Woodburned Snail Pendant

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Woodburned Snail Pendant

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This pendant was wood burned, stained, varnished, and wire wrapped by myself in oxidized copper wire. Your pendant will be sent with a free adjustable slip-knot cord. If you would prefer a chain for your pendant, click here.

Symbolism of the Snail

The spiral of the snail's shell is also symbolic of the moon and its cycles. To the Aztecs, the snail is symbolic of time, transition, and even fertility. People with the snail totem tend to be creatures of habit and have a great deal of patience. They also know how to take things as they come. More often than not they prefer to be alone, are not very social, and sometimes very timid as well. They always have to balance protection with trust (not easy). Often, snail totem people never show their true selves to the world. Also, their feelings are generally at the forefront of most of their decisions and actions. Folks with the snail totem also need to be careful about hiding in their shell. They need to make a point of dealing with their emotional issues, or they could withdraw permanently.

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