Card dimensions: 127x177mm (7"x5") approx.
Information: Comes with a full colour envelope.
Artwork: Peter Pracownik
Each card has faint artwork inside the card as well as full colour on the front cover. These cards are left blank for your own special message.
Dictionary Terms Explained
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All Tree Free cards and envelopes are made from either 100% renewable non-paper products like Kenaf or Sugar Cane or 100% recycled paper or FSC certified mixed sources and are printed on with soy-based inks which are cleaner for the environment.
By using kenaf they support farmers and preserve valuable animal habitat. In addition, kenaf uses no harmful chemicals in processing and is fully recyclable. They say, "We imagine a day when no trees are cut to make paper. Our cards are one small step in that direction - helping our forests to stay tree-full."
- Eternity, divine
The triquetra or triqueta symbol is made up of three interlocked circles which are fully connected together and can't be torn apart. It's thought to have originally been a Celtic symbol and is used by Pagans and Wiccans to represent the triple goddess - maid, mother and crone - and is sometimes referred to as the power of three.
It's sometimes used by Christians too, to represent the Holy Trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit (sometimes it's adapted by Christians into three interlocked fish). Plus, others believe it represents similar trinities, such as:
* Mind, body and soul
* Earth, sea and sky
* Physical, mental and spiritual
The unbroken circle represents eternity and the number three is often seen as being a divine number. So it could be a good symbol to give to someone whom you wish to be with for eternity or to have around if you want to strength your connection with the divine.
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Reviews - rated 5/5 based on customer reviews5 out of 5 By Lady DeerI have just found this card, after putting it away in a drawer. I wont be sending it to anyone, as I find the symbols with silent message on it, awesome.ignoring the three celtic design and the writing therein, I concentrate on wot lies beneath. A pathway to a stone chapel arch, from whence appears light beaming out,enshrining a cloaked figure with antlers on its head.(stag god or goddess?) In the very front is something like an iron gothic design, with a gold chalice, and cut off in the very front another circle, with a red heart..... would love to know more about the artist, and wot exactly he saw before painting this card, the two white doves flying up, do they symbolize peace, or purity, its most magical, and it will stay in my sacred corner, and not be used, perhaps I can invoke this scene myself on a magical platform in space!