Human Skull Pillar "Speak No Evil, Hear No Evil, See No Evil" Ritual Candle
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THIS RITUAL CANDLE IS SHAPED LIKE HUMAN SKULLS.
1 human skull pillar ritual candle
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What Does The Human Skull Symbolize?
The human skull has been used in occult symbolism for centuries, and its meaning varies depending on the culture, tradition, and context in which it is used. In general, the skull is often associated with death, mortality, and the impermanence of life. It serves as a reminder that life is fleeting and that all living things will eventually die. However, in some cultures, the skull is also a symbol of transformation and rebirth. It represents the shedding of the old self and the emergence of a new, transformed self. Additionally, the skull has been used as a symbol of knowledge and wisdom, particularly in Western esoteric traditions. It is associated with the concept of "memento mori," which reminds us of the impermanence of life and the importance of living in the present. In some cultures, the skull is believed to possess magical powers and is used for protection and to ward off evil spirits.
See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil
The phrase "hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil" is often associated with the three wise monkeys, a Japanese pictorial maxim which embodies the proverbial principle to "not see, hear, or speak evil."
Three wise monkeys were named Mizaru, Kikazaru, and Iwazaru. Mizaru, the monkey covering his eyes, was the elder brother and represented the principle of "see no evil." Kikazaru, the monkey covering his ears, was the middle brother and represented the principle of "hear no evil." Iwazaru, the monkey covering his mouth, was the younger brother and represented the principle of "speak no evil."
the phrase "hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil" has a variety of interpretations and meanings, both within and outside of the occult context. Ultimately, it is up to each individual to determine its significance and relevance to their own spiritual journey.
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