This ancient Chinese symbol for Double Happiness, is a powerful love and relationship talisman. Gift this talisman to your partner to encourage a strengthening of your bond, and a truly equal relationship where both parties are happy and content. This character frequently appears on traditional decorative items associated with marriage and the double happiness symbol is traditionally gifted to the married couple as a good luck charm.
This talisman has been created from a vintage solid gold piece, transformed into a magickal talisman through specific ritual magick at a carefully astrologically elected time.
You may well see scratches, dents and small marks on your talisman due to its age and former life. This only adds to the authenticity and unique nature of the piece. None of the Ouroboros Limited Editions are brand new and each piece is carefully inspected by our master goldsmith and jeweler in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. He then refurbishes each piece to wearable condition, polishes and securely solders the jump ring in place.
So much more than a piece of jewellery, this talisman is a personal piece of magickal power.
The final image is a picture taken of your talisman during the magickal ritual.
From astrologer Haley Smith, 2 November 2021 9:30AM BST:
With Sagittarius rising at this hour, these love talismans were blessed to bring an increase of love, generative partnerships, and a deepening sense of connection with ourselves.
Sagittarius, and its ruling planet Jupiter, hold domain over much – including the notions of expansion and good fortune. Venus and Juno are conjunct in Sagittarius here in the first house of self, identity, and one’s very physical essence. Both Venus and Juno have rulership over important connections, and in the first house, can help deepen a sense of intrinsic beauty in the wearer of the talisman – expanding the tangibly felt belief of one’s value in relationships, as well as creating entirely new schools of thought in self-love. Jupiter, the ruling planet of this chart, forms harmonious ties to Venus and Juno as well, bringing a welcome boost when navigating relationships of all kinds.
The moon in Libra here forms a conjunction with the Midheaven in Libra – inviting the wearer to be brave, visible, and diligent in their pursuit of healthy connections. Libra is a Venus-ruled sign and powerful stop along the journey of the zodiac that has much to teach us about the art of connection. In Libra, we enter the realms of the sacred mirror of partnership – the almost-psychedelic domain of what we stand to learn about ourselves through friends, lovers, family, and beyond.
The moon’s harmonious connection to Ceres in the 7th house of relationships brings potent nourishment to connections. In the sign of Gemini, Ceres and the North Node here also help with the nourishment of new beliefs around connections – leaving behind outdated concepts around partnership.
A grand trine between Saturn, the moon, and Ceres brings an enduring, stabilizing effect to both the relationship with ourselves and those that we have with others. In the 2nd house of values and the sensuous, Saturn here helps in amplifying self-worth, and acting from a firm place of the value we hold for ourselves – directly informing the types of relationships we allow in our lives.
These talismans support us in feeling rooted in our being, healing early dynamics about love, and weaving pathways for partnerships where we can truly thrive.