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Life is so beautiful Radio show

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Hi , My name is Vanda Guzman, I am the founder & host of www.blogtalkradio.com/lifeissobeautifulevery Tuesday at 3 p.m. eastern . call in # 347-205 9957 & chat room is open. The Radio show is a Spiritual Show that shares information & truths with our listeners to support them in the wakening process so that they can live there best life while here and leave this place empty , having done all they were here to give,…Continue

Orgone Energy Battery Referral Program

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How I Feel About My Super Hero 13 Love Wand

Started by 13 Phoenix. Last reply by Mahri Torres Oct 6, 2013. 1 Reply

I realize that this may sound a little far-fetched to some..I am in love :)I saw Mari tweet a photo of a 13 Love Wand on twitter and I felt an immediate connection to the piece and knew I had to order it. When you order anything from orgoneenergybatteries.com you get a free consultation with Mari! Her energy and enthusiasm is uplifting, informative and contagious! Speaking with her was confirmation that something great was on its way to me.As soon as I put it on it felt as though a fog was…Continue

Sexual Healing Orgone Energy Batteries

Started by Mahri Torres Jan 29, 2013. 0 Replies

Meet the New Collection Born Yesterday inspired by Princessa Washington The Sexual Healing Orgone Energy Battery series featuring Rhodocrosite for Self Healing & self LOVE the only stone that directs love to YO'SELF. Black Tourmaline is a Electromagnetic Stone that will help you stay grounded during this shift, Galena will…Continue

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I have been working on some Super Hero OEB jewelry, I was working with a unique shape and when I wrapped it it looked like a fish. Knowing that nothing is coincidence I decided to do some Research and low and behold The Sex Energy Goddess 13 Pendant Has a deeper meaning than what I could have anticipated but it makes so much Sense. This is what I found on WhatsYourSign.com

 

 To fully appreciate the symbolic meanings of fish, we must first consider their watery domain.

Water holds ancient symbolic meanings dealing with the subconscious and depth of knowledge. Water contains all the mysteriousness of the unknown.

Consider the murky depths of the ocean – we never know quite what to expect there. Even seasoned oceanic explorers are stillawed by their findings from the deep.

Water holds endless mystery to us – it represents that which is certainly there, but cannot be seen.

Water has also been known to be a womb symbol and as such, an emblem of birth, fertility and woman-ness. This association comes from many ancient flood myths, and the “from water springs life” concept.

Given the wonder that its domain holds, the fish too has similar symbolic meaning. There are numerous species of fish, but the creature in general holds some prime symbolic meanings:

  • fertility
  • eternity
  • creativity
  • femininity
  • good luck
  • happiness
  • knowledge
  • transformation

The fish was sacred to the Greco-Roman mythology, where it held symbolic meaning of change and transformation. We see this in the myth of Aphrodite and Heros when they turned themselves into fish in order to escape from the ferocious Typhon.

In Christianity, the fish is a symbol of abundance and faith as observed in the Biblical story of fishes and loaves. There are also several Biblical references as Christ and his disciples being “fishers of men.” Here, man is represented as the transformational fish and the ocean is a symbol of the abyss of sin in which man finds himself.

Pagan traditions recognized the fish as a feminine symbol of fertility and an attribute of the Goddess. Water is a natural emblem of the flow of the Divine Mother principal, and as such, all creatures of the water (including fish) are aspects of the fertility and power of the female deity.

As an ancient Celtic symbol, the symbolic meaning of fish (salmon, specifically) dealt with knowledge, wisdom, inspiration and prophecy. Ancient Celts believed the salmon derived its wisdom from consuming the sacred hazel nuts from the well of knowledge (Segais). Further, they believed to eat the salmon would mean gaining the wisdom of the well too.

In ancient Eastern Indian mythology, the fish is a symbol of transformation and creation. This is observed in the ancient flood myth in which Vishnu transformed himself into a fish (Matsya) to save the world from a great flood. In this form, he guided king Manu’s boat (which contained the select few survivors & seeds of life to re-create the world after the flood subsided) to safety.

Ancient African creation myths tell of Mangala, the creator, planting seeds in the cosmic womb. From these seeds two fish erupted, and were set forth into the cosmos upon the waters of creation. We see from this myth the symbolic meaning of fish yet again deals with fertility and creativity by embodying a new phase of initial life. ( click here for othertwin symbols).

In China, the fish is symbolic of unity and fidelity as it is noted that fish (particularly koi) often swim together in pairs. With this in mind, fish are often given as wedding gifts in the form of charms or figurines to present the newly-wed couple with an auspicious sign of fidelity and perfect union. They also represent fertility and abundance due to their ability to reproduce in speed and volume.

Furthermore, in Buddhism, the fish symbolizes happiness and freedom. Also the fish makes an appearance as one of the eight sacred symbols of the Buddha: 1) Conch, 2) Lotus, 3) Parasol, 4) Wheel, 5) Knot, 6) Pair of Golden Fish, 7) Banner of Victory, 8) Vase.

Lastly, in Norse and ancient European cultures, the fish had symbolic meanings of adaptability, determination, and the flow of life. It was observed by these cultures that fish often display enormous attributes of adaptability in the wild, and they adopted these characteristics for themselves. Salmon were commonly revered for their determination in their annual pilgrimage to their spawning grounds – the entire journey swum against the current.

I resonate most with the Pagan, ancient African & Buddism

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