From the 6th & 7th Book of Moses; confers great wealth, honors and promotes good health. Includes silvertone chain.
This package is for requesting your lover return to you.
The quest for love is imperative for most of us.
However elusive it can be, we never give up looking for our “soulmate”.
The myth of Cupid and Psyche illustrates the power of love
and the true meaning of the term “Soulmates.”
Psyche's quest to win back Cupid's love dates back to the 2nd century AD.
Psyche is such a beautiful princess, that the goddess Venus becomes jealous of her.
She instructs her son Cupid to make Psyche fall in love with a hideous monster,
so all attention would again be on Venus. Instead, Cupid falls in love with Psyche himself.
He becomes her unseen husband, visiting her only at night.
Psyche is sworn not to look upon the face of her unseen husband lest she
lose his trust and his love.
Out of fear, she broke her promise and Cupid left her.
She appeals to the Goddess Venus and undertakes a series of
cruel and difficult tasks in the hope of winning him back.
Eventually, Cupid can no longer bear witness to her suffering
or be apart from her and pleads their cause to the gods.
Psyche becomes an immortal and the lovers are married in heaven.
Cupid is said to represent the heart and Psyche , the soul of a relationship.
Our embracing lovers symbolize that heart and soul and the ideal of finding your “Soulmate”
In Norse mythology, it is believed that the axis of the universe is
an enormous ash tree. This tree, “Yggdrasill”, links the worlds of
Asgard (where the Gods reside) Midgard (where humans reside) and Nifheim,
(the land of darkness and freezing mist) known as Hel.
Yggdrasill is called “The World Tree” because it is thought to
be the guardian of the whole world. The tree is universally thought of as a symbol
of stability and growth, and revered for its life-giving abilities.
The roots reach deep into the earth to ground us; the branches reach
high into the heavens to enable our spirit to grow; the fruits feed and nurture our bodies.
The tree represents life, death, and resurrection.
It buds new in Spring, ripens in Summer, withers in Fall and dies in Winter,
but awakens anew in the endless cycle of life!