Etched copper Tibetan Om. The Om is an ancient symbol used by many different Vedic and Buddhist cultures. It represents the sound of creation. The waxed linen chord is tied in a Celtic inspired knot with a series of Triquetra knots accented with turquoise beads. The triquetra symbol is one of the oldest Celtic symbols dating back to 500 BC. It is thought to represent the three stages of womanhood which are Mother Maiden and Chrone in the older Celtic tradition. It was later adopted by Christian symbology and in that system of symbology it represents the Holy Trinity.
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