Hei Matau

Linda Ursin

Soknedal, Norway

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The sixty-third of the symbols is the Maori amulet Hei Matau. It got its name from traditional heirloom fish hooks and is worn as an amulet of protection, especially on water. The background was created to look like water with sunlight hitting it to reflect this property.

Who do you think of when you read this? Maybe someone who loves being on the water?

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