The Celtic triquetra is over 5,000 years old, having been used in the bronze age in Europe, and India. Its name comes from the Latin “triquetrus” which means “three corners”. The most commonly associated knot work is with the Celts. But like the rune stones, Germanic culture also contributed their part of knot work to the European culture.
Triquetra Symbol Meaning
The Triquetra symbol meaning and message lie in the knowledge of time, time is circular like the seasons. Movement and change are inevitable and naturally progressive. Upon meditating on the triquetra a perpetual motion is conceived as an ever-moving evolutionary circle.
This energy of movement inspires creation and life within us. It is especially useful for people feeling stagnant in their lives or suffering anxiety or depression. Concentrating on the triquetra’s movements will encourage and delight the senses in life movement.
The Triquetra meaning is a true amulet of protection symbol from the very things I just mentioned. Helping to avoid obstacles and stuck moments in one’s journey of life movements. Providing a smooth and pleasant continuous course of events throughout life.
After studying and meditating on the triquetra for some time the energy of forwarding movement is recognised in your life, guarding against decisions that will move you backward. Triquetra The Power Of Three. The wheels of motion and the triad of spirals form a story. The number, “three” is believed to have very powerful energy associated with it. The symbol of the triad or trinity. It is a symbol of the unity of, body, mind, and spirit. © by psychic medium Ian Scott.