The Payas of Patzun that inspired the drawings you see in this bracelet have symbols in them that represent elements such as: nine half-moons which belong to the nine months of pregnancy; two double headed eagles representing duality; three sections of leaves representing the tree of life; two jaguars and two deer at each end symbolizing royalty; three birds or doves to send the messages to the sky; beneath both deer a figure of a monstrance (a catholic figure) symbolizing the sun – the center of the universe; a symmetric cross which indicates the four corners of the universe.
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The word "jade" communicates a sense of mystery. In Chinese, "jade" (yu) refers to a fine, beautiful stone with a warm color and rich luster, that is skillfully and delicately carved. In Chinese culture, jade symbolizes nobility, perfection, constancy, and immortality
The first recorded use of crystals was by this ancient culture, who used crystals in their magical healing formulas, as the main material to create sculptures and depictions of their deities and for inlays in their finest artwork. Lapis Lazuli and Serpentine were a couple of their favorite stones.