The northern creature, it is associated with the winter season and is a symbol of longevity and wisdom.
It is a legendary creature associated with the summer season in the South. It is thought to bring good fortune.
Cornucopia, made from the horn of the goat Amaltheia, was thought to give an endless supply of food and drink anytime it was needed. It represents the universe’s unlimited nature and the never-ending flow of energy all around us. It also underlines the value of both giving and receiving.
It depicts the legend of the Roman god Mercury (Greek god Hermes) becoming entangled in a battle between two serpents, which eventually coiled themselves around the god’s wand. The Caduceus is an emblem of moral balance and good behavior. It also symbolizes the harmonious coexistence of the four natural elements.
Corn ears are sacred to the Greek goddess Demeter (Roman goddess Ceres) and are thought to signify fertility and abundance.
In Egyptian mythology, the Phoenix is a sacred firebird. When its life cycle is complete, it is reported to ignite its nest, burn in it, and emerge from the ashes as a newborn Phoenix. Immortality, reincarnation, and life after death are all symbols of this fabled bird.
Horus is the Egyptian falcon god, and the Wedjat Eye is thought to have healing and protective abilities.
The scarab beetle, according to Egyptian legend, pushes the sun into the sky every day at dawn. The scarab is a powerful and determined creature.
Mjolnir, the Norse deity Thor’s magical weapon, represents strength, protection, and consecration.
This massive mythological ash tree is said to encircle the Nine Worlds and connect all planes of existence.