“I named this necklace after the original goddess of ancient Egypt. Anuket was worshipped as a protective deity during childbirth. Depicted as a beautiful woman wearing a tall headdress made of reeds or ostrich feathers, she often held the Ankh symbol in her hands.
For me, the Ankh Cross is a symbol of eternal life, which I chose to tattoo on my left hand, on the side of my heart. The loop represents the path in the form of an endless circle traveled by the immortal soul. The two lines forming a cross identify death as an indispensable element of earthly life and the beginning of eternal life.
I have dealt with the death of loved ones several times, and this sign reminds me that we will all meet again someday because our souls are immortal.”
The Ankh Cross
He was one of the few such powerful signs. It was well known and highly respected throughout ancient Egypt. An ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic sign that means “Life”. The Key of Life having enormous power, it is defined as a symbol representing Physical and Eternal Life. The Egyptian symbol is associated with material things such as water, air, and the sun, as well as gods who often held it in their hands or with their arms crossed over their chests.
The Ankh sign was commonly used by Egyptian priests and diviners. As a combination of masculine and feminine elements forming a harmonious whole, it helped to rebalance the inner force by eliminating negative energy. Ancient Egyptians believed that the Ankh cross accumulated energy within itself and then projected it out into the cosmos, providing happiness and peace to the one wearing it. The symbol also provided good luck and prosperity.
The Ankh is used as a talisman to ensure fertility and a happy, prosperous life for the wearer and to keep them from falling. Those who believe in its magical properties like to wear it or tattoo it to provide a path to inner harmony and spiritual growth. Wear it to know your soul’s purpose and to get all the help you need on your way to achieving it.
Interpretation of Ankh symbol
Fertility – it showed the perfect harmony and harmony prevailing between man and woman.
Spirituality – symbolized the key to all hidden knowledge.
Immortality – it was regarded as a symbol of life after death.