Sun and Moon
The sun and moon are vital parts of all life on earth and the Egyptians like other ancient civilisations revered the wonders of growth that the sun and moon could bring. Nut the goddess of the heavens was the mother of Re the sun god – every night she swallow the sun and regurgitation it in the morning in a symbolic rebirth. The moon was seen as the sun shining at night. This symbol shows a full sun supported by a crescent moon worn by the moon god Khons/Knonshu (meaning: moon and traveller), in human form. These were powerful symbols for the eternity as the deceased would dwell in the starry night sky blessed by the rays of the moon (sun at night). The two combined equal the mysteries that urge us to seek spiritual wisdom and create balance.
Summary: resurrection, empowerment, new growth, travel and spiritual wisdom. Symbols Age: 4000 years old. Hand crafted porcelain – made in Australia
Cord Length: 54cm or tie to desired length.
Pendent dimensions: 3cm x 3cm
Ancient Realms designed by – Sharon Bush, B.A. History/Ancient History U.N.E