Sterling silver angel pendant, worn as a protector and guardian. Set with rainbow moonstone.
Ever since man has had a belief in a higher force or God, that influences our lives, that can be called upon in times of hardship through prayer or chanting sacred mantras, there have been the messengers.
Angel is derived from Latin angelus; Greek aggelos; from the Hebrew for "one going" or "one sent"; messenger, so the power that we perceived as all pervading had messengers or as we call them Angels to bring to Earth and our ears the word of God. The angels are represented throughout the Bible as a body of spiritual beings intermediate between God and men: "You have made him (man) a little less than the angels" (Psalm 8:6). Visions of Angels have been reported by many people and now more than ever there is a revival in the belief of Angels as more and more people experience these visitations. Usually the visitations last only for the duration of the message, and once this has been relayed they appear to vanish! But many experience the presence of angels in their lives acting as guardians, protecting them through all kinds of mishaps.
Moonstone is a form of feldspar and is found in sheet masses. There are many varieties some displaying flashes of colour such as the rainbow moonstone. The traditional moonstone is an opalescent colour that can portray a cat's eye effect. The moonstone helps us to tune into the cycles of life, the idea of the 13 moon month calendar year. As such it promotes the feminine lunar qualities such as receptiveness, intuition, gentleness and sensitivity. It can help calm responses and avoid overreaction. Moonstone is a stone of protection, especially during childbirth, during pregnancy, and while travelling at sea because of this it used to be called the travellers stone. It is also associated with love of all kinds. Physically it aids the pituitary gland and digestive system, obesity, water retention, hormonal problems, menstrual problems. Chakra: Third eye Ajna and Crown Sahasrara More on Angelic Realms...