Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Silver Jewellery representing Pagan Paths

Why Silver?

Silver represents the moon and the Goddess,so it's easy to see why using symbolic silver jewellery appeals to us pagans.  Whether it is to have protection, to keep grounded, enhance your energies and intuitions, feel closer to your Goddess, God or Deity or simply as a show of faith in your path. Silver invokes feminine energies, enhances learning, brings balance and harmony. 


Symbols are an important part of most religions, but none more so than in Pagan Paths. 


The pentagram has reportedly been found in use as far back as 3500bc in the times of Uruk, in Ur of the Chaldees in Ancient Mesopotamia. It is one of the most used and historic symbols we have discovered and many cultures have used the symbol with slightly different meanings. I have to say, on a personal note i love this symbol. For me it represents complete unity, strength, and wholeness. Used by many paths including Witchcraft, Wicca, and Druidism. Its five points usually represent Spirit, Fire, Earth, Water and Air.

Triple Moon

The Triple Moon, symbolizes the waxing, full and waning moon and the Maiden, the Mother and Crone. Its a feminine symbol, associated mainly with Wicca.


The Ankh is a neo- paganism symbol that in used Egyptian Paths.The Ankh symbolizes Eternal Life. It represents the God, Goddess and the Scroll of Life

The Horned God

The Horned God is a Wiccan symbol and represents the Male deity in the paths duo theistic theological system, with the Triple Goddess representing the Female deity. Associated with nature, sexuality and the life cycle.  

My Sterling Silver Pagan Jewellery Range

Some of my Personal favorites

Silver Pentagram Bracelet
Silver Pentagram charm Bracelet Hare

Book of Shadows Silver Charm

Silver Triple Pentagram Bangle

                  My jewellery is all solid 925 sterling silver . High quality, unusual pieces that will last an age. 

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