The Guardian Skull Ring is an anatomically correct timeless design. The inside of this ring is riddled with symbolism. It features a sacred geometry pattern on the shank that leads to a gallery displaying an altar dedicated to the transient nature of life. It symbolizes the rejection of the impermanent material world and celebration of the present moment.
Sacred geometry has been used used in the design and construction of religious structures such as churches, temples, mosques, religious monuments, altars, and tabernacles for millennia. Many today use it to describe the ineffable ones of the universe. Shamans and artists who delved in hallucinogenic medicines depict vision where everything they experience is contained within a living net of geometric patterns.
The hour glass-
Mirroring the symbol of the skull, the hourglass with wings symbolizes the eternal passage of time and serves as a continual reminder that life is finite. However, the hourglass is also used in other ways. With its two containers, the hourglass is an analogy between the upper and the lower, and the need to turn the hourglass from top to bottom at times to continue the process symbolizes the continual cycle between life and death, heaven and earth. However, if no action is taken, the sand can only flow one way. This is a reminder to those that do not understand how valuable time is. Those who find themselves engaging in activities that do not add value to their lives thinking they will recover later in life, remember, time flies.
The all seeing eye-
Also known as the eye of providence, this symbol has become skewed over time. Today many believe it represents a dark all powerful group who seek to control us all. The truth is this symbol represents a conscious universe watching over humankind.