Hypatia Day-10th Birthday Gift-Prizes

Arianrhod Wheel of the Year Goddess with Dylan and Lew
Her silver wheel transforms the heavens and fate.
Arianrhod is a goddess of challenge and transformation. Her name translates to the silver wheel, which we equate with the moon and stars and their cycles of change in the heavens.
Her twin sons Dylan and Llew that she mysteriously bore, were given considerable obstacles to overcome by their mother, who understood that attainment and status must be achieved by learning and effort.
She was thought to be the mistress of a great fortress by the sea. We associate her with silver, stars, wheels, and the spirals of infinity.
[Designed in partnership with Sacred Source. © 2007 Maxine Miller]
10 ¾” resin statue, antique bronze color finish.  Back to The Hypatia Society page

Moon Goddess and Horned God Altar Set
The ancient Stag-Horned God is a classic image of the masculine divine power on earth. Our statue is designed in the form of a herm, which in ancient times was a sacred object of stone. Over the course of time the sacred herm stone gradually evolved into the form of a god or goddess. This herm of the stag-horned god captures his rustic character and honors the ancestor connection to this ancient pagan god-form. The base of the stag-horned god statue features the words “I evoke the bright blessed day.”
The Crescent-Crowned Goddess is a classic image of the feminine divine power on earth. Our statue is designed in the form of a herm, which in ancient times was a sacred object of stone. Over the course of time the sacred herm stone gradually evolved into the form of a god or goddess. This herm of the crescent-crowned goddess captures her rustic character and honors the ancestor connection to this ancient pagan goddess-form. The base of the Crescent-Crowned Goddess statue features the words “I evoke the dark sacred night.”
Measurements: Horned God 13-1/2″ in Height Moon Goddess 12″ in Height. Cast resin with dark wood finish. Designed by Artist Maxine Miller. ©celticjackalope Excerpted copy from the web site of Artist Maxine Miller.   Back to The Hypatia Society page

Cast Iron Pentacle Cauldron
Three-footed heavy cast iron with pentacle on front and back, separate lid and attached metal handle. 7″ tall and about 7″ diameter.   Back to The Hypatia Society page

Metal Singing Bowl
3″ high and 5.5″ diameter with wood mallet.   Back to The Hypatia Society page

Carved Wood Pentacle Plaque
9″ diameter and 1/2″ thick, carved wood painted black and gold.   Back to The Hypatia Society page

Dragon Pendant and Oil
Faux-rose gold metal layered pendant on silver chain, with Astral Sea Dragon Song Fragrance Oil.   Back to The Hypatia Society page

Large Celtic Pattern Altar Cloth
100% cotton altar cloth or spread, black Celtic pattern, pentacle in center, with purple and rose overdye, 113″ x 68.”   Back to The Hypatia Society page

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