about 11,700 results
Web Results
  1. African Symbols and their Meanings - Directory of Signs ...

    Adinkra symbols are expressions of Asante philosophy, beliefs and history. They are rich in proverbial meanings, ... Scarab Beetle Silent Theosophy Unifon.
  2. Adinkra Symbols - Gifts From Deez Hands in Rosedale, NY Sells ...

    Adinkra symbols are from the Akan people of Ghana. Their are hundreds of symbols of which 80 are commonly used. The symbols are given to the departed and have various ...
  3. Mens Rings tagged "adinkra" | Studio of Ptah Jewelry Co.

    Why Studio of Ptah? Studio of Ptah is a premier source for original jewelry inspired by symbols of Africa, and Cultures from around the world.
  4. Studio of Ptah | Facebook

    ‪#‎ Ankh‬ ‪#‎ Sankofa‬ ‪#‎ Adinkra‬ ‪#‎ ancestral‬ ‪#‎ weddingbands‬ ‪#‎ finejewelry‬ ‪#‎ eyeofheru‬ ‪#‎ scarab ...
  5. The Language of Symbols - Welcome to Jendayi Collection

    Scarab • (self-generation ... This symbol combines the Adinkra symbol "Morning Star" which can mean a new start to the day, placed inside the wheel (Adinkra symbol
  6. Adinkra Symbols - Anima Designs Shop

    ADINKRA SYMBOL ITEMS: AMULETS: ART-CRAFTS ... "Chief of the adinkra symbols" greatness, charisma and ... 12x20mm Matte Blue Green and Brown Egyptian Soapstone Scarab ...
  7. Adinkra, Kemetic Symbols, Rubber Art Stamps

    Adinkra, Kemetic Symbols, African American, Ethnic, Egyptian, Native American, Asia, Rubber Art Stamps ... Adinkra Symbol (Scarab) Mounted: 5.50: Unmounted: 2.75: D-857
  8. Kemetic (Ancient Egyptian) Symbol Guide | Studio of Ptah ...

    Adinkra Symbols; Kemetic (Ancient Egyptian) Alphabet; ... Khepera (Scarab) The Khepera (Scarab) represents change, a new beginning or rebirth of consciousness.
  9. Egyptian Symbols and Definitions - Egypt and Art

    The Egyptian believed the heart was the center of all ... , the great scarab who symbolizes morning and the ram-headed god Khnum representing evening ...
  10. Egyptian Scarab Beetle Transformation by CreativeArtandSoul

    The sacred scarab beetle symbolizes transformation, rebirth and resurrection. The scarab is also one of the most important symbols of solar worship in ancient Egypt.