Peace Symbol

  • Gorgeous true blue glass is made in Italy

  • Custom logo flip top cap is BPA-free, leak-proof and always ON the bottle.

  • Deeply sandblasted symbols etched in USA

  • Thick, break resistant glass is durable and reusable.

  • Water stays fresh and clean and more oxygenated.

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We have chosen to use this very well-known symbol of Peace to impart that energy to your water, which will then impart that energy to you. We can all benefit from the energy of Peace for ourselves and for our planet.  May We All Know Peace, and live in a state of harmony characterized by the lack of violence or conflict, and by the freedom from fear of violence. Peace is a state of tranquility and calm.  AAAAHHHHHHH…..take a deep breath and relax in the peaceful feeling this brings you.

To increase the frequency of your water and raise your overall vibration, fill your Blue Bottle Love bottle with pure spring water or the best water you have access to, and place in the sun for a minimum of one hour. Prepare to be transformed from the inside out!

Do you know about the origin of this popular symbol?  Here are some interesting notes about its history… 

The Peace symbol was created in England in1958 by Brisitish artist Gerald Holtom as a design for the Direct Action Committee Against Nuclear War (DAC). The circle with three lines inside, representing the simplified positions of the letters N and D in semaphore (the system of using flags to send information great distances, such as from ship to ship). The letters N and D were short for “nuclear disarmament.” (The N is formed by a person holding a flag in each hand and then pointing them toward the ground at a 45-degree angle. The D is formed by holding one flag straight down and one straight up.) 

Holtom finished his design on February 21, 1958, and it was first introduced to the public at a DAC march on April 4. The symbol quickly spread, becoming synonymous with nuclear disarmament when it became the emblem for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). In 1960, the symbol migrated to the United States and was popularized by the peace movement during and after the Vietnam War. Since then, the now familiar symbol has become internationally recognized, and activists still use it today.


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