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The Hunted Bear claw charm

from 100.00
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The Hunted Bear claw charm

from 100.00

Possess the power, playfulness and dominance of the bear with this amulet/charm. Bear claw is cast in rich, golden bronze or sterling silver.

Comes with our standard 28" long sterling silver chain with a spring ring clasp and makers mark tag.

***Bear Mythology***Bears are associated with trees which are natural antennas, linking the heavens and the Earth. Bear teaches us to respect our natural hibernation cycles. Just as Bear rests during winter and reawakens during spring, we need spaces of rest and rejuvenation. Bear calls us to awaken the potential within ourselves and the power of our unconscious mind. Bear reminds us there is a time for playfulness and a time to be assertive. It is associated with the Goddess Artemis.

More about Bears: The most common bear is the black bear. This name can be misleading since some black bears are various shades of brown. The Grizzly is most famous for its ferocious strength but is not aggressive by nature. The largest bear is the Alaskan Brown Bear who is a relatively solitary animal. The "cute" Polar Bear is the most aggressive of all bears -- the best hunter and the most dangerous.

 

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Possess the power, playfulness and dominance of the bear with this amulet/charm. Bear claw is cast in rich, golden bronze or sterling silver.

Comes with our standard 28" long sterling silver chain with a spring ring clasp and makers mark tag.

***Bear Mythology***Bears are associated with trees which are natural antennas, linking the heavens and the Earth. Bear teaches us to respect our natural hibernation cycles. Just as Bear rests during winter and reawakens during spring, we need spaces of rest and rejuvenation. Bear calls us to awaken the potential within ourselves and the power of our unconscious mind. Bear reminds us there is a time for playfulness and a time to be assertive. It is associated with the Goddess Artemis.

More about Bears: The most common bear is the black bear. This name can be misleading since some black bears are various shades of brown. The Grizzly is most famous for its ferocious strength but is not aggressive by nature. The largest bear is the Alaskan Brown Bear who is a relatively solitary animal. The "cute" Polar Bear is the most aggressive of all bears -- the best hunter and the most dangerous.