This is genuine jewelry that always impresses and inspires everyone who sees it. The Djed Amulet Necklace carries with itself charm and endless appearance that you can easily pair with any formal or casual outfit. Adding gorgeous final touches to your overall appearance. It’s very elegant and classy for everyday use and gives stylish look for your outfits. Also, can be preferred as a gift for friends and family.
- he Silver Djed Amulet Necklace makes for a wonderful gift for any one, as it offers the strength and courage they need to get through life. As the necklace will serve as a constant reminder of your love and support.
- The color of opal jewelry changes depending on the angle of its light reflection. When the opal is rotated, the color dances with a rainbow magic sparkle throughout the stone.
- Necklace Length 20 inch Strong repairable flexible chain
- Our Djed Necklace is handcrafted using premium grade sterling silver
- Pendant dimensions 1.6 Inch height x 0.4 Inch width excluded the bail of the pendant
History Side -
The Djed is known as "The Backbone of Osiris", it represents strength and stability and is linked to the Osiris god of the underworld, and Ptah god of creation which makes it a symbol for resurrection and eternal life. Ancient Egyptians believed the Djed pillar was a combination of four pillars that held the four corners of the earth. It was also used as a fertility pole that rose during festivals which emphasized balance in life and hope in the afterlife, provided by the great Gods & Goddesses of Ancient Egypt. In the Old Kingdom of Egypt (2613-2181 BC), the ancient Egyptian symbol was featured on many temples, in the book of the dead in various versions, and used as an amulet
A Djed column is often on the bottom of coffins where the backbone of the deceased would lay in order for the soul to stand up and walk into the afterlife. The raising of the Djed Pillar was viewed as the grains rising from the earth plus it also shows the soul rising up from the body and moving to the Afterlife. In the book of the dead, the Djed symbol is associated with directing the soul to leave the body and head towards the afterlife leaving the earth behind. A Djed column is often on the bottom of coffins where the backbone of the deceased would lay in order for the soul to stand up and walk into the afterlife
Note: The spine of Osiris "Djed" is an ancient Egyptian symbol for stability in life and in the afterlife plus the enduring presence of the gods in one's life. It was an ancient Egyptian symbol for the Pharaohs, fertility, eternal life, triumph, balance, rebirth, regeneration, immutability, permanence, and abundant harvest plus the Djed symbol was viewed as a symbol of fertility and resurrection
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