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  • Teresa Sandoval Morgan

    Mother of Pearl helps to stimulate intuition, sensitivity, imagination, and adaptability. It helps with clarity in decision making. Mother of Pearl stirs and awakens the primordial memory of your origin in the infinite ocean of divine love. It stirs this memory in your thoughts, your feelings, and in every cell of your physical body....produces an overall calming effect as it gently stirs the life energy of your cells. Like waves lapping the shore, this stirring is steady.

  • Melissa Micare

    Fibonacci spiral in a nautilus shell.

  • Cynthia Black

    Chambered nautilus

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A shell that displays the Fibonacci spiral. Fibonacci's sequence and phi are important mathematical concepts (especially in biology) in the same way Planck's constant is important to Quantum Mechanics.


Claudia Drew-Parker

Picture on canvas of this - Nautilus. Parlor or even over fireplace and put tree elsewhere.

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Faye Nicholson
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EFF WORD! I've bee dreaming of my next tatoo for years now. nautilus. mine won't be quite like this, but EFF WORD, how did this person get into my head!

nautilus shell.

anna harvey

a metaphor of the human experience: "The main feature of the Nautilus is the large snail-like shell that is coiled upwards and lined with mother-of-pearl. The shell is subdivided into as many as 30 chambers. As the shell grows, its body moves forward into the new larger chamber and produces a wall to seal off the older chambers. The empty chambers are used to regulate buoyancy."

Would be a great accent with the awesome beach mirror I just finished.

Description des coquilles fossiles des environs de Paris / par G.-P. Deshayes. Deshayes, G. P. (Gérard Paul), 1795-1875

nautilus shell - Google Search

Nautilus Shell. The nautilus inhabit the deep slopes of coral reefs. The shell coloration keeps the animal cryptic in the water. When seen from above, the shell is darker in color and marked with irregular stripes, which helps it blend into the dark water below. The underside is almost completely white, making the animal indistinguishable from brighter waters near the surface. This mode of camouflage is named countershading. --Wikipedia