hanging pendant can necklaces mean a pain in the neck? - free article ...

by:EME LIGHTING     2019-11-19











The wearing of jewelry has been with us for many years, and men and women are seeking to decorate their people with these decorative devices.The word jewelry is analyzed from an old French word, the jewel (GEM), but its origin can be further traced back to the Latin word, Jorge jocale, meaningWhile we usually think that jewelry is made of precious metals and precious stones, it has been made of various materials such as cloth, wood, shells, rocks and stones for centuries.In fact, humans are very clever and artistic in creating jewelry, from simplicity to sophistication, from almost anything to many different styles.Jewelry items are also used as powerful symbols and even used to ward off evil spirits or help overcome enemies in battle.In addition to being used for decoration, examples of jewelry worn are necklaces, such as crosses or crosses worn by Christians as powerful religious symbols.Other religious types of necklaces are pendants called amulets, which are graphics or symbols of different shapes and sizes, hanging on chains around their necks.A heart-shaped necklace is often called a pendant, worn as a symbol of love, and opened to reveal a precious painting or a lock hair.Both the necklace and pendant are worn around the neck, but the pendant usually means hanging objects, although it can be hung on the neck chain or earrings.Choker is also a form of necklace, but with a very high necklace on the neck, you can also hang a pendant.Perhaps the weirdest necklace is the one worn by Pa Dong long-necked men, who are part of the Karen tribe living on the border between Thailand and Myanmar.Starting at the age of 6, the copper ring was broken on the neck of the young girl, several times a year, although records show that a woman has 28 rings on her neck, but only 20 rings can be worn.As they progress from small to large, their neck seems to be stretched, although it is clear that what really happens is that the weight of the ring crushed the female collarbone, giving a very long neckIt is said that these women only remove the brass ring on their wedding night and it takes a long process, which involves a lot of neck cleaning.Since Brass tends to color the skin, one can imagine that there could be a pretty bad green mess under these rings.After the wedding night, the ring was replaced and must be retained for life, since the female neck muscles are now not strong enough to support the length of the neck and the weight of the head alone.This practice of wearing neck rings is also adopted by South African women, especially those of the Ndebele tribe, who are often referred to as giraffe women due to their long neck.Ndebele women traditionally wear copper and brass rings on their necks, arms and legs as a symbol of their social and post-marriage status, symbolizing her loyalty and loyalty to her husband.The husband will provide these rings to their wife, and the richer her spouse will be, the more rings she will wear, which will only be removed after his death, because it is believed thatThankfully, in the Pa Dong and Ndebele tribes, this traditional custom is no longer popular and is now gradually disappearing and replaced by more common necklaces.
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