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"Icthus" Do You Know The Meaning?
“Icthus” Magnetic Copper Bracelet
Icthus is the Greek word for fish. The fish symbol was adopted by early Christians as a secret sign, due to persecution. The fish symbol was chosen because, in the original Greek, the letters stand as an acrostic for "Jesus Christ, Son of God,Savior." Features:
  • Width: 3/8 inch
  • Weight: 1 ounce
  • Magnet Type: Neodymium with Six 1500 Gauss Magnets
  • Metal: Copper
  • Great Affordabale Gift Idea
The Story Continues
An acrostic is a poem whose initial or last letters can be put together to form a word or message. In the times of the early Roman Christians, followers of Christ were often persecuted for their faith and any outward symbol of their belief could often get them imprisoned or killed. However, for their underground movement, the practitioners needed some means of identifying one another, and for safety they chose a symbol that was not directly associated with their faith. Thus the fish symbol was born. Enrich Your Life in More Ways Than One
For the symbol to be a success there had to be some recognizable links with the faith. The fish was said to symbolize the baptismal waters, the loaves and fishes that Jesus used to feed the five thousand, and Jesus’ own declaration to the disciples to become 'fishers of men'. The Greek word for fish, icthus, is an acrostic consisting of the initial letters of five more Greek words, which briefly but clearly described the character of Christ and His claim to the worship of believers: 'Iesous Christos Theou Yios Soter' which translates as 'Jesus Christ, Son of God, Saviour'. The symbol of the fish and the word icthus gained a meaning of high significance for those early Christians, and is still recognized as a Christian symbol today. Embrace your Fellow Man
Chromed fishes can often be seen stuck onto the back of Christians' cars, and for some time a chalk fish-mark was used by homeless wanderers to mark the houses of people who could be depended on for charity or for food. We use First Class Mail & Deliver in 2-3 days. Embrace your distinctive personality with your powerful "Icthus" Copper Magnetic Bracelet. Your satisfaction is guaranteed!

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“Icthus” Magnetic Copper Bracelet


Icthus is the Greek word for fish. The fish symbol was adopted by early Christians as a secret sign, due to persecution. The fish symbol was chosen because, in the original Greek, the letters stand as an acrostic for "Jesus Christ, Son of God,Savior."

Features:
  • Width: 3/8 inch
  • Weight: 1 ounce
  • Magnet Type: Neodymium with Six 1500 Gauss Magnets
  • Metal: Copper
  • Great Affordabale Gift Idea


The Story Continues
An acrostic is a poem whose initial or last letters can be put together to form a word or message. In the times of the early Roman Christians, followers of Christ were often persecuted for their faith and any outward symbol of their belief could often get them imprisoned or killed. However, for their underground movement, the practitioners needed some means of identifying one another, and for safety they chose a symbol that was not directly associated with their faith. Thus the fish symbol was born.

Enrich Your Life in More Ways Than One
For the symbol to be a success there had to be some recognizable links with the faith. The fish was said to symbolize the baptismal waters, the loaves and fishes that Jesus used to feed the five thousand, and Jesus’ own declaration to the disciples to become 'fishers of men'. The Greek word for fish, icthus, is an acrostic consisting of the initial letters of five more Greek words, which briefly but clearly described the character of Christ and His claim to the worship of believers: 'Iesous Christos Theou Yios Soter' which translates as 'Jesus Christ, Son of God, Saviour'. The symbol of the fish and the word icthus gained a meaning of high significance for those early Christians, and is still recognized as a Christian symbol today.

Embrace your Fellow Man
Chromed fishes can often be seen stuck onto the back of Christians' cars, and for some time a chalk fish-mark was used by homeless wanderers to mark the houses of people who could be depended on for charity or for food.

We use First Class Mail & Deliver in 2-3 days. Embrace your distinctive personality with your powerful "Icthus" Copper Magnetic Bracelet.

Your satisfaction is guaranteed!

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