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Scott Cunningham
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    Wiccan, Pagan, Celtic God and Goddess Statues


The Celtic Goddess of Herbs and Heirlooms
CERIDWEN
Mother of Grain and Inspiration

Ceridwen is a great earth goddess associated with the eternal cycle of life, death, and rebirth. We worship her at harvest time. She tends her cauldron of wisdom and inspiration. Her totem animal is the white sow and she is a shapeshifter, able to be seen as a greyhound, an otter, a hawk, and a black hen. She was mother to the great Celtic bard Taliesin. Her herbal potions bring forth initiation and transformation, just as tiny grains become vast fields of wheat that then transform into the bread of sustenance.

(Author's note:) The bread of sustenance then was made into beer.


Triple Goddess
The Triple Goddess represents the divine feminine's connection to the cycles of nature. The Maiden is the spring, sowing seeds, new beginnings, and the waxing crescent moon. The Mother is the bounty of the earth, summer, fruition, first harvest, and the full moon. The Crone is the end of the growth cycle when the leaves turn, final harvest, the sleeping earth in winter, and the waning crescent moon. All three Goddess archetypes are known individually, but when the three aspects come together in the triple form their power multiplies, reminding us of the beauty of all the parts of life and the cycles of the earth. 11 1/4" cold cast bronze statue.
$212.95
Brigid
The Celtic Goddess Brigid is beloved as the muse of poetic inspiration and the mistress of the healing arts. She is also associated with smithcraft, which held special import for the early Celts. 11" cold cast bronze statue.
$212.95
Morrigan
Great Phantom Queen
Warrior, prophet, shapeshifter. The Morrigan is a goddess of destruction and fury, a true warrior spirit. She uses her sexual power to manipulate and inspire fear in her enemies, and reveled in her lust for blood. She is also a prophet and a shapeshifter, sometimes associated with ravens or other flesh-eating birds of prey. 13" cold cast bronze statue.
$127.95
Spiral Goddess
This delicate Spiral Goddess was designed by sculptor Abby Willowroot in conjunction with the Goddess 2000 Project, whose simple goal is to place a Goddess Shrine on every block in every city on Earth. Spiral-force or serpent force is the Goddess energy. From deepest Prehistory onwards, the spiral was associated with horns and snakes, and symbolized dynamism, fertility and the vital magic of life. Profusions of spirals decorate ancient temples in Ireland, Malta and Mycenea, as well as countless pictographic monuments throughout the world. Here the Goddess raises her arms, invoking the spiral-power within Her. On the reverse, her arms are joined in the "drawing down the moon" gesture. A leafless tree represents the Goddess rooted in the Earth, swelling toward regeneration while bathed in the glow of waxing, full, and waning moons. 7 3/4" cold cast bronze.
$45.95
Spiral Lord
This potent deity opens the hearts of men to the inner wellspring of their true emotions. Many men have been separated too long from their feelings, from the powers of nurturance and healing they each possess. The Spiral God represents reclaiming all of who you are as a man. He is the balanced, positive, dynamic energy that resides in all males, waiting to be fully revealed. Incised on the reverse, a flowing tree and moon provide private ritual space for growth, meditation and vision. 8 3/4" cold cast bronze.
$45.95


Brigid
The Celtic Goddess Brigid is beloved as the muse of poetic inspiration and the mistress of the healing arts. She is also associated with smithcraft, which held special import for the early Celts. The site of her well still exists in Ireland, and its eternal flame is still quietly attended by eighteen maidens. The Catholic Church made her a saint due to her fervent worshippers, who accepted Christ, but could not endorse a religion that excluded her. 10 1/2" resin statue, wood color finish.
$109.95
Medb
Power, pleasure, Honey wine. Queen of the Fairies. Medb is a goddess to be reckoned with. Her name translates to "she who intoxicates". Indeed, she is reknowned for her prodigious appetites for sex, power, and drink. Honey wine, or mead, is named for her. A great warrior queen, she coveted the famous brown bull of Ulster. She schemed and wreaked havoc until he was hers, not to be denied her desires. She embodies obsession, addiction, bloodlust and battle. She is thought to be the progenitor of Maab, the English queen of the fairies. 11" resin statue, red black color finish
$109.95
Ceridwen
Great earth goddess associated with the eternal cycle of life, death, and rebirth, worshiped at harvest time. She tends her cauldron of wisdom and inspiration. Her totem animal is the white sow and she is a shapeshifter, able to become a greyhound, an otter, a hawk, and a black hen. She was mother to the great Celtic bard Taliesin. Her herbal potions bring forth initiation and transformation, just as tiny grains become vast fields of wheat that then transform into the bread that sustains life. 7 3/4" resin statue, wood color finish.
$109.95
Triple Goddess
The Triple Goddess represents the divine feminine's connection to the cycles of nature. The Maiden is the spring, sowing seeds, new beginnings, and the waxing crescent moon. The Mother is the bounty of the earth, summer, fruition, first harvest, and the full moon. The Crone is the end of the growth cycle when the leaves turn, final harvest, the sleeping earth in winter, and the waning crescent moon. All three Goddess archetypes are known individually, but when the three aspects come together in the triple form their power multiplies, reminding us of the beauty of all the parts of life and the cycles of the earth. 11 1/4" resin statue, wood color finish.
$109.95
Triple Goddess Plaque
The seasons of a woman`s life - Maiden, surrounded by spring flowers, doves and hare; Mother, rooted in the life-giving oak tree; and Crone, in the winter wood with the wise owl, raven, and serpent. All are watched over by the changing phases of the moon in this abundantly detailed plaque. 11 " wood finish resin plaque with hook.
$64.95
Morrigan
Morrigan is the Celtic Goddess of Destruction/Creation. This image depicts the Irish triple goddess: Ana, the fertility maiden; Badb ("bave"), the boiling mother cauldron, producer of life; and Macha, the death-crone symbolized by the carrion-devouring raven. Oral tradition says the Celtic dying god Cu Chulainn was met by the beautiful chariot-mounted goddess with red eyes and cloak. She cursed him to death that his blood might fertilize the earth, then transformed herself into Badb Catha, the Raven of Battle who induces panic in warriors. Morrigan evolved into Morgana Le Fay, sorceress of Arthurian legend. 7 1/4" resin statue, black gold color finish.
$32.95
Kerridwen
Goddess of herbal wisdom and prosperity. Kerridwin is the Welsh Triple Goddess. Her cauldron was the Celtic symbol for prosperity and rebirth, and she herself is the Mother Goddess, famous for nurturing her children. Her totem animal, the white sow (a symbol of death), represents the moon as well as Kerridwin's crone/transformatrix aspect. The great bard Taliesin (often thought to be Merlin), born of the goddess according to a favorite Celtic regeneration myth, attributed his magic talents to her. She can be equated with Greek Demeter, Anatolian Diana of Ephesus, and Kali, all goddesses who both give and take away. 8 1/2" gypsumstone statue, blue verdigris color finish.
$44.95
Lugh
Celtic Sun God. Lord of Every Skill. Lugh and his nature goddess consort were worshiped during Lugnasad, a 30-day midsummer feast held in Ireland, to ensure ripening of the crops. Called Lamfhada, or "of the long arm" in Gaelic because of his great spear and sling, Lugh's animal totems were the raven and the lynx. 8 1/4" resin statue, green verdigris color finish.
$32.95
Death and Rebirth
Greenman
This Lord of the Woods stands eternal, a Green Man holding the Sacred Snake of death and rebirth. In him are combined the oak, the forests, the fields, and the harvest. His sacred cycles are the forces of wild nature and male generative power. In our rituals, we call on him as Jack of the Green, the Forest God, Lord Silenus, or Mighty Pan. He is the universal male principle and divinity in Nature. 8 1/2" gypsumstone statue with antique pewter finish with black painted snake.
$33.95
Greenman
This seated Green Man represents the wisdom of primitive nature, the current of male creativity. Strong, organic, centered, here is depicted the energy of masculine healing and awareness. His power is tempered with understanding, the balance of wildness and compassion that comprises the healthy male heart. The mighty oak is especially sacred to this original Druid (a Celtic title meaning "oak knowledge, or "magician of Nature"). An abundance of life springs from Him. 7" gypsumstone statue, green verdigris color finish.
$32.95
Kernunnos
Here is the youthful face of Kernunnos, God of the wild wood, guardian of all living things. Reproduced from the famous Gundestrup Cauldron. The Celtic Father of Animals with his companion Stag and Boar, is an archetype of mature masculine energy in balance with the natural world. Taken from the Gundestrup cauldron, this image shows the forest god in his typical yogic pose of meditative entrancement with nature. Around his neck Kernunnos wears the torc, commemorating his sacred marriage as husbandman to Mother Earth; with his right hand he bestows upon viewers a torc of initiation. Held under control in his intuitive left hand is the ram-headed serpent connoting male sexual power and vitality. This rich calm image is ideal for modern males seeking to rebalance away from dominator conditioning. 4" resin statue, green verdigris color finish.
$27.95
Labyrinth Goddess
The path to enlightenment. One side depicts the oldest known maze design. The other side shows three forms of the goddess--trees frame voluptuous hills beneath the full moon. Both images invite either delving inward in meditation or expanding consciousness outward to embrace all creation. Pentacle Goddess, Labyrinth Goddess and Spiral Goddess together combine to create the ultimate Maiden, Mother, Crone triple Goddess set. 7 3/4" resin statue, white antique stone color finish.
$32.95
White Mini Spiral Goddess
This delicate Spiral Goddess was designed by sculptor Abby Willowroot in conjunction with the Goddess 2000 Project, whose simple goal is to place a Goddess Shrine on every block in every city on Earth. Spiral-force or serpent force is the Goddess energy. From deepest Prehistory onwards, the spiral was associated with horns and snakes, and symbolized dynamism, fertility and the vital magic of life. Profusions of spirals decorate ancient temples in Ireland, Malta and Mycenea, as well as countless pictographic monuments throughout the world. Here the Goddess raises her arms, invoking the spiral-power within Her. On the reverse, her arms are joined in the "drawing down the moon" gesture. A leafless tree represents the Goddess rooted in the Earth, swelling toward regeneration while bathed in the glow of waxing, full, and waning moons. 3 1/2" resin statue, white antique stone color finish.
$11.95
Black Mini Spiral Goddess
The Goddess who keeps light and dark in balance. As surely as night follows day and as surely as the seasons turn, each life spirals through its seasons of darkness. Wise Black Spiral Goddess reminds us that our dark, quiet, barren periods are meant to be times of reflection, introspection and deep spiritual growth. As the seed rests in the dark earth before sprouting into the warm sunshine and quenching rains, so must we pass through the cave of the crone on our path to the joyful dawning of new enlightenment. " resin statue, black antique stone color finish.
$11.95
Black Mini Spiral Lord
The God of the underworld embodies life, poised at the moment of beginning. Even in the dark of night we have the promise that a new day will dawn. And also in the darkness the earth in the rich black soil, encased in a hard dark seed coat, seeming lifeless, exists all the energy of new life. The fallow period of our natural seasons assured the ancients that the cycles of our lives also continue on. The Underworld God was feared but not fearsome. When he found love and his queen, together they offer us the crucial, hidden element of the spiral, the time when the soul rests and prepares to be reborn, to return to the cycles of life. He is the intimate blackness of deep earth, the expansive darkness of the infinite Universe, and the mysterious darkness of magick and possibility. 3 1/2" resin statue, black antique stone color finish.
$11.95
Sheela-Na-Gig Plaque
Her form is carved on ancient churches throughout Ireland, believed to ward off evil. This Celtic archetype of the Great Mother appeared in folk and church art by at least 1080 CE, but undoubtedly is of much earlier origin. She may be identical with the war goddess Morrigan, consort to the Dagda. One of her images is found near the ancient goddess shrine of Avebury, where she symbolized fertility; displaying her sexual parts was believed to ward off evil. Carvings of Sheela-na-Gigs may have accompanied the seasonal harvest custom of weaving corn dollies which dates from North European antiquity. 4 1/2" gypsumstone plaque, red bronze color finish.
$25.95


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