Popular Pagan & Other Symbols


Popular Pagan & Other Symbols

Here is a list of some Pagan, Witch, Zen, Gothic, Celtic, Egyptian, Totem, Native American symbols that we use in our jewelry designs.


Lotus- peace and truth

Hamsa- protection and strength

Evil Eye- protection and friendship

Eye of Horus- represents the eye of Egyptian sun god Horus, charm to ward of evil

Wishbone- hope and friendship

Sun- represents the God, revival and light

Moon- represents the Goddess and feminine energy

Pentacle- represents the four basic elements, used for protection

Triquetra- used for protection, represents the triple Goddess

Spiral- ancient symbol of the goddess

Labyrinth- meditation and balance

Heart- love and self-worth

Four Leaf Clover- prosperity good luck

Yin Yang- balnce, harmony, unity between light and dark, male female etc

Ankh- eternal life, rebirth

Infinity- eternity, balance

Om- sacred, mother of all mantras symbol of 4 stages of consciousness: awake, sleeping, dreaming transcendental state

Fish (Ichthys)- Christian symbol

Fleur De Lis- Lily of France, triple goddess

Peace Sign- symbol of peace

Dove- represents peace

Dreamcatcher- blocks bad dreams and allows good ones to flow

Dragon- gurards against hostile forces

Frog- fertility

Owl- vision and insight

Lizard- death and resurrection

Snake- rebirth

Navajo or Zuni bear- good luck and protection against illness

Butterfly- regeneration, transformation

Dragonfly- represents change and transformation adaptability, joy

Mermaid - sea goddess

Angel- symbol of good and evil spirits

Arrow- power, swiftness, hunters

Goddess- represented by the moon and mother nature

Green Man- God of the forest, hunt and the wild

Wolf- representative of deep faith, loyalty, intelligence, cunning, generosity

Feather- deal with ascension and spiritual evolution to a higher plane

Fairy- imaginary being in human form, depicted as clever, mischievous, and possessing magical powers

Buddha-  "The Awakened One", one who is awakened to Reality, who understands true nature of the mind, the world, and all sentient beings

Claddagh-  represents love, loyalty, and friendship

Triskele- also called the spiral of life, the triple spiral and the triple goddess

Celtic Cross- a symbol of faith, cross with a circle around the center

Endless Knot- symbolising the Buddha's endless wisdom and compassion

Kokopelli- native american fertility god, prankster, healer and story teller, represents the spirit of music

Tree of Life- It alludes to the interconnection of all life on our planet and serves as a metaphor for common descent in the evolutionary sense
Bat- The bat is a symbol of rebirth and depth because it is a creature that lives in the belly of the Mother (Earth). From the womb-like caves it emerges every evening at dusk. And so - from the womb it is reborn every evening. Associated with journeying, inner depth, rebirth, intuition, communication

Spider- has both a dark and a light side, reflecting its connection with life’s many facets. Associated with feminine energy, creativity, patience, shadow self, weaver of life's fate

Horseshoe- good luck

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