The triple goddess features in many neo-pagan belief systems, being tied to the cycles of life; maiden, mother, crone, which is also inextricably linked with the cycles of the moon. Ancient triple deities were seen to represent the mysterious nature of the cosmos, expressing and ruling over more mystical aspects and truths of life, rather than the mundane and practical ruled over by the deities connected to geographical locations.
The Maiden aspect is one of new beginnings, youth, joy, pleasures and honours the waxing moon, a time to plan and set intentions.
The Mother aspect is one of fertility, abundance, motherhood, creation and life itself. A time of the full moon, where we begin to achieve from our intentions set during the waxing moon.
The Crone aspect is one of knowledge, endings, compassion and endings, linking with the waning and dark aspect of the moon phase. Opportunities for giving thanks and winding down and letting go. Opportunity for self care and relaxation.
The Pentacle itself honours the mysteries and elements of life, from which if they did not exist..neither would we. Earth, Fire, Water, Air & Aether/Spirit/Goddess/Universe, held together within a circle to represent the tying together of all things.
There are many triple goddesses based in Celtic cultures such as Brighid, Morrigan, Danu as well as some from Egyptian culture (Hathor), and the Hindi Tridevi. Each triple goddess represents differing actions, traits or skills.
Honour the sacred cycles of the moon with this Triple Goddess Idol, rising from a round base, this faceless figure symbolises the eternal feminine. An outline of a tree rising up to her wide hips, and held aloft above her head she holds a triple moon and pentacle. On the reverse side of the idol is a sacred spiral. Made from high quality cast resin and painted in a bronze finish, this piece would feel truly at peach on your pagan altar, sacred space or Wiccan home.
Measures approximately 20cm tall.
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