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Lunasol pendant pendant. ©Design: Curandera
Silver / Gold
Please click on the variants of this product to see details and prices for silver/gold.
The symbol of the Moon is a disc. The alchemical symbol of the sun is a disc with a dot in the middle.
This image is a representation of the most sacred moment of an encounter between the celestial lovers: it is the moment their energies have risen through their chakras during love making, reuniting and overlapping in their crown chakras, as they ascend towards a higher level of consciousness.
Size of pendant: 1,5cm high x 1cm wide.
It is available in both 14K gold and silver and it sells both as a pendant on a textile thread and as a necklace (on a chain).
The color of the thread can be red or black, so please specify your chosen color when placing your order. In case you forget, no worries. We will ask you. :)
Here is the entire story based on which Curandera's "Lunasol" collection was created:
Once upon a time, the sun and the moon were lovers.
They were inseparable.
Their light was bright, and loving, falling upon all life around them, nurturing it, helping it grow, caressing and soothing, life-giving.
They danced their love through space and time and though they were two, they blended like one. But then one day, the Universe decided they must separate.
One was to shine by night, and the other, by day.
The celestial lovers obeyed. Forever apart, yet forever in love.
Their pain was so deep, the Universe decided to help.
And so, on full moon nights, when the moon’s surface is fully bathed in the light of the sun
They make love again, through the light, and shine it lovingly upon all life around them.
*Please avoid contact of jewelry with water, soap, perfumes, chemicals or any abrasive surfaces. We recommend removing all jewelry before showering or going to sleep. Please keep/store your jewelry on a soft surface. Please only clean using a special soft cloth with cleaning substances especially designed for cleaning silver and/or gold jewelry, or by taking your jewelry to a jeweler for cleaning.