Libyan Desert Glass Pendant Egyptian Ankh Scarab Sterling Silver

$99.99

Faceted Libyan Desert Glass Scarab Ankh Pendant

This esoteric pendant features 3 triangular and 1 pyramidal piece of faceted Libyan Desert Glass in an Ankh design with a Scarab bail. The back is stamped 925. This pendant is the perfect gift for Ancient Egypt lovers, tektite collectors or just a present for yourself.  This pendant is available in other tektites.

Pendant Specifications:

  • Design: Egyptian Ankh w/ Scarab
  • Overall Dimensions: 2.2 x 3.8 cm (W x L)

Ankh Cross

The Ankh is the ancient Egyptian hieroglyph of life. The symbol, known as crux ansata in Latin ("cross with a handle"), can also represent energy, zest and joy of life. Egyptian gods are often portrayed carrying it by the loop or with one in each hand crossed over the chest. It's closely related to the looped cross that can mean life and fertility.
 Libyan Desert Glass

 

Unlike other tektites, which are believed to be formed when a meteorite impacts the earth vaporizing itself and surrounding materials, then ejecting those vapors into the upper atmosphere where they solidify and rain down as a solid, Libyan Desert Glass is thought to have formed when a meteorite exploded above the Earth's surface with such intense energy it glazed the desert sand. Valued by the ancient Egyptians for ritual jewelry to bring the Sun God to earth, Libyan Desert Glass formed part of the protective heart scarab that guided King Tutankhamun on his afterlife journey to the stars.

 

Spiritually, this stone carries powerful sun energy and abundant life-force, acting as a protective amulet for any journey, physical or metaphysical, going beyond the boundaries of what is known and across frontiers of consciousness. Libyan Desert Glass is a useful connector between higher cosmic forces and the planet, grounding and transmuting this energy into land and body, and opening spiritual vision.

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