Sacred Owl Necklace
The owl has always been associated with wisdom because of its links to the Goddess Athena and Roman counterpart Minerva. The Australian Aborigines believe the souls of women are represented by the owl. In Babylon an owl amulet was worn to protect during childbirth. The Inca’s adored the owl for it beauty and bright eyes. The Inuit saw the bird as bringer of wisdom. The Goddess Lakshmi is said to ride an owl. The Celtic Goddess Arianrhod shape shifted into an owl, she could see into human souls and offering comfort and healing to those in need. The owl is associated with the cycle of life.
The owl is a nocturnal and majestic bird of prey scanning its nightly domain for movement. The owl looks wise because its round eyes and quizzical expressions give the impression of a scholar hard at work. The owl was associated with many ancient cultures as a messenger between this world and after life. The hoots and screeches of the owl made it a bird of mystery, secrets and divine information. The moon and the owl go together creating the ideals of the sacred feminine. The owl has amazing hearing, eyesight, camouflage and succinct flight skills. The owl represents study, spiritual wisdom, messages, the afterlife, skill, protection, mystery and magic.
Length: 90cm, Knot firmly at designed length.
Ancient Realms, designed/handcrafted porcelain made in Australia by Sharon Bush, B.A. History/Ancient History U.N.E.
Symbolic Ceremonial Spiritual
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