Dragon Moon Pentagram Necklace
This unique talisman necklace features a silver toned dragon rising up above an inverted crescent moon. The dragon's tail is embellished with a silver toned pentagram, and holds an iridescent crystal ball in a dragon claw. The pentagram features a glittering Swarovski® rhinestone in crystal aurora borealis finish.
This talisman helps you harness the power of fire and earth while offering protection. It's designed to help you remember to balance energy and activity (fire) with grounding (earth).
The pendant is approximately 1" wide and 1.75" long
- It comes with a chain of your choice
- You choose the length of the chain
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Dragons are powerful animal totems that carry a number of meanings. They are messengers of balance and magic, and reminders of strength, courage and fortitude.
The pentagram is one of the most powerful and persistent symbols in human history. It has been important to almost every ancient culture and religion. A pentagram represents our connection to the elements (spirit, earth, air, fire, water) -- in fact, each point of the pentagram represents one of these elements. Spirit is represented by the top point, air and water on the left and right of spirit, and earth and fire on the bottom left and right. Pentagrams have long been believed to provide protection to the wearer. Pentagrams are often seen adorning pagan altars and are frequently used in spells and charms.
The moon is a symbol of femininity. The crescent moon in particular symbolizes creation, growth and transformation, as well as the release of negative energy. is a sign of fertility and the changing seasons. The moon rules over the zodiac sign of Cancer, and is associated with the goddesses Hecate (the goddess of magic, witchcraft, and ghosts) and Artemis (goddess of chastity, virginity, the hunt and the moon).