The Triquetra knot is the most common of the Celtic knot patterns, offering a variety of meanings. This motif is found alongside solar and lunar symbols in ancient remnants and archeological digs. This leads us to believe that the ancient Celtic druids associated this with the lunar or solar phases. The Celts honored a lunar goddess which they called the Great Mother, who they saw as having three personifications, the three lunar phases and faces of the goddess.
- Celtic Trinity Knot with a circle encrusted with diamonds
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