Celtic pendant made of silver (925) with the shape of a Celtic Cross.
Length: 3.7 cm
Width: 2.8 cm
Meaning Celtic Cross:
The Celtic cross can be found in the countryside of Ireland, Scotland, England and all the Celtic peoples today. Some are said to be from the time of the Druids, when St. Patrick came to Ireland to promulgate Christianity.
The Druids used large stones to mark territories and land masses. It is for this reason that this stone carved in the shape of a cross with a circle line around the center, found in every corner of the Celts. It is said that St. Patrick was about a large circular stone that the Druids worshiped. San Patricio was the place where the stone stood and drew her a Latin cross through the circle stone in order to bless it, trying to relate well with the traditional symbols of those countries and attract all those people to Christianity. This was the first record of the Celtic cross.
The circle represented the Celtic people for eternity, in this case, however, many believe that this is a solar or lunar symbol. The cross itself is related to different ideas: the four directions or the four corners of the earth, the union of celestial and earthly forces, etc. but when the cross became the symbol of Christianity he was never associated it with another meaning.
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