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The 18-karat gold mini coin edge crest medallion has a three-dimensional horse set at its center. The horse is associated with unconquerable. In the face of adversity, the Latin word Invictus bolsters us. We can be hurt physically, financially, emotionally; yet our soul is unconquerable. "...I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul." Invictus c 1875 William Ernest Henley Compatible with any oval annex link to build a mini-story.

Comes with an oval annex link as a tool to build a mini-story or add to any necklace

Details
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Engraved with Invicaratus unconquerable on the back
  • Length Measures 12mm
  • Sold with an oval annex link to add the crest to any necklace

The 18-karat gold mini coin edge crest medallion has a three-dimensional horse set at its center. The horse is associated with unconquerable. In the face of adversity, the Latin word Invictus bolsters us. We can be hurt physically, financially, emotionally; yet our soul is unconquerable. "...I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul." Invictus c 1875 William Ernest Henley Compatible with any oval annex link to build a mini-story.

Comes with an oval annex link as a tool to build a mini-story or add to any necklace

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Engraved with Invicaratus unconquerable on the back
  • Length Measures 12mm
  • Sold with an oval annex link to add the crest to any necklace

Horse

This piece is derived from the Protection Tenet. We need protection from our own negative thoughts that prevent us from using our energy to build more productive and constructive aspects of our lives. Below are the symbols and their meanings.


In the face of adversity, the Latin word Invictus bolsters us. We can be hurt physically, financially, emotionally; yet our soul is unconquerable. “...I thank whatever gods may be for my unconquerable soul. ...I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul.”

Invictus c. 1875 William Ernest Henley

  • Horse n the face of adversity, the Latin word Invictus bolsters us. We can be hurt physically, financially, emotionally; yet our soul is unconquerable. “...I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. ...I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul. “ Invictus c. 1875 William Ernest Henley
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