Pagan~ Wiccan Pagan Lady of the Forest Bronze Figurine by Nemesis Now~ By Folio Gothic Hippy D1178D5

GTC3507. Pentagram Charger. Esoteric Pentagram Offering Plate(Charger) finished in Black & Silver.The pentagram was a significant symbol from ancient times, with the earliest signs being on Mesopotamian potsherds from around 3500 BC. It was used by the Hebrews, being ascribed to Truth and to the five books of the Pentateuch. It is sometimes called the Seal of Solomon (although the Star of David is more usually called this) - more on this below. It was a very important symbol to the followers of Pythagoras (586-506 BC) in ancient Greece - more on this below. Early Christians attributed the pentagram to the Five Wounds of Christ and from then until medieval times, it was a lesser-used Christian symbol. For example, the Emperor Constantine I, after gaining the help of the Christian church in his military and religious takeover of the Roman Empire in 312 AD, used the pentagram, together with the chi-rho symbol, in his seal and amulet. Prior to the time of the Inquisition, there were no 'evil' associations to the pentagram. In Medieval times, the 'Endless Knot' was a symbol of Truth and was a protection against demons. It was used as an amulet of personal protection and to guard windows and doors.
Pagan~ Wiccan Pagan Lady of the Forest Bronze Figurine by Nemesis Now~ By Folio Gothic Hippy D1178D5

Pagan Wiccan Lady of the Forest Bronze Figure
Wiccan Lady of the Forest Figure NEMESIS NOW

Carefully sourced and fairly traded by Folio Gothic Hippy and Nemesis Now, this figurine is made from bronze and is hand made to represent a lady of the forest, who has been gentle coloured with greens, lilacs and golds to give a touch of colour to the piece. Hand crafted by artists at Nemesis Now, this figure is stunning and a lovely addition to either a home or an alatar for yourself or as a gift.

Colour: As seen in picture
Size: 20cm

Weight: 0.8kg

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