SACRED SPACE- Triquetra Altar Cloth
Sacred Space Altar table cloth
this beautiful light weight cotton cloth makes the perfect throw for decorating your altar, wall or as even use as a throw across your bed or favourite chair.
Triquetra The Power Of Three- Meant initially as “triangle” it was used to refer to various three-cornered shapes.Sometimes, the traditional triquetra symbol is accompanied by a circle. The circle that is often interlaced with the triquetra represents the bond between the three elements.
the ancient Celts favoured that everything in this world came in threes.
- Three stages of life: life, death, and rebirth
- Three elements: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit
- Three domains: earth, sea and sky
- Body , Soul and Spirit
- Mother, father, and son.
- Sowing, crop, and growth.
- Sunrise, midday, and sunset.
- Childhood, adulthood, and old age.
- Past, present, and future.
HISTORY OF THE TRIQUETRA
An ancient Celtic symbol, the triquetra is considered one of the oldest; dating back to as early as 500 BC when it was used to symbolize the triple goddess (maiden-mother-crone). Over the centuries it has become the symbol for the Holy Trinity among Christians in Ireland. The symbol is often used to represent the 3 fundamental elements – air, water, and earth or the infinite cycle of life. It is also known as a rune of protection.
The triquetra is a Latin word, meaning “triangular” or “three-cornered.” In its purest form, the triquetra is three interconnected ovals — one pointing upward, the other two pointing down, to the left and right.
This listing is for one (1) triquetra altar cloth
measuring aprox 36 x36 inches thats a whopping 91.44cm x 91.44cm almost a metre! black cotton with gold metallic print
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