes Ganesha, an elephant that has the strength to uproot a tree, but can also pick up a needle.There is great symbolism in Ganesha’s one tusk, meaning that a person is wise and beyond duality. The elephant is also a Buddhist symbol of mental strength. Wearing a tusk pendant asserts mental strength and wise character. Tusk jewelry is meant to be worn by individuals who want to symbolize they are strong in character.

PHURBA

The Phurba is triple sided Tibetan ritual dagger or stake. It subdues evil spirits and negative energies, transforming them into positive forces. Phurba is used in the ritual slaying of negative emotions, such as anger. It is regarded as possessing magical powers.The sides of the Phurba destroy the three poisons: attachment, aversion, delusion.The Phurbas were traditionally for the use of hunting down the demons.

THE TIBETAN GAO PRAYER BOX

The gao is used within this tradition as an amulet – a ritualistic object believed to provide protection from evil.  A gao box is often embedded with semi-precious or precious stones  They are designed to provide magical protection or to draw love, money or increase the wearer’s gambling luck.This is not a traditional use for an empty Gau box, but it is a powerful love spell in which you create an amulet inside a Gau that you can wear or give as jewelry.