Large ships sail effortlessly and far on vast waters, silently glide and ....... invincibly ride through rough seas, crossing waves oblivious to their threat. Through deep fog their horn announces their trail, masters of seas they are choosing their way and destiny unhindered by ocean currents. They go where they want, proudly and inexorably, or so it seems watching their powerful movements.
However, only small boats will easily steer through the thick, muddy waters, while large remain sadly stranded. Small boats will manoeuvre through rocks and reefs which are protruding sharply and insidiously, while large boat will cannon onto it desultory, and sink like the Titanic. Storm will capsize easily small boats, but they come again quickly, liberated from water, continuing their journey, while when overcame, great vessels will go inversely to deep sea. For a small boat all ports are friendly and sufficient, while large ships seldom find harbour, forced to float in a long search for peace. Small boats will continue to sail, while large are sank to the seabed where they lie lonely and empty until the end of sea
Pearls were present in aquatic cosmology and sexual symbolism for centuries. They are participants in the secret powers of water. Pearls used to be an omen of power, of procreation and of transcendental reality; today western civilisation considers them a mere precious stone...Read more about Pearls in ancient times
Jade is known for its unique symbolism and strong energy. There are many legends and mysteries to this day, not yet clarified... Read more about Jade symbolism and legends.
This pendant is part of RubyCharm jewellery:
Out of Seashel collection
From ancient times these gems were symbols of creation and genesis. Fetched from that cradle of life, the sea, they were dedicated to the powerful and brazen goddesses of love, and to the life-giving feminine power, which man does not and cannot understand. The power of these jewels is felt on the palm of your hand, and in your eyes and heart.
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