Meandros as a symbol of Ancient Greece and eternal lifetemplatemela
The most ancient Greek symbol the Meander is a symbol of Victory and Unity, a symbol of Infinity and Eternal Life, but also of our eternal journey through the world. Inspired, according to some academics, by the numerous bends of the river Meander, which has a total over 500 kilometers long, it will be one of the most historic symbols of the Greek World and will also be called the Greek Key, as it declares the Greek origin of all the things that carry it!
By the term meander or Greek key is meant in architecture and archeology the banded decoration - a composition of straight lines - that join each other at right angles or intersect diagonally. The meander motif, in its various variations, was often used in antiquity to decorate the frieze of temples. The manual or meander handle A mortal who defeated a goddess and married her is the king of Phthia, Peleus. Once in the light of the moon he saw a Panorian goddess dancing with the daughters of the waters (Niriides: downstream fairies). It was the goddess Thetis that Prometheus' prophecy forced her to marry a mortal, so that he would not be born who would overthrow the almighty Zeus. Peleus was tyrannized by the divine beauty, but how could this mortal acquire Thetis who was a goddess? But he asked about this the wise Chiron who lived high on Pelion. "He beckoned him in the same place as if he saw her, dancing in the night, to seize her as tightly as possible in his arms." Not to let go of the grip even if she changed forms: "even if it becomes a snake, a lion or fire, water to escape." Peleus in his passion for the goddess overcame and decisively defeated all her angry transformations, holding her with a grip tightly in his arms.