The will power pendant is meant to strengthen the wearer’s willpower while keeping the balance and harmony with the world around. The bent spoon symbolizes the power of the consciousness and its influence on the materialistic world.
The engraving upon the pendant says: “Perfect cause, Perfect will and perfect love bring perfect result”.
Perfect cause is the understanding of the process around us. Perfect will is the way we fit inside the processes. Perfect love is the purpose of all existence. The integration of the three brings perfect result…
Year 2016 is coming to an end. We at Ka Gold Jewelry would like to take the opportunity to send our blessings as well as our prayers for the coming year:
May in this year unconditional love will spread without limits
May in this year peace will find its place to the hearts of souls and nations alike
May in this year mutual respect will overcome prejudices bigotry and racism
May in this year humans will start making the necessary changes required to protect mother earth
And may in this year richness will spread between many and poverty will be diminished
We want to wish you a happy and peaceful new year
2016 summary https://goo.gl/5N9E7u – 16% off for 2016 new designs
The year 2016 has brought with it some great new designs. Here is a reminder of the new designs we had:
-New Flower of Life Collection
-The Divine Commandment
-Mars in Scorpio
-Solar Power Talisman
-Over Soul Ring
-Venus Horn (Sold Out)
-Double Helix Golden Mean Spiral
-Philosopher’s Talisman – A Mercury Jupiter Conjunction
The year 2016 has brought with it some great new designs. Here is a list of what we had:
New Flower of Life Collection
The Divine Commandment
Mars in Scorpio
Solar Power Talisman
Over Soul Ring
Venus Horn (Sold Out)
Double Helix Golden Mean Spiral
Philosopher’s Talisman – A Mercury Jupiter Conjunction
This amulet was made for the purpose of finding your own path of freedom and to focus on your own inner fire throughout your life’s journey.
This amulet’s design is inspired by Viking culture. The Vikings pioneered trade, exploration and colonization of new lands for over 300 years before any other European power. Despite being pirates and adventurers, they were the first white people to arrive in America, long before Columbus. The meaning of the name Vikings in old Nordic is Pirates and indeed robbing was a way of life for them.
The Vikings symbolize freedom and true social equality. There is a story of a messenger who was sent on behalf of a French prince to seek out the leader of the Vikings, in order to negotiate with him and talk him out of attacking Paris. The messenger came back unsuccessful and dejected, He reported that when he requested to talk with their leader, the vikings replied, “we are all leaders.”
The Norse Amulet was made by David according to a design that was made by Florence MAQUET as part of David’s jewelry design contest. Florence wrote about it the following description: “My drawing is a blend of older Norse motives, used in the Scandinavian culture. It’s a blend of amulet, shield, and old brooch from Norway. I wish you will realize it as an unique piece of jewelry that you can spread further or propose beside the other Viking motive you already have in your display.”
Yantra is a mystical hindu concept that describes a structure or diagram used to balance or focus the consciousness in order to achieve spiritual comprehension. Wearing the Yantra as a pendant or observing a picture of it is intended to endow one with mystical or spiritual abilities.
The Sri Yantra is a structure made of nine triangles tied to each other surrounding a center point called a “Bindu”. This point represents the beginning of creation out of the “Great Void”. The use of the number three actually exists is several cultures and the representation of three squared depicts, for several reasons, the power of creation and all creation itself. For example: the word God in Hebrew – Elohim – is made up of the words “El”(God), “Elah”(Goddess), and “Elim”(Gods), meaning singular-male, singular-female, and plural.
In Hinduism, the structure represents lakshmi, the entity of abundance in all the worlds, as well as “Triphora Sundary” – the beauty in all three worlds.
The four triangles pointing upwards represent “Shiva”, the male force of the universe. The five triangles pointing downwards represent “Shakti”, the female force of the universe.
Together the large triangles make up 43 small triangles that represent the “Cosmic Womb” and the “Aduitah” or lack of duality (beyond the illusion perception of good and evil).
The structure of the Sri Yantra pendant is one that provides abundance, beauty, and balance between male and female and between spiritual and material.
Due to pressure on postal services worldwide during the holiday season, delays can happen. Also some of you may still be wanting to place an order, yet are afraid that the gift will not arrive on time. For this reason, we have come up with a great idea. We have prepared a graphic holiday card that you can download and print, to give to your loved one on the eve of the holiday. In the event of a postal delay, the card will allow you to share your good wishes until the actual present arrives. We have left a few lines on the bottom of the postcard for you to include a personal message.
We have also added print view to every one of the product pages so you may also print the specific gift details
The term “Ka” in the ancient egyptian culture meant “life force”, which incarnate in the physical body the “Ba”. As a Sun cult the Egyptians used the symbol of the Blue Lotus Flower. In ancient Egypt, the Lotus flower was used in many religious rituals probably because of the mild psychoactive properties of this plant (the Blue lotus of the Nile-Nymphaea caerulea, also known as the Blue Egyptian water lily or sacred blue lily, is a water-lily in-native to Egypt).
A translation of the hieroglyphs engraved on the bracelet is: “Rise up and awaken, you are not dead, your Ka will remain within you for eternity”.
The beautiful Lotus flower was also depicted as the original container from which Atom, the god of creation or the creator himself came to existence. Atum was considered to be the first god, having created himself, sitting on a mound from the primordial waters. Atum is the god of pre-existence and post-existence. In the binary solar cycle, the serpentine Atum is contrasted with the ram-headed scarab Khepri – the young sun god, whose name is derived from the Egyptian hpr “to come into existence”. Khepri-Atum encompassed sunrise and sunset, thus reflecting the entire solar cycle.
The Ka bracelet itself is inlaid with semi precious stones that were used by the ancient Egyptians, such as Jasper that was worn for protection or Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli and Onyx.
Upon contemplating on the words of this text, one can actually discover the many layers and hidden meanings of these words of wisdom. The text speaks volumes of ancient Taoism and different concepts of Buddhism. It was none other than Sir Isaac Newton, one of the greatest and most influential scientist in human history who claimed that many of his ideas came from the Corpus Hermeticum and the Emerald Tablet (which he translated).
Newton said: “Inferior and superior, fixed and volatile, sulphur and quicksilver have a similar nature and are one thing, like man and wife. For they differ from one another only by degree of digestion and maturity. Sulphur is mature quicksilver, and quicksilver is immature sulphur: and on account of this affinity they unite like male and female, and they act on each other, and through that action they are mutually transmuted into each other and procreate a more noble offspring to accomplish the miracles of this one thing”. “And just as all things were created from one Chaos by the design of one God, so in our art all things… are born from this one thing which is our Chaos, by the design of the Artificer and the skilful adaptation of things. And the generation of this is similar to the human, truly from a father and mother”.
Metatron’s Cube is the name given to a complex three-dimensional geometric figure made from 13 circles of the same size, with lines extending from the center of every circle to the center of all the other twelve circles. It is considered a geometric variant of the ‘Fruit of Life’ symbol that is, in turn, derived from the Flower of Life, a powerful Sacred Geometry symbol believed to hold all the patterns of creation.
Metatron’s Cube is said to contain the five key sacred patterns or shapes that make up all matter in this universe. Known as the Platonic Solids, these shapes are Star Tetrahedron, Hexahedron, Octahedron, Dodecahedron and Icosahedron.
The Platonic Solids are called the perfect solids because in each of them, every face has equal side length, equal face size and equal angle. Moreover, all these figures fit perfectly within a sphere.
The Star Tetrahedron symbolizes the element of Fire. Made of two tetrahedrons (triangular pyramids), the Star Tetrahedron is a sharp figure that corresponds with the sharp and piercing heat of fire. Its uniform shape also makes it symbolic of harmony, equilibrium, stability and balance.
The Hexahedron represents the element of Earth. It is shaped as a cube and with its regular & straight lines, it is symbolic of solidity and firmness that are the key characteristics of the Earth. Moreover, the Hexahedron sits flat and firmly rooted, just like the earth.
The Octahedron is symbolic of the element of Air. The Octahedron has a smooth shape made of eight equilateral triangles which can be equated with the minuscule components of Air that are so smooth that they can hardly be felt.
The Dodecahedron is associated with Aether, a unique element of the heavens, sky or space. Aether is regarded as the fifth crucial element that combines with the other four classical elements of fire, earth, air and water to make up everything in the universe.
The Icosahedron is equated with the element of Water. The Icosahedron is made of 20 equilateral triangles and is the Platonic Solid with the maximum number of faces. Its smooth and even figure is seen as an apt symbol for water that smoothly flows away when one attempts to pick it up.
Made according to Wearer’s Birth Chart https://goo.gl/TquPuK – 15% Coupon KAGOLD2016
A personalized astrological talisman is customized to your own birth chart and crafted at a selected auspicious time to enhance the special qualities for you. Personalized Talismans capture your full strength, balance, potential and the true essence of who you are and what is your destiny.
The concept of A Talisman has its roots In ancient metaphysical and cosmological world views, mainly the Hermetic and Neoplatonic Traditions. Those philosophies serve as the underlying ideas and principles that are applied in the practices of Astrology, Magic/Theurgy and Alchemy.
The Ancients believed that the ‘Higher’ world is reflected in the ‘lower’, which is the basic premise of astrology and magic, and that by certain means one can Intentionally create ‘images’ that reflect those higher ‘ideas’ and their corresponding virtues, or as modern will say, the Archetypal essences or principles.
A Talisman is a generic word for such an object, it is a receptacle designed to capture a certain higher essence or ‘image’, as the biblical phrase goes ” in God’s image (hebrew: צלם – tselem) He created him”. The receptacle can be a specific physical object like a jewelry or a statue, but it may also be more abstract, as a special event, ceremony, or the founding of a city. The astrological procedure of electing the right time for a Talisman (for a specific purpose) is much the same As the rules of Electional astrology, which is a branch in Astrology That is concerned with finding Auspicious times for different ventures and projects, no matter how big or small, from finding the best time to go to war, or crown a king, to a opening of a business or publishing a book, or having a weeding etc.
Because astrology deals with time from a qualitative perspective, it is a tool for underpinning the different kinds of essential qualities governing different periods, much like a farmers almanac, telling us what is the best time to sow our seeds, for best results.
Utilizing the tools of the magical tradition, helps us to use in a more Conscious way the energies of our system and within ourselves, and help us navigate and control better those energies according to our wishes.
The Talisman is an intention born in time/space, just like a human being. It has a map that charts its qualities, aspirations and circumstances. Of course the Talisman is not a living body per se, but it is a living intention with its own unique spirit carved from the moving qualities of time, and given birth to by the Artist/Magus, who acts as a mediator and amplifier of the Talisman’s Intent. The Talisman is considered to have a destiny of its own (as was chosen in advance) it is encoded with its own ‘telos’ or functional and essential proposal. When one wears a Talisman the two destinies mingle, delicately persuading each other to a balanced state, in accordance with the needs of the individual’s chart. The Talisman carries qualities that will gently help the wearer as he gets more and more in sync with the talisman’s intention.