The Aztecs considered pinecones, a symbol of immortality, spirituality, and fertility. Pinecones were also an Assyrian symbol of immortality and enlightenment. Pinecones have always been a symbol of fertility in the Celtic culture and tradition. To speed up conception, Celtic women used to keep pinecones under their pillows. Dionysus, who is the Greek god of wine, is thought to carry a staff that was tipped with pinecones, to symbolize fertility. In addition, we find that Osiris, the Egyptian God Osiris carried a pinecone-tipped, snake-tipped staff, which is believed to link the pinecone with the rise of the Kundalini energy from the base of the spine to the crown chakra, which is also symbolized by the Pinecone.
Throughout history, we find that people were aware of the close resemblance between the pineal gland and the appearance of a pinecone. Its spines spiral in a Fibonacci sequence in either of its directions, similar to the Sacred Geometry that is observed in a rose or a sunflower. The Pineal gland is shaped and also named after the Pinecone. It is located at the geometric center in our brain and is closely linked to the body's perceptions of light. The Pineal gland controls our circadian rhythms and wake-sleep patterns, is uniquely isolated from the blood brain barrier system and receives more blood flow than any other part of the body, except the kidneys.
Pinecones have been depicted in recorded human history as a symbol of Human Enlightenment and the Third Eye. They have always represented the Pineal gland, which is known as the “Seat of the Soul” and the epicenter of the evolved Human Consciousness.
In addition to this, pinecones have been considered as a symbol of protection and regeneration. After all, these pinecones protect the seeds, which help to further the evolution of the conifer trees! They are also believed to symbolize fertility as well as maturity, as these pinecones know when to open up and release their seeds. They seem to be well-aware of the needs of the trees and the overall life-process of growth and regeneration.
As these pinecones make up a good part of the traditional Christmas decorations, they also signify joyous celebrations and festivities.
In this way, we find that pinecones have many amazing spiritual symbolism and significations. It is nice to collect these fallen empty pinecones and decorate our homes with their beautiful symbolism. These pinecones help to bring the cheer of nature into our home and our life!
Nature Guidance and Oracle And Divination
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