Celtic Jewelry, Celtic Knot Meanings, Ireland, Irish Traditions

Celtic Symbols and their Meanings


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7 thoughts on “Celtic Symbols and their Meanings”

  1. Love learning the true meaning behind the symbols. Love learning about my culture and the past and how it is used in today’s society. Absolutely beautiful!

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  2. I was born with the last name O’Conner but my middle name is LaRan on my mothers side who was born in Powerderly, Kentucky. My Dad’s parents were from Ireland but settled in Texas in 1935. I’ve traced my history all the way back to before 1170 but it could go back farther. I’ve always like Irish jewely for it’s history.

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  3. The sacred tree or Tree of Life was a central part of early Celtic spirituality. The sacred Tree of Life represented the fruitfulness of the earth, evoking spiritual growth and rebirth. Trees provided the Celts with a source for basic sustenance. Without trees, life for the Celts would have been difficult. The Celts believed the Tree of Life was rooted in the heart of the earth and that it drank the sacred waters of life. The Tree of Life stretched its branches into the heavens bridging earthly and celestial powers. Every Celtic tribe had its own sacred tree as a symbol of sovereignty, sacred wisdom and spiritual growth. https://www.theirishjewelrycompany.com/irish-tree-of-life-necklace.html

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