Flower of Life with Rhodizite Pendant Unisex

$ 59.00

  • Solid Sterling Silver .925, oxidized to an antique finish. Also available in bright silver.
  • Flower of life measures approximately 26 mm in diameter without bail, 30 mm with bail
  • Genuine powerful master crystal rhodizite approximately 3 to 4 mm
  • Adjustable black cotton cord is included. Chains are sold separately.
  • Unisex design

This powerful combination of the flower of life symbol and the master crystal rhodizite is very strong and effective.

Rhodizite is a tiny stone that is said to have been used as a master crystal in ancient Lemuria and Atlantis. It helps amplifies all other crystals as well as our intentions. Just holding this stone in your hand brings a strong sensation of grounding and alignment.

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Description

  • Solid Sterling Silver .925, oxidized to an antique finish. Also available in bright silver.
  • Flower of life measures approximately 26 mm in diameter without bail, 30 mm with bail
  • Genuine powerful master crystal rhodizite approximately 3 to 4 mm
  • Adjustable black cotton cord is included. Chains are sold separately.
  • Unisex design

This powerful combination of the flower of life symbol and the master crystal rhodizite is very strong and effective.

Rhodizite is a tiny stone that is said to have been used as a master crystal in ancient Lemuria and Atlantis. It helps amplifies all other crystals as well as our intentions. Just holding this stone in your hand brings a strong sensation of grounding and alignment.

The flower of life pattern consists of a series of evenly spaced interlinking  circles. As more circles are added, the pattern emerges.

Despite the seemingly simplicity of the design, hidden within it are subtle complexities that have such a profound meaning for some that they believe the flower of life depicts the fundamental forms of time and space.

For many the flower of life is an object of mystery which may well unlock the secrets of the universe, since they believe that it contains a record of information about all living things. The flower of life is used as a focus both for study and meditation.

The ubiquity of this beautifully satisfying sacred geometry symbol is astonishing. It appears in the Golden Temple in Amritsar, in a Buddhist temple at Ajanta, India, in the Louvre and at Ephesus. It can be seen in Cordoba, in Marrakech, in Beijing, the Lebanon, Holland, Scotland, Austria, in Egypt and Japan. The oldest example of the flower of life is believed to be 2500 years old.