Dancing under the warm bright stars, the tree of life, glory and lore.
Our shadows cast by the illuminating lights,
Deeply intertwined through our ethereal passion
Laced by our hearts, rooted in love.
The peacock is first mentioned in the Bible in the time of Solomon. He used to send his vessels to distant countries, and they came back once in three years,
“bringing gold, and silver, and ivory, and apes, and peacocks.” Solomon was the richest among all the kings that the Bible tells us about.
The peacock is a symbol of glory, royalty, spirituality, awakening, immortality, integrity, and the beauty we can achieve when we begin to reveal our true colors.
In history, myth, legend and lore, the peacock symbolizes nobility, holiness, guidance, protection and watchfulness.
Contemplate the powers of the peacock when you need more vibrancy and vitality in your experience.
The peacock can also help you on your spiritual path, and breath new life into your walk of faith.
In Greco-Roman mythology the peacock is identified with Hera (Juno) who created the peacock from Argus whose hundred eyes
(seen on the tail feathers of the peacock) symbolize the vault of heaven and the eyes of the stars.
In Hinduism the peacock is associated with Lakshmi who is a deity representing benevolence,
patience, kindness, compassion and good luck.