All around the world, and many cultures, the Snake has been historically represented as different symbols, in particular as fertility or a creative life force.
As snakes shed their skin through sloughing, they are symbols of rebirth, transformation, immortality, and healing.
What do snakes symbolize in African culture?
Several African cultures revere snakes as protectors, bringers of fertility, and guardians of the earth.
What do snakes symbolize in Japanese culture?
In Japan, snakes have traditionally been revered as a god, a messenger of a god, or a creature that brings a divine curse when a snake is harmed or a particular natural site is disturbed. Seeing a snake is considered good luck.
What does snake mean in Hebrew?
The word “serpent” in Genesis 3:1 means in Hebrew “Nachash", a shining one. The Nachash, or serpent, who beguiled Eve (2 Cor.11:3) is spoken of as “an angel of light”.
What do snakes symbolize in ancient Egypt?
The Egyptians recognized the serpent as a deadly creature, but they also saw them as symbols of protection, healing, fertility, and immortality. Indeed, the snake is found as evidenced in various ancient texts and artifacts such as healing cippi, protective amulets, and the uraeus snake on the forefront of the pharaoh's crown.
Before getting a bracelet it’s important to know what size it should be. It's good to know what the average size is, but you can measure your own wrist easily.
You should also consider whether or not you want a comfortable or loose fit.
Women sizes: 16 to 20 cm
Men sizes: 18 to 22 cm
How to measure your wrist?
Consult us if you have any doubt or question about the size!
My advise: Choose the recommended medium size depending the type of person: medium small or medium, medium large.
Post-sale service: We will provide a post-sale service to readjust the exact size directly with them once receiving the gift.
Extension chain: When choosing a bracelet or necklace made on a chain, most of them can include an extension chain which enables to adjust easily the size.
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