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Egyptian symbols – Gold Earrings


This unique design works as a purifier of body and mind. It helps us detach from old habits and be reborn as a Higher Being.

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Metal: 14k Gold

4 x 1.7 cm - 1.57 x 0.66 Inch
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Product Description

This unique artifact design combines the most powerful Egyptian symbols of the ankh, the Scarab, the Lotus and the eye of Ra and it will help to activate the transformational ability of your spirit,

When this sacred symbols forged together into a single piece of jewellery, they attract the energy of Balance and Harmony, Fertility, Faith, Optimism and Hope.

The Ankh is an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol mostly known as "the key of life" or "the key of the Nile”.
It was most commonly used in writing and in Egyptian art to represent the word for “life" but its origin is still unknown.

The symbol of the Ankh has also been interpreted as a symbol for balance between opposing forces, for example, between masculinity and femininity, immortality and death as well as a symbol of the union of the opposing forces, for example, the union between man and woman and the creation of life through this union.

The Ankh amulet was used to represent life, joy, energy, and fertility. The Egyptians used them in their daily life but also as an offering for the dead to accompany them in life after death.

The Scarab is one of the most known objects of Ancient Egypt, it was an extremely common and powerful artifact that used to symbolise Becoming, Being, Rebirth and Regeneration.

Since the scarab hieroglyph is associated with the concepts of: Existence, Manifestation, Development, Growth, and Effectiveness, the beetle itself was one of the most well-known and sacred of all amulets in Ancient Egypt’s history and it was believed that the one who wears the Scarab Amulet, will attract Good Luck, Personal Growth, Divine Wisdom and Good Health.




The Lotus flower was a sacred symbol for the ancient Egyptians, and is still sacred today for the Buddhists and for the Hindus. According to ancient Egypt belief, a giant Lotus blossom was the first thing to emerge from the primordial waters of Nun and give birth to the Sun God.

In this piece of jewel we used The Lotus symbol so it will spread its roots across the troubled waters of our minds and gently remind us that we have the power to rise from our own dark places and be reborn, like the Lotus rising from the muddy waters of attachment and desire as a sacred flower, pure and beautiful.

The Eye of Ra, which is perhaps the best known of all Egyptian protective amulets, is a symbol of protective force, royal vigour, good health and life-giving power. It was celebrated in temple rituals and its deterrent aspect was invoked in the protection of the pharaoh, of sacred places and of ordinary people and their homes.

The Eye of Ra  is an extension of Ra’s power (ancient Egyptian sun god) and it was believed that the power of the Eye defended Ra against agents of disorder who threatened his rule. The Eye of Ra is deeply involved with the sun god’s creative actions and was similarly believed to ward off evil, thus making it a powerful amulet against the ‘Evil Eye’, just like in the common Hebrew phrase “Neged Ayin HaRa” (“against the Evil Eye”).

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