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925 Sterling Silver Frog Pendant

925 Sterling Silver Frog Pendant

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The frog is the quintessential symbol of the founding principle of water, precisely because it is born, develops and lives in water for its entire life, but does not remain bound to it.
It represents the psychic, emotional and spiritual evolution that every man undergoes in his life, it is a slow and difficult process like the one carried out by the frog in its many metamorphoses: egg, tadpole, batrachian and finally frog!
From the milestone of archeomithology some symbols that can reveal the language of the Mother Goddess.
Frog or toad, porcupine and fish were symbols of both death and life at the same time.
More recent beliefs relating to frogs and toads shed light on prehistoric ones. European farmers believe that the toad is a harbinger of pregnancy. From Folklore as well as from history (Egyptian, Greek, Roman) there is a lot of evidence confirming that the toad was considered the epiphany of the Goddess


In Jungian psychology this creature, which is not yet a human being, represents an unconscious impulse that has a steadfast tendency to become conscious. It is possible that the frog-woman dates back to the upper Paleolithic.
But in the Neolithic the frog is depicted in stone and often with a woman's head. Often they are related to the theme of regeneration.

The goddess Heket was the divine midwife of ancient Egypt, the protector of new life. She was often depicted as a frog or a woman with a frog's head, and was frequently invoked to bring protection to the birthing process or to defend the family unit and guard the home. The amulets and scarabs worn by women for protection at birth often bore her image, and she was also believed to bring relief to her mother. Heket's influence was manifested in infusing the first signs of life in an unborn child, and in hastening the last moments of labor. Midwives were referred to as "servants of Heket" in honor of their duty to dispense life. Heket's colors are green and pink.
It was believed that Heket was one of the deities who created the shape of the child in the womb. According to some sources it was to be considered the female counterpart of the Aries god Khnum, who molded unborn children on his potter's wheel. It is not surprising that the frog was associated with gestation and childbirth. Adult frogs would have been numerous at the dawn of time and their eggs would have been abundant in the waters of the Nile and its cataracts. Since the Egyptians believed that life emerged from the primeval waters of Nu and that the Nile itself gushed out of Nu, its waters would therefore be indicative of new life, especially when one considers that the river was essential to new crop growth and nourishment. of the Egyptian people. The connection would be strengthened by observing the fetal waters breaking before the time of birth. Children, like frogs, emerged from the water.

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