The Triquetra Or The Trinity Knot Pendant Necklace in Stainless Steel
- Necklace Type: Pendant Necklaces
- Pendant Size: 34MM*45MM
- Metals Type: Stainless Steel
- Chain Type: Link Chain
- Chain Length: 24 inch
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Triquetra With Circle Necklace What is the meaning of the circle on the Triquetra(Trinity Knot)
The triquetra is sometimes drawn weaving around a circle, symbolising the unity of the three parts.
The circle, in many belief systems, is a symbol of eternity.
I’ve had a request for upside-down trinity knot meaning:
The main upside down trinity knot meaning is that it represents the opposite of all the attributes the right-side-up trinity knot stands for.
This could be interpreted as the opposite. Instead of moving from life, death to rebirth it would now mean the reverse moving from rebirth to death.
Other interpretations could be upending of the Truth (such as in an upside-down cross) and a symbol of the beast.
But all that said it could have no additional meaning and not be taken to mean anything different just because of the way it is displayed.
The Triquetra Or The Trinity Knot Pendant Necklace! Who created the symbol has been an issue of controversy for centuries:
Christians feel that it started with the Monks, who brought these designs along with their teachings of Christianity when attempting to convert the Celts of the day.
However, the Triquetra has been speculated to be the oldest symbol of spirituality.
It appears in the ninth century in the Book of Kells as a decoration, with no particular religious significance, and the symbol has been found in Norwegian churches dating to the 11th century.
It has been documented and carved onto tombs that are thousands of years old.
When the triple spirals are drawn in a straight line, it has been speculated that this represents life and death.
What is the meaning behind the Triquetra
Meant initially as “triangle” it was used to refer to various three-cornered shapes.
Sometimes, the traditional triquetra symbol is accompanied by a circle.
As previously mentioned in the Celtic tree of life the Celts favoured that everything in this world came in threes.
Three stages of life: life, death, and rebirth
Three elements: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit
Three domains: earth, sea and sky, past, present and future.