Pleiades Turquoise Pendant
This pendant design depicts a creative interpretation of a Pleiadian code for truth, love and vitality. This symbol is said to assist in bringing your manifestations into reality and tuning your frequency with what you desire. In aligning your truth you can then call it forward.
These codes are here to activate your innate knowledge of who you are. Your essence so to speak.
It's been said this symbol is ancient and has been used in Lemuria, Atlantis and Agharta.
This ancient symbology is handmade and paired with Turquoise, set in 925 sterling silver.
What is Pleiades?
Pleiades is also called the “Seven Sisters,” and is a group of stars in the Taurus constellation. At a distance of 444.2 light-years, Pleiades is the closest star cluster to earth.
In the night sky you can often sight this beautiful cluster of stars twinkling nearby Orions belt or for us Aussies (the Saucepan) as we call it.
Did you know Subaru is the Japanese word for Pleiades and the company logo, an oval with six four point stars, represents the Pleiades star cluster?
Cherokee legends teach that Native Americans originated long ago in the Pleiades, and assert that indigenous people are on Earth as 'star seeds' with a mission of bringing light and knowledge.
Turquoise is perhaps the oldest stone in human history, the talisman of kings, shamans, and warriors. It is a stone of protection, self realization and assists in creative pursuits and problem solving.
Also coveted as a crystal for travel, Turquoise is worn to protect you and your possessions against theft and loss.
Turquoise is a stone for self-forgiveness, self-acceptance and the release of useless regrets. It encourages us to honour ourselves as a creation and a tool of the Divine.
Turquoise is a strengthening stone, good for exhaustion, depression, or panic attacks. It enhances immune systems, supporting the assimilation of nutrients, alleviating pollution and viral infections. It is anti-inflammatory and detoxifying, reducing excess acidity and benefiting gout, rheumatism, and the stomach. [Hall, 306][Gienger, 89]