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$25.00US Pewter w/ 36" cord. Brigit, the great triple Goddess of the Irish Celts known as
Brigantia in England, Bride in Scotland and Brigandu in Celtic
France. Brigit is identified with the Earth herself and with
the soil of fertility. A deity so intensely related to the
feminine force that no man was allowed to pass beyond the
hedge surrounding her sanctuary. actual size 1 1/8" diameter.
Comes on an adjustable black cord.
Artemis Moon Goddess
$22.00US Pewter w/ 36" cord. "I am Artemis, daughter of
Zeus. I am Strong and swift. I run in the woods, wild and
free, doing what I please. I am the ever-youthful female
spirit of adventure; young and old, no challenge is too great
for me! I am the protectress for all women and of the virgin
girls. I am called upon to ease the pain of childbirth. I am
the Goddess of the Moon and Goddess of the Hunt. actual size 1 1/4" w x 1
1/2" h. Comes on an adjustable black cord.
w/ 36" cord. The septagram, or Faery Star, is also used instead of, or with the
Pentagram, by many Faery and Celtic-based traditions. The seven points represent
the Sun, the Forest, the Sea, Magick, the Moon, the Wind, and Spirit. actual size 1". Comes on an
adjustable black cord.