A Viking Celtic knot with a symbolic meaning. Made with stainless steel and comes with a Viking gift box.
It is an ancient Norse symbol that is also known as the Triskelion. This is a trilateral symbol, consisting of three interlocked spirals/horns, named Óðrœrir, Boðn, and Són. There is no exact meaning of this symbol, although it can point on the stealing of the Mead of Poetry by Odin. This symbol appears on the Newgrange kerbstones in 3200 BC. Horns of Odin plays an important role not only in ancient times but also in the modern Celtic art, as they symbolize three realms of material existence: water, earth, and sky. Moreover, this symbol signifies the three words: physical, spiritual, and celestial.
The other Trinity connections that are associated with this symbol are past-present-future, earth-water-sky, life-death-rebirth, and creation-protection-destruction.
According to the fact that this symbol is associated with the Mead of Poetry, there are a lot of modern accessories with this symbol image, that is specially designed to bring inspiration to everyone who wears them.
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