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Celtic Statues


Cerridwen
Mother of Grain and Inspiration

Cerridwen 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. [ 2007 Maxine Miller]

SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION PRODUCTION. A limited number of these special material statues will be produced. 8" cold cast bronze statue
$225.95
Kerridwen Statue 9
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 corpse-connected white sow, 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.

Green/bronze-colored Gypsum stone statue.
$54.95
Cerridwen Plaque 9
Ceridwen, the Celtic goddess of knowledge and creativity, stirs a potent magic in her bottomless cauldron. A primal force of shadow and light, her magic draught bestows inspiration upon all who seek their muse. [ 2006 Maxine Miller]

9" wood finish resin plaque with hook.
$79.95
Cerridwen Statues 8.5
Mother of Grain and Inspiration

Cerridwen 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. [ 2007 Maxine Miller]

8.5" brown black resin statue
$159.95
Spellweaver 7.5
The Full Moon rises and brings radiant quiet power to the Great Witch, the female shaman who mediates between the Goddess and humanity. She raises her broom in joy and victory. Magic is her domain and she uses it wisely, harming none and doing as she wills. On reverse, the Witch contemplates and invokes her Sacred Cauldron while chanting strength to power. She is the daughter of Brigid, Cerridwen, Hecate, Kali and all the Goddesses of sacred transformation.

[image copyright 1999, Abby Willowroot] Hand painted Gypsumstone statue.
$42.95


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