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 Blue opal Witch Knot Pendant Necklace 925 Sterling silver


100% Sterling Silver (925), Nickel Free, Lead Free, Cadmium Free, Hypoallergenic.
Highly polished and rhodium-plated.

Stones: Blue Opal and cubic zirconia.
Dimensions approx. 26.1mm

Adjustable 40cm (1.3mm) 925 silver chain rhodium plated.


The witches knot is a symbol of love, protection and empowerment. Simple and elegant, this unique Tree of Life necklace with a witch's knot is a popular and universal symbol in various cultures and religions, as well as a symbol of balance and harmony. This Tree of Life necklace will be the perfect gift for your loved one or yourself.


7 Powerful Spiritual Meanings of the Witch’s Knot


Creation & Creative Energy
Witch’s Knot is derived from the concept of the Squared Circle, where the areas of both the square and the circle are equal. The square symbolizes the material realm, while the circle represents the spiritual realm. Their overlap signifies the harmonious union of these contrasting energies, which serves as the foundation for all creation. The Witch’s Knot resembles a cross symbol (as shown in the image below). In this symbol, the vertical line stands for the spiritual realm, and the horizontal line represents the material realm. The point at which they intersect serves as a focal point of creation or source energy.

Witch’s Knot is a potent symbol of creation and creative energy. Because it is linked to creation, it can be effectively used in healing and manifestation rituals, as well as for awakening one’s inner creative energy.


Four Elements, Unity, and Interconnectedness

The four arcs of the Witch’s Knot symbolize the four elements – Fire, Air, Water, and Earth. The central dot surrounded by a rhombus-like shape represents the fifth element, ether or source energy, which permeates all four elements. The encompassing circle signifies the eternal cycle of life and the interconnectedness of these elements.

Additionally, the unicursal nature of the knot, which allows it to be drawn in a single, continuous line, underscores the deep interconnection and omnipresence of the four elements. It also represents the interconnectedness of the spiritual and material realms, and of all things in the universe.

In a similar vein, the arcs also correspond to the four cardinal directions, each associated with its own element: North with Fire, South with Earth, East with Air, and West with Water.


Eternity & the Cycle of Life
The Witch’s Knot features four interlocking loops that can be drawn in a single, unbroken line, symbolizing both infinity and the eternal nature of the divine and the human soul. This unending pattern serves as a visual representation of life’s cyclical nature and the unbreakable bonds that connect all things.


Balance and Harmony
The Witch’s Knot is founded on the geometric principle of the ‘Squared Circle,’ where a circle and a square share the same area. This intricate design symbolizes the harmonious balance between earthly and spiritual realms, making the Witch’s Knot the perfect representation of balance, harmony, and cosmic equilibrium.

In addition, its resemblance to a cross further underscores these themes of balance and harmony.


 Eternity & the Cycle of Life
The Witch’s Knot symbolizing both infinity and the eternal nature of the divine and the human soul. This unending pattern serves as a visual representation of life’s cyclical nature and the unbreakable bonds that connect all things.


Four Major Solar Events & Gaelic Seasonal Festivals

The Witch’s Knot also represents the four major solar events that occur throughout the year. This includes the two Solstices and two Equinoxes as follows:

Spring Equinox
Summer Solstice
Autumn Equinox
Winter Solstice


These events correspond to the four seasons (Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter) and their cyclical return year after year, which is further emphasized by the circular design of the Witch’s Knot.

In this sense, the Witch’s Knot serves as a potent symbol of both the sun and the eternal cycle of life.


For Major Lunar Events

The Witch’s Knot also serves as a symbol of the moon, representing the four primary lunar phases that occur each month.


New Moon, First Quarter, Full Moon, Last (or Third) Quarter


Magic, Protection, & Good Luck

The Witch’s Knot has a rich history, particularly in the realm of knot magic—a form of spell-work involving the tying of knots to channel or release energy. Commonly used for healing, protection, and binding, it also served as a conduit for harnessing the powers of the four elements.

Additionally, because the Witch’s Knot can be drawn with a single, uninterrupted line, it has long been used as a symbol of protection. Traditionally, it’s either worn as jewelry or inscribed on doorways to ward off negative influences and the evil eye.


Blue opal Witch Knot Pendant Necklace 925 Sterling silver

$75.00 Regular Price
$60.00Sale Price
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