Bull Head Charm Pendant: The lucky charm is an object or person that is thought to bring good luck. Buy online bull head lucky charm pendant to have the providential effects and as well a fashion fiesta. It has multipurpose effects.
The ancient Etruscans put great store in talismans engraved with representations of the head of a bull. It brought long life and good health and, they believed, success in love. The Egyptians considered the bull to be an emblem of strength and dignity. The ancient Greeks regarded the bull as the earthly form of a god who insured fertility, not only on their farms, but in themselves. Representations of bull’s heads in their jewelry were intended to let the god know that they honored him; by wearing the symbol, they would be rewarded with large families and productive fields – Bull Head Charm Pendant.
We see loads of engravings, jewelry and adornments of bulls in Greek, Egyptian, East Indian and Celtic cultures. The bull is among good luck symbols because it embodies attributes of virility, strength and good health. To the ancient mind, the bull was a provider (of power or sustenance). The Greeks recognized the bull as good luck in matters of love and fertility. By wearing the bull as a pendant or brooch, the Greeks harnessed the libido of the bull, and believed they would be blessed with large families as well as successful agricultural endeavors. You might also like my page on cow symbolism here.
Because of its virility, power and regal presence, the bull has been an icon for worship in many ancient cultures. The bull was considered a sacred animal in ancient Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome and Egypt to name a few. It is common to see the bull offered as a blood sacrifice in these cultures.
In Celtic symbolism the bull represented physical strength and power. To the Celtic way of thought, the bull was also extremely virile, and so symbolized fertility and the power to procreate – to extend the life of the clans. Druids associated the bull with solar energy and the female cow with earth energy. The bull was also symbolic of great luxury, wealth and provision by later Celts. Indeed, cattle were a source of income and supply in many forms – a way of life for the Celts for centuries – Bull Head Charm Pendant.
The Celtic bull symbol stands for strong will, an uncompromising nature, and even belligerence. Due to its unbending, stubborn personality traits, we get the term “bull-headed.” from the bull. The bull is also a virile sign for men, and a sign of fertility for women. Donning the bull symbol in the Celtic bed chamber (depicted on sheets, robes, pillows, etc) is said to enhance the mental state leading to sexual strength and endurance. A third representation of the bull sign is that of riches and wealth. Likely due to the fact that this creature was a great source of food the Celts, it can easily be associated with easier, fairer, and abundant times in the Celtic villages – Bull Head Charm Pendant.
In a more modern sense, the bull symbol identifies an upward trend in the stock market. Here we see the bull as a symbol of confidence and strength. Although the source is unknown, common knowledge tells us that the bull became a symbol of strong investment trends because of its style of attack. A bull swings its horns upwards in a mighty push, hence the comparison to a intense upward movement in the stock market. Conversely, the bear is identified with a downard market trend, presumably because of its downward strike when attacking – Bull Head Charm Pendant.
Bull Head Charm Pendant Details:
Size : 15 x 22 mm approx
Metal : Mixed
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