Meaning of the Pine Cone

  ” The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine  eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.”   Matthew 6:22 From classical Asian to European tradition and African  civilizations the pine cone has been represented at the top of the staff, depicting the connection between the spine and the pineal gland at the top of it.  The pinecone is one of the most ancient symbols in existence and it is found in every culture throughout the world.   From the ruins of ancient Rome to the cherished artifacts  of Mesopotamia, the symbol of the pine cone is one of the most common and mysterious symbols on the planet. According to scholars, the pine cone is a symbol of the highest spiritual power of the world.    In the representation, we see an Assyrian winged god, holding in his hand a pine cone. In the Babylon tradition, tree of life being pollinated by two winged genies using pine cones.  This necklace is intended to be worn as a reminder of the  lamp of the body, that like the pin

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