Diamond Symbol Meaning – Native American Symbolism

Written by avenefica on August 28th, 2008

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Diamond Symbol, a Native American Indian Symbolic Perspective




The Diamond Symbol meaning from a Native American Indian perspective includes several aspects.

The diamond motif is seen in butterfly symbolism, where it represents the concept of transformation and immortality.  I’ve written about the Native perspective on the diamond butterfly (including an actual image of the motif) here.

The diamond symbol is also seen from the Osage as a representation of the earth.  It will have a equa-distant cross in the center indicating the importance of the four cardinal winds/directions

The diamond shape is also symbolic of protection in the form of the wind.  I’ve written about the Native American symbol for wind here.

Also a symbol of life in the Native perspective, each side is a facet of life’s learning phases:

  • Freedom
  • Equality
  • Unity
  • Eternity

Other more in-depth information can be found here:

Diamond Symbol Meanings

Diamond Meaning as an Alchemy Symbol

Diamond Lozenge as Native American Symbol for Wind

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2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Sivlia says:

    Great link

  2. Elani says:

    I had a daydream about this diamond that looked close to it that was on this girl who was on a boat in heaven. I kinda have a gift to see in the future so now this on a whole new level this website is weirdly cool.

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