- The Lunula is one of the best known of the early Irish gold styles as its shape does suggest the New Moon.
- There are two definite centers within its form, in a proportion of approximately two (inner) to three (outer) circumferences.
- This magnificent gold collar from the Bronze Age was worn round the neck of Druidic monk. (National Museum in Dublin, Ireland)
- Examine this collar and you will find the fact that there are 11 sun-discs on each flanges (totally 22 discs on both), then count the elliptical bows of the collar, there are 7 elevated lines (representing 7 rays of light).
- As you know, 22/7 is Pi or π （3.14、、、、、）, mathematical proportion of circular and three dimensional geometry.
- Three is sacred number for druids.
Origin of "Temple or Shrine" is from "Chimple" meaning round enclosure or circled spot.