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Graduation Time is Near

 Seems like there is someone graduating each year from high school or college and I used to struggle with gift ideas. Several years ago I became acquainted with a line of Celtic jewelry carried by Terry at The Celtic Ranch. It is rich looking, well designed and priced within my budget. It is also nice because you can buy a gift that will always remind the recipient of you. The men’s jewelry looks masculine and is heavy enough to make you feel confident it will standup to everyday wear.

The women’s jewelry is just plain beautiful. Who is this designer and what is the name of his jewelry? It is Keith Jack.

The C. R. carries several of Keith’s award winning designs and you can also look at their stock on the internet at http://www.celticranch.com. Whether you purchase one of these pieces of beautiful jewelry for yourself or as a gift, you will not be disappointed. Check them out online but better yet, stop by and feel the weight and see the quality up close.

Saol fada agus breac-shláinte chugat.

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Trinity knot: Sacred Symbol

The trinity knot is one of the most used and recognized symbols in Irish and Celtic jewelry, art, and decorations of all kinds. Why is it featured so prominently? Ancient Celts believed that there were three stages of life, three elements, three domains; earth, sea and sky, past, present and future. The trinity knot is an unending knot, connected with no break, which also symbolizes the unending connection we have with everything.The importance of three is not only prevalent in Irish and Celtic lore but also in most ancient and modern cultures, as well as mathematics.

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Anu sterling silver and marcasite trinity knot pendant

The trinity knot is also associated in modern Christianity to symbolize the Holy Trinity, of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The number three is used 467 times in the Bible, notably when Jesus prayed three times in the Garden at Gethsemane, the amount of time Jesus was dead prior to his resurrection (three days), and the three hours of darkness that covered the land while Jesus suffered on the cross. For more information on the Biblical importance of the number three visit biblestudy.org.

In China, the lucky number three, or trinity,  is associated with mystical abilities and powerful creativity. It also has origins in Confucianism and Taoism, it stands for Heaven, Earth, and Human Being, and Tao actually means amiableness among the above three elements. To read an article about this go to travelchinaguide.com

In Hinduism, the trinity, or three, is also a spiritual number. It is representative of the order of the universe by the working together of the trinity of gods Brahma, the creator, Vishnu, the preserver, and Siva the destroyer. It is believed that in working together these three elements of god bring about Rtam, the rhythm of the universe. Find out more on hinduwebsite.com

Pythagoras, Greek mathematician, developed many theories around the number three. His theories on triangles are taught today. Trinity, triangle…storyofmathematics.com

The number three figures prominently in so many natural phenomena that we don’t have space to list them here. The trinity is a spiritual and holy symbol, loved at once for its balance and mathematical perfection, as well as for its endless form.

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Trinity knot ring by ShanOre Celtic Jewelry

 


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