Khepri is the Egyptian creator and solar god of the sunrise, the personification of dawn. The Scarab was one of the most potent symbols of ancient Egypt primarily symbolizing the sun, resurrection, transformation and protection.
Ozomahtli - Celebration
From ancient Aztec calendar Ozomahtli is a day for creating, for play, for celebrating. A good day for lightheartedness, a bad day for seriousness.
Duafe - Feminity & Beauty
The Duafe symbol depicts a wooden comb. It is a symbol of femininity, as well as love and care. It also represents good hygiene and being well groomed.
The Thunderbird - Energy
The Thunderbird symbol is common to many native cultures in Northern America and its meaning differs depending on the tribe in question. However, its symbolism amongst most cultures revolves around energy, truth, and life. This shows that this spirit animal is closely connected with destiny.
The Koru - Spiral of Life
The Koru motif is the cornerstone of much Māori art, it symbolizes life, growth, strength and peace. Its shape conveys ideas of movement, latent and potential energy, creation and renewal, light and enlightenment.
Pikoura - Join Togheter
The double twist Pikorua of Māori art represents the joining together of two people, or two cultures for eternity. Although they may experience up and downs, they will remain bonded by friendship and loyalty for life.
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