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Your perception is clear. Your objective is defined. The transformation in your life has been elucidated by an epiphany, occurrence or desperation. You have broken out of your chrysalis and now anew; a renaissance of fervent desire emitting light from every pore of your skin. Your light is seen and received by others as intoxicating and refreshing. Your metamorphosis is clearly a defining moment in your life. Your moment has not passed, it is now and you ravish it.
Lux Pendant Link Metamorphosis defined: Metamorphosis is a biological process by which an animal physically develops after birth or hatching, involving a conspicuous and relatively abrupt change in the animal’s body structure through cell growth and differentiation. Some insects, amphibians, molluscs, crustaceans, Cnidarians, echinoderms and tunicates undergo metamorphosis, which is usually accompanied by a change of habitat or behavior.

Scientific usage of the term is exclusive, and is not applied to general aspects of cell growth, including rapid growth spurts. References to “metamorphosis” in mammals are imprecise and only colloquial, but historically idealist ideas of transformation and monadology, as in Goethe’s Metamorphosis of Plants, influenced the development of ideas of evolution.

The Lux pendant is made of fine grade pewter and silver. It can be worn with Bico Australia necklaces. See F14 Necklace

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The Source, Energy and Movement, The Source of Movement and Energy

by Abel Garza I definitely have to write about “The Source”.  The Source is a pendant that signifies the energy and movement of life.  The Source of life, the source of movement and the source of power.  It is almost impossible not to see this pendant conveys power and movement.  The swirling points on this pendant are symbolic of the motion of the earth and the heavens, the Manji, as it is referred to in Buddhist art and sculpture, represents the play of forces in the cosmos. The whirling force created by the interaction of elements, it is the constant universal harmony between love and intellect, and the ever turning balance of opposites.

THE SOURCE

The Source “Energy and Movement of Life Source”

The energy in the source pendant emits vitality and what seems as a palpable force, one that sustains physical and mental activity.  A person’s physical, mental and emotional power can be energy of any movement: Muscles, synapsis, or the heart.  The Source is constant and moving. It has three swirling, curved points that signify the physical aspect of energy, mental abilities and emotional state.   The Source “Energy and Movement”

I definitely have to write about “The Source”. The Source is a pendant that signifies the energy and movement of life. The Source of life, the source of movement and the source of power. It is almost impossible not to see this pendant conveys power and movement. The swirling points on this pendant are symbolic of the motion of the earth and the heavens, the Manji, as it is referred to in Buddhist art and sculpture, represents the play of forces in the cosmos. The whirling force created by the interaction of elements, it is the constant universal harmony between love and intellect, and the ever turning balance of opposites.

The Source “Energy and Movement of Life Source”
The energy in the source pendant emits vitality and what seems as a palpable force, one that sustains physical and mental activity. A person’s physical, mental and emotional power can be energy of any movement: Muscles, synapsis, or the heart. The Source is constant and moving. It has three swirling, curved points that signify the physical aspect of energy, mental abilities and emotional state.

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Tribal Cross, Tribal Cross Pendant, Celtic Cross, Etherial Cross

by Abel Garza

I am finally going to talk about my favorite out of all of the pendants… the Tribal Cross Pendant.  Tribal cross pendants have been around for thousands of years; long before people even new what the word tribal was.  The cross is one of the most important iconic symbols of our time and it has been used in almost every culture throughout the years.  There are many different styles of tribal cross pendants to choose from: Sacred Cross, Celt Cross, Etherial Cross, Templar Cross.

SACRED

Sacred Cross   

The Sacred Cross is a pendant that signifies a love stronger then steel; a love that borders obstinacy, unmoving, unwavering, adamant, like a diamond.  There is a resolute adherence to your love.

CELT

Celt Cross The Celt Cross is a symbol of endurance and tenacity.     It has been said that it’s not the person that gets there first it’s the person that keeps going who ultimately wins.    It is also said that God is with those who persevere.  ETHERIAL CROSS

Etherial Cross

The Etherial Cross signifies the clearness of mind and soul of a person.  Unlike our previous crosses this pendant has a hole in the center of the pendant to signify the pureness, cleanliness of the mind and soul.

TEMPLAR

Templar Cross

The Templar Cross is one of my favorites.   This pendant signifies chivalry and virtue. The Knights Templar were regarded as the guardians and defenders of faith. Their chivalry and virtue outshone all others and have come to represent the very best in strength and courage.

Sacred Cross

Celt Cross, Celtic Cross

Etherial Cross

Templar Cross

Phoenix Pendant, Regeneration, Indestructible Spirit, Phoenix Jewelry

PHOENIX Regeneration, Indestructible Spirit

  PHOENIX Phoenix “Regeneration, Indestructible Spirit” PHOENIX: A universal symbol of the sun, mystical rebirth, resurrection and immortality, this legendary red “fire bird” was believed to die in its self-made flames periodically (each hundred years, according to some sources) then rise again out of its own ashes. Linked to the worship of the fiery sun and sun gods such as Mexico’s Quetzalcoatl, it was named “a god of Phoenecia” by the Phoenician. To alchemists, it symbolized the the destruction and creation of new forms of matter along the way to the ultimate transformation: physical (turn lead into gold) and spiritual (immortality - an occult alternative to the Christian salvation). The philosopher’s stone was considered the key to this transformation.     Nearing death, this mystical firebird, half pheasant, half eagle, would prepare a sweet smelling nest of woods and resin, and burn itself in its flames. From the ashes that would remain, it would rise again, symbolizing resurrection, immortality and an indestructible spirit. Phoenix Pendant “Regeneration, Indestructible Spirit”

Newest Pendants From Bico Australia, Bicoholics.com: Guadalupe, Strigoi, LUX, Nuwa, and WYVRE

By Abel R. Garza Newest Bico Pendant from Bico Australia, Bicoholics.com and some of my favorite so far are:   Guadalupe “Pureness, Spirit of Mary” Guadalupe in Spanish is the Santa Maria de Guadalupe.  Guadalupe is a celebrated Catholic icon of the Virgin Mary also known as the Virgin of Guadalupe. Strigoi “Restless Soul” The Strigoi pendant has a sinister look with the interesting mythology behind the name.  The meaning: Restless Soul is significant to vampires that do not sleep and the soul that it has been void.  The Strigoi is a great looking pendant and meaning and history behind it is very interesting. Lux “Metamorphosis Into Light The Lux Pendant: signifies metamorphosis into light is a great pendant that enlightens and illuminates. Don’t be taking it in any dark rooms to turn the lights on.  It simply means that the wearer is transformed by life, epiphany or desperation.  Something moved in life that transformed or allowed the person to break out of their chrysalis. Nuwa “Virility and Survival” Nuwa is not a new symbol, however this pendant is one of the new ones symbolizing the great dragon.  The dragon is a legendary creature typically a serpentine or reptilian trait is what most see.  It is used in many cultures to symbolize power and greatness.  The Nuwa pendant symbolizes virility and survival.    WYVRE Uncompromising Force Wyvre “Uncompromising Force”   The Wyvern a fire-breathing dragon used in medieval heraldry; had the head of a dragon and the tail of a snake and a body with wings and two legs.  Guadalupe Pendant Strigoi Pendant Lux Pendant Nuwa Pendant Wyvre Pendant

The fulcrum of life is wisdom. You have the ability, knowledge and good judgment to know right from wrong.

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HuntsmanThe fulcrum of life is wisdom. You have the ability, knowledge and good judgment to know right from wrong. You have endured life’s injustices and learned from them. Your ability is sound judgment and educating those who don’t. Your understanding is cognitive, acquired over the years using all of your senses, perception, and intuition.

Strigoi Pendant: Vampire Pendant, Restless Soul, Restless, Restless Mind, Restless Heart

Strigoi Pendant: Your ride is far from slow and you know that if you stop time will pass you bye. You are not distracted from life’s vicissitudes and what you see is not uncertainty, but a blur…as if in a dream where you are moving so fast people can only catch a glimpse of you; speeds at which people are standing still or in slow motion. You pass with swift restless motion: restless mind and restless heart. Your mind is racing; racing with ideas and restless cognition. You jump from one activity, idea or passion to another like the strigoi transforms from one animal to another. You might not finish what you started, but now empowered and conversant with the act, your first attempt will carry you through to your next conquest of restless movement. Strigoi in Romanian Mythology, are troubled souls of the dead rising from the grave. Some strigoi can be living people with certain magical properties. Some of the properties of the Strigoi include: The ability to transform into an animal, invisibility, and the propensity to drain the vitality of victims via blood loss. Strigoi are also known as immortal vampires. A Strigoaica is the feminine form of a Strigoi. Different from the Moroi they are close relatives of the werewolves known as pricolici or varcolaci, the latter also meaning goblin at times. The name Strigoi is derived from striga in Romanian, which literally meant “scream” or “barn owl”. The Latin word strip, for owl. Strigoi viu is a living vampiric witch. The characteristics of a STRIGOI are red hair, blue eyes and two hearts. The strigoi can change into a variety of animals, such as: barn owls, bats, rats, cats, wolves, dogs, snakes, toads, lizards, spiders/insects etc.. http://www.bicoholics.com/strigoi.html

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STRIGOI Pendant Meaning and High Resolution Pictures

STRIGOI

Restless Soul

Your ride is far from slow and you know that if you stop time will pass you bye. You are not distracted from life’s vicissitudes and what you see is not uncertainty, but a blur…as if in a dream where you are moving so fast people can only catch a glimpse of you; speeds at which people are standing still or in slow motion. You pass with swift restless motion: restless mind and restless heart. Your mind is racing; racing with ideas and restless cognition. You jump from one activity, idea or passion to another like the strigoi transforms from one animal to another. You might not finish what you started, but now empowered and conversant with the act, your first attempt will carry you through to your next conquest of restless movement. Faith Without Limits Strigoi in Romanian Mythology, are troubled souls of the dead rising from the grave. Some strigoi can be living people with certain magical properties. Some of the properties of the Strigoi include: The ability to transform into an animal, invisibility, and the propensity to drain the vitality of victims via blood loss. Strigoi are also known as immortal vampires. A Strigoaica is the feminine form of a Strigoi. Different from the Moroi they are close relatives of the werewolves known as pricolici or varcolaci, the latter also meaning goblin at times. Faith Without Limits The name Strigoi is derived from striga in Romanian, which literally meant “scream” or “barn owl”. The Latin word strip, for owl. Strigoi viu is a living vampiric witch. The characteristics of a STRIGOI are red hair, blue eyes and two hearts. The strigoi can change into a variety of animals, such as: barn owls, bats, rats, cats, wolves, dogs, snakes, toads, lizards, spiders/insects etc.. How does one become a Strigoi? There are a few ways for a person to become a strigoi: Die before marriage, be filled with pain or be born with a caul (amniotic membrane) atop their head. Of course this is all mythology…