MEANING: In the Celtic culture, the Tree of Life (Crann Bethadh in Gaelic) symbolizes strength, longevity and wisdom. It depicts the connections between Earth, the Spirit World and the Universe.
In Norse mythology, Yggdrasil ("The Terrible One's Horse"), also called the World Tree, is the giant ash tree that links and shelters all the worlds. Beneath the three roots the realms of Asgard, Jotunheim, and Niflheim are located. Three wells lie at its base: the Well of Wisdom (Mímisbrunnr), guarded by Mimir; the Well of Fate (Urdarbrunnr), guarded by the Norns; and the Hvergelmir (Roaring Kettle), the source of many rivers.
The Tree of Life also symbolizes the Cycle of Life (Birth, Death and Rebirth) and the Endurance of Time.
This is a new variation Coop has created with the roots and canopy reflecting one another for a symmetrical knot.