Zoom Scorpion Pendant with Citrine Stone | Tinklet Jewelry necklace/pendant Tinklet Jewelry
Zoom Scorpion Pendant with Citrine Stone | Tinklet Jewelry necklace/pendant Tinklet Jewelry
Zoom Scorpion Pendant with Citrine Stone | Tinklet Jewelry necklace/pendant Tinklet Jewelry
Zoom Scorpion Pendant with Citrine Stone | Tinklet Jewelry necklace/pendant Tinklet Jewelry
Zoom Scorpion Pendant with Citrine Stone | Tinklet Jewelry necklace/pendant Tinklet Jewelry
Zoom Scorpion Pendant with Citrine Stone | Tinklet Jewelry necklace/pendant Tinklet Jewelry

Scorpion Pendant with Citrine Stone | Tinklet Jewelry

$82.00

More than just a zodiac sign, the scorpion is represented in many folklores and tales ranging from native American to African cultures.

This pendant has a real Arizona bark scorpion which appears to be running over a piece of bark carrying an amazingly clear piece of citrine. When chose this stone because of its color and closeness to the sun. After all, when you think of a scorpion you think of deserts.

This insect has been plated in copper through a process called electroforming. To create a strong and durable plate, it takes about 48 hours on a low current. This allows us to maintain the details for you to admire.

The pendant is less than 2 inches wide and 3 inches long. The chain is solid copper, 18-inches, cable style; it will darken with use however, it can be polished with a sunshine cloth if you prefer the shiny look.

A little background on the scorpion:

The Arizona bark scorpion is a small light brown scorpion common to the Sonoran Desert in the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. An adult male can reach 8 cm in length, while a female is slightly smaller.

You might be surprised to discover that in nature the Scorpion is a good mother. She keeps the hatchlings on her back until after they molt the first time. This represents protecting the weakest of us from harm in a sometimes very harsh world.

Folklore and tales (Source: https://whatismyspiritanimal.com/):

A Native American story tells of a creature swimming across a river and Scorpion asking for a ride. The creature at first refuses, fearing the scorpion’s lethal sting. Scorpion uses his power of persuasion explaining that they would both drown if he used his stinger. The creature agreed to the ride, and halfway to their destination, the scorpion stung him. When asked why the Scorpion explains, “it is simply my nature.” In this tale, we’re reminded that the world of animal symbolism cannot completely escape the natural order of things.

The ancient Egyptians revered the Scorpion Spirit as a potent guardian for souls moving from one world to the next. It was a sacred creature to Selket, the goddess who heals stings, and bites. It was not uncommon for the Priests to use images of Scorpions on ritual mummification tools to safeguard the precious transforming spirit within. That endows Scorpion with the power of change, particularly in terms of our soul’s growth through various incarnations.

African stories likewise tie the Scorpion to death and life. Some people believed that a Scorpion sting had the power to heal, and they honored the Scorpion accordingly. From a shamanic vantage point, Scorpion as a spirit guide created a change in consciousness, the sting acting like a psychedelic mind-altering drug that, when used, takes the shaman to the dream time or other spirit realms.

This pendant is certainly a conversation starter. It’s perfect for those born in November, male, or female.

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Scorpion Pendant with Citrine Stone | Tinklet Jewelry necklace/pendant Tinklet Jewelry

Scorpion Pendant with Citrine Stone | Tinklet Jewelry

$82.00