The vibrant crystals that make up this piece are Lapis Lazuli with additional crystals clear quartz, selenite, and tourmaline. This ankh features a flower of life charm in the center. All of the crystals in this piece have been cleared, charged and programmed with loving uplifting intentions before being set. The metal in this piece consists of fine aluminum shavings, iron oxide, and copper.
Dimensions: 5.25” x 2.75" x .5" deep
Lapis Lazuli gemstone properties:
Also used to decorate tombs of King Tutt and other famous pharaohs, the Lapis Lazuli crystal stone meaning helps bridge the gap between the physical world and the spiritual realm that exists beyond the horizon in a merging of the past and present. Take this stone out for a spin on your spiritual journey and get ready to go deep within, the sacred place in your soul where you hide your deepest desires. Take it even further by meditating with the crystal and expanding your mind to a world where anything is possible, including conversing with ancestors from past lives.
Lapis Lazuli helps bring awareness of the soul and your spiritual purpose in life. For the Egyptians it was the great pyramids. For you, it's whatever your heart desires. And although we may walk different paths than our ancestors, our destinations are the same--to walk into the light of divine purpose. In the words of philosopher Carl Jung, "Who looks outside dreams. Who looks inside awakens.
The Ankh was, for the ancient Egyptians, the symbol (the actual Hieroglyphic sign) of life but it is an enduring icon that remains with us even today. The Ankh is possibly one of the most widely recognized symbols other than the cross, sacred to the ancient Egyptians, and often used as an amulet, this symbol is basically the T or Tau cross supporting a circular shape. Giving the appearance of the shape of a key, in Egyptian hieroglyphics this symbol stands for life or living, and forms part of the Egyptian words such as 'health' and 'happiness'. Linked with Egyptian gods and goddesses, such as Isis (eternal mother and High Priestess) and Osiris, most gods would appear to have possessed the ankh, to symbolize life, sexual union, and immortality. It is thus often referred to as the Key of Life, or even the cross of life, because of its creative power. The loop of the ankh is considered to be the feminine, whilst the T shape is considered to be the masculine staff. Together, these symbols reflect a continued existence of balance, harmony, and union.