are hand crafted, taken from the the knobcone pine. The top portion of the pinecone is gently cut exposing the natural beauty hidden within. The pinecone is held together by sap, this means the only way for it to open is to be exposed to extreme heat. Forest fires allow the Pinecone to reproduce. The pinecone is one of the oldest symbols known to human kind. Pinecones have been found all over the world in various cultures symbolizing Human Enlightenment, the Third Eye and the Pineal Gland.
The pinecone in its physical form has a spine that spirals in a perfect Fibonacci sequence in both directions. This also known as its Sacred Geometry.
The “Pineal Gland” which is named after the pinecone and depicted as a pinecone symbolically in cultures around the world, is located in the center of the brain and is directly linked to the body’s perception of light. Therefore, are a direct representation of human enlightenment.