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Dia de los Muertos Red LED Light Up Skull Day of the Dead Pendant Necklace

  • $ 3750

I attached a red LED light to a glass skull bead, then added a silver plated 3D rose and a silver budded cross. The LED light is powered by cell batteries. Cell batteries are replaceable and an extra set will be included with your purchase. It can be worn with the light turned off as well. Twisting the bail at the top will turn the light on or off. A great design to wear for parties, raves, festivals, and other nighttime activities. Fun to wear and sure to attract attention.

The Day of the Dead is a festival celebrated annually to honor the spirits of departed ancestors and beloved friends. It is believed that these spirits return on Dia de los Muertos to join in the celebration and partake of earthly pleasures such as food, drink, and tobacco. Originally celebrated only in Mexico, this holiday has spread out to other countries where Mexican nationals have relocated.

Human skulls have a greater visual appeal than the other bones of the human skeleton, and can fascinate even as they repel. Our present society predominantly associates skulls with death and evil. However, to some ancient societies it is believed to have had the opposite association, where objects like crystal skulls represented life.

The Celts saw the skull as the seat of power and the house of the soul. Skulls are the main symbol of the Mexican Day of the Dead holiday. The skull was often carved on early New England tombstones as a symbol of mortality, but the skull was often backed by a pair of wings, perhaps an indication immortality as well.

The rose can represent a clandestine meeting. The term "sub rosa" means "under the rose" and comes from the Roman practice of hanging a rose over a meeting place as a symbol of secrecy.

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