Turtles All the Way Down Necklace
William S. Burroughs believed in turtles on turtles on turtles-"Turtles all the way down."
"Turtles all the way down" is an expression of the infinite regress problem in cosmology posed by the "unmoved mover" paradox. The metaphor in the anecdote represents a popular notion of the model that Earth is actually flat and is supported on the back of a World Turtle, which itself is propped up by a column of turtles. Questioning what the final turtle might be standing on, the anecdote humorously concludes that it is "turtles all the way down".
This may be hearts on hearts on hearts-hearts all the way down-but I feel the importance of you owning it is in no way lessened by this fact!