Ref.PD0757 - Gold plated on silver pendant with swans & Hyper Tetrahedron geometry, plus chalice decorated with amethyst & garnet gemstones.
Swan medicine will bring people the ability to see the future, to surrender to the power of spirit, and to accept the healing and transformation of their lives. The apparition of swan is telling you to accept your ability to know what lies ahead.
Wings have many meanings for many people - most of the meaning is derived from religious or cultural ideas (angels, transcendence, freedom from the world, etc.). When we use them, it is with the intent to inspire an overview. Like the eagle or the hawk, who fly high above the earth is not there to escape it but to have a broader view. With an overview of the reality, we may better navigate the terrain upon which we are grounded.
The wings are the elevators that catch the thermals of higher thought that give us a vantage of the overview – seeing from there we see the interconnection of all things – understanding brings forgiveness.
The portal of potency and potentials.
A hyper tetrahedron is the 4th dimensional representation of the tetrahedron, our gateway to the next dimension, a seed of inspiration, potency and potentials, the initiator in the language of creation, a portal to unlimited possibilities.
The Hyper Tetrahedron IS the beginning of everything. The language of creation associated with the element of fire. The First Gateway to the 4th dimension. From the heart of a tetrahedron another becomes manifest (in reverse) as the tetrahedron is the only platonic that mirrors itself. Point to face; as the inner tetrahedron reaches out beyond the original its 4 points pierce each face eventually expanding to the point where it becomes the outer tetra and the original diminishes back to zero point. The halfway mark is a Star Tetrahedron/MerKaBah. The vector, or Zero Point, is the interface of creation where the un-manifest and the manifest meet.
As a manifester this geometry speaks the language of abundance. The tetrahedron is the simplest division of the sphere. It is also the birth of identity, the beginning of the recognition of your mission in serving the whole. Simultaneous Sovereignty and Oneness experienced as the geometric metaphor.
The ancient Roman “calix” was a drinking vessel consisting of a bowl fixed atop a stand, and was in common use at banquets. and became the symbol of celebration – to the Wicca and Pagan The chalice, cauldron or cup is a symbol of the Goddess, the womb, and the female reproductive organs. It also represents water which is a female element and the feminine qualities of intuition, subconscious, psychic ability and gestation. The symbol of the feminine principle, the match to the Athames and also the wand.
In Christianity it is used for the sacramental wine of “holy communion” was the legend of Joseph of Amerathea the Holy grail that caught the tears and blood of Jesus.
For the Sufis, the chalice symbolizes the sharing of blessings for it enables the steppe and desert communities to share water, milk, and hospitality … and is a symbol of abundance.
One of the oldest references to the chalice comes from the Veda in the creation story where the “gods” and “demons” fight over the elixir of immortality stolen from the original human, the fight is designed as a tug of war wrapping Anantasesha [snake with infinite heads/kundalini/DNA] around the mountain the demons holding the tail and the gods the head as they pull back and forth the mountain sitting on the back of a turtle [earth element] churns the casual ocean creates first the poisons and then the elixir of immortality which is then healed in the Jar/ chalice of Danvantari which eventually became also the symbol of medicine and was used by Pharma – a chalice with a snake wrapped around it. The shape of the chalice is that of the vortex, the center of toroidal transmutation. The eye of the storm – the hourglass of eternity – the border between the infinite in and infinite out.
As it is also associated with transmutation, the prolongation of life, the recovery of youth, the cure of diseases, invincibility, immortality, enlightenment, liberation from the cycle of rebirths, and unending bliss. It is linked to the rose and the lotus and even in Greek the root word for chalice is Calyx which means cup but also the part of the flower from which come the petals. The seeds of the blue lotus were believed to hold the secret of immortality in Siam.
The lotus and the rose are the natural vortexes, a chalice that opens their petals to receive the stellar radiance that is the love at the heart of creation.