Serch bythol is a lesser-known Celtic symbol, but it doesn’t mean it is less important.
Depicted as two trinity knots or triquetras, the Serch Bythol is symbolic of the oneness of the mind, body, and spirit which are bound by the circle to represent the everlasting love of a couple that will never be seperated in body, mind and spirit through eternity. The Celtic name of this symbol “Serch Bythol” is the Welsh term for “everlasting love” and is used to express the solidarity of family. The Celtic people were known to be fierce warriors, among other things. They commonly associated different symbols with their bravery and courage. They held on to their customs and rituals as they traveled through Europe, settling in Britain. Defending everlating love and family would have been an important motivation and one could imagine an image of this symbol may have accompanied the Celtic warrior in battle.
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