David Weitzman

With nearly 6,000 years of history behind Yes, Egypt was certainly built a rich treasure in the culture, practices and beliefs, many of which still have a great meaning in modern life. Some of the ancient Egyptian symbols are still manifested in the Egyptian jewelry and also the art and literary works. Culture and the gods of ancient race moving backwards in time, you can see that Egyptian culture is rich in symbols, talismans, amulets, etc. Hieroglyphs found by archeologists on the walls, for example, told stories creatively, while excavations unearthed talismans were used magical and mystical purposes. Even ancient Egyptian jewelry shows these symbols, pieces that represent what was earlier considered the word of the gods. Charles Schwab
shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. During ancient times, the Egyptians tried to understand the world and everything in the universe according to the Earth, the sky, moon, Sun and stars. In this way they gave different names to beings Heavenly, among other things, and worshipped them as gods. For example, it was believed that Ra was the Sun God, while Nut was considered the Dios de el Cielo. The Egyptians also used different symbols to represent their different gods and created several works of art or hieroglyphs as a means to spread the word, teachings and even the magic of the gods. The ankh, that appeared in several paintings from tombs, for example, means eternal life. It was used by the ancient Egyptians for their protection. Some people even say that the ankh was the basis of the Christian cross. The eye of Horus, on the other hand, away evil spirits. Horus is one of the oldest and most important in Egyptian culture gods. It is believed that eye of Horus pendant was even used by many Egyptians during ancient times. The symbol of the beetle was actually based on common estiercolero beetle during ancient times. The Egyptians observed beetle rolling dung balls on the ground (to feed themselves and their eggs) and compared This is with the Sun spinning in the sky. That is why they decided to use this symbol to represent the Renaissance. Egyptian symbols in modern times although these Egyptian symbols are several centuries old, can still be seen these days and was. They are used in different forms of art, from paintings and creative graffiti to tattoos. Visit any store of tattoos and you will find that the image or most common drawings that show customers are Egyptians, like the ankh or the eye of Horus symbols. Others, like David Weitzman cosmic jewelry designer, have created beautiful and exquisite pieces of jewelry Egyptian from these symbols. Through the use of symbols, Egyptian rings, pendants, bracelets and amulets, Weitzman continues the tradition and culture of the ancient Egypt and gives the user the same power and magic that were granted to these symbols long ago. Eye of Horus pendant for example, represents a powerful, crimp in a triangular border eye. Those who want protection and life healthy can use this beautiful hanging eye of Horus, not only as a beautiful piece of jewelry, but also as a talisman against disease and malice. Necklace ankh of Weitzman, by contrast, allows the user to know the secret of the eternity of the soul. With a flower of Lotus and the ankh in different symbol pendants, Egyptian jewelry user can contemplate how the Lotus Flower plunges and rises during the day, and how the ankh is the key to life. The ancient tradition is not to be missed in the modern world. We can receive much inspiration, learning and realization of the culture of ancient times. Transforming these traditions and adapting them to fit into the modern world (as Weitzman has done with this Egyptian jewelry), we can show our ideals and our beliefs in many creative ways.

This entry was posted in News and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.