Serch Bythol, a symbol of undying love, is not as well known as the Claddagh, but no less significant. It is formed by two triskeles. Triskeles are a triangular Celtic knot symbolizing life everlasting. Placed side by side, they create an endless, graceful flow of lines. The three points of the triskele can represent the three aspects of man – body, mind, and spirit. Two triskeles together in Serch Bythol becomes two bodies, two minds, and two spirits acting as one.