Ceramic Three Moons Goddess 191g

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Ceramic Three Moons Goddess 191g

This beautiful Ceramic Three Moons Goddess can be used as a display piece in your studio or on your altar!

This beautiful ceramic three moons goddess piece has a double-sided design, so can be used as a display from either side!

Paint, decorate or customize your piece to your own individual style!

Pottery is made by forming a ceramic (often clay) body into objects of the desired shape and heating them to high temperatures (600-1600 °C) in a bonfire, pit or kiln and induces reactions that lead to permanent changes including increasing the strength and rigidity of the object.

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Ceramic Three Moons Goddess 191g

This beautiful piece has a double-sided design, so can be used as a display from either side!

Paint, decorate or customize your piece to your own individual style! Ceramic Three Moons Goddess.

Pottery is made by forming a ceramic (often clay) body into objects of the desired shape and heating them to high temperatures (600-1600 °C) in a bonfire, pit or kiln and induces reactions that lead to permanent changes including increasing the strength and rigidity of the object.

A Goddess is a female deity.

Goddesses have been linked with virtues such as beauty, love, sexuality, motherhood, creativity, and fertility (exemplified by the ancient mother-goddess cult).

In some faiths, a sacred female figure holds a central place in religious prayer and worship.

Something you may not have heard before is the belief that humans are actually made from stars.

From a purely scientific viewpoint, humans are made up of all of the elements that were created by a star (or specifically, a supernova).

Another important symbolism present in the Spiral Goddess is the way her hands are held above her head.

It’s poignant imagery that comes in contrast to the usual depiction of women holding their hands clasped down in front in order to conceal their lady parts.

This time, the Goddess allows herself to be fully exposed, to symbolize feminine power and the reclamation of everything powerful about her.

Stars are symbolic of divinity with a belief being that the countless stars we see in the distance are fallen angels cast out from heaven.

For this reason, stars can often be seen referenced as divine light.

Stars are also seen as a symbol of hope and many different forms.

The most notable of which is the good fortune you are said to receive when seeing a shooting star.

This has led to the common act of making a wish upon a shooting star.

The five points represent earth, wind, fire, water, and spirit.

The Triple Moon Symbol is a popular pagan and Wiccan symbol used to represent the Goddess.

It shows different portions of the lunar cycle, with the moon in three phases – waxing, full and waning.

First, there is a crescent moon that is in a growing/waxing phase. In the centre comes a circle representing the full moon, and finally, there is a crescent denoting the diminishing/waning moon.

Spiritual and religious symbols contain meanings that delve into the deeper reality.

The same goes for the Triple Moon Symbol, which is considered representative of all aspects of the divine feminine power – intuition or psychic insight; creative energy; and wisdom & mystery.

It indicates the three life stages of a woman.

The waxing moon stands for the Maiden and symbolizes purity, youth, new life, beginnings, rejuvenation, excitement, enchantment, and expansion.

The full moon represents the Mother and represents fulfilment, fertility, ripeness, potency, compassion, giving, caring, nurturing, protection and power.

The waxing moon represents the Crone and stands for repose, maturity, wisdom, experience, knowledge, understanding, completion, death and rebirth.

In its entirety, the symbol is believed to signify the eternal cycle of birth, life, and rebirth.

Also called the Triple Goddess symbol, the Triple Moon icon is commonly seen on the crowns or headpieces worn by the High Priestesses.

Additional information

Weight 191 g
Dimensions 5.2 × 5 × 21 cm

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