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 Celtic Goddess and God Statues

Beautiful Celtic Statues for your altar or your home!

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Celtic Goddess Morrigan Bust WU75714A4 by Pagan Artist Neil Sims

Resin in bronze finish

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6 7/8"

$39.99

 

Celtic Goddess Danu Bust by Pagan Artist Neil Sims

WU75713A4

Resin in bronze finish

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11"

$59.99

 

Celtic God Cernunnos Bust WU75712A4 by Pagan Artist Neil Sims

Resin in bronze finish

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13"

$79.99

 

Celtic God Cernunnos Statue WU75711A4 by Pagan Artist Neil Sims

Resin in bronze finish

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11 1/4"

$49.99

Herne Wall Plaque WU75041A4

Resin in bronze finish

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11 5/8"

$59.99

 

Herne The Hunter Statue WU74842A4

(H) 10 3/4

Resin in bronze finish

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$49.99

 

Herne The Hunter Statue 9571

(H) 11 1/4

Resin in bronze finish

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$49.99

 

Herne The Hunter Statue 8899

(H)10"

Resin in bronze finish

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$49.99

 

Ostara -Anglo-Saxon Goddess of Spring WU75675A4

Resin in bronze finish

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10 3/8"

$39.99

 

 

 

Brigit Candle Statue 11 1/2" By Mickie Mueller

Goddess in the form of a lovely young Gaelic woman in Celtic garb gazing confidently into the living flame cupped in her hand. Symbols of her mastery surround her: broom for cleansing and magic; cradle for childbirth and childcare; pail of well water for flowing waters; anvil, hammer and tongs for smith work; and scroll with quill pen for poetry and history. Behind her, a hearth designed to hold 3 candles will bathe her in a golden glow. (We recommend using votive holders for ease of cleaning, or battery tea lights for fire safety.)
[@ Mickie Mueller] 11½” resin statue wood color finish
#BCS

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$108.99

 

 

Celtic Goddess Hekate Hecate Statue by Maxine Miller resin Bone Finish

Beautifully detailed statue of the Goddess Hecate – goddess of the three paths, goddess of witchcraft, guardian of the household, protector of the newly born.

Here she is depicted standing on a crossroads with her torch and birthing knife and 2 Greyhound Companions. Very rich in detail and symbolism.

This statue measures this statue measures 13″ from torch tip to base X 4″ Width in the middle. The goddess stands about 11″ from head to toe.

Hecate, a divinity of the Underworld and companion of Persephone, is called the queen of night and the goddess of the cross-roads; her three faces are turned towards as many directions, and her name was shrieked at night at the cross-roads of cities. She is often seen bearing torches, and it is with them that she killed Clytius in the course of the Gigantomachy. Hecate is regarded as supreme, both in Heaven and in the Underworld, and it is said that Zeus calls upon her whenever any man on earth offers sacrifices, and prays for favour.

On becoming the ruler of the universe, Zeus did not deprive Hecate of the privileges—concerning earth, heaven and sea—that were her share when the TITANS ruled the world before him, but she keeps them just as the division was in the beginning.

This goddess, a night-wanderer, is credited with wit-depriving spells, reminding those of Pan or the CORYBANTES, but also with power: It is Hecate, some believe, who bestows wealth and grants advances to those whose prayers she receives favourably. Similarly, the outcome of war and victory in games may depend on her, who grants glory to whom she pleases. And to those who work at sea, she gives great catch or takes it away, if that is her will; likewise, concerning herds, she increases their number from a few, or reduces it to be less, following her own will. Hecate, who is regarded as nurse and overseer of the young, is also said to have a part in judgements, when these take place; and in assemblies, she distinguishes whom she will.

Maxine Miller Hekate In Bone Finish Statue $79.99

 

Maxine Miller Hecate Statue In bronze Finish, $129.99

 

 

Large Baphomet Statue made of Cold Cast Bronze. Designed by Maxine Miller.

Measures 15″ X 8″

Inspired by the famous line drawing by Eliphas Levi, the great French magus of the 19th century which was composed as the frontispiece to second section of his masterwork “The Ritual and Dogma of High Magic”. Levi devised this picture, which synthesizes many elements and symbols from a variety of religious and magickal traditions to illustrate the concept of “astral light, the great magical agent,” the medium through which all seeming miracles are performed.

Because this drawing was originally intended to be correctly understood by only initiates of the Mystery Traditions, in more recent times it has been greatly misunderstood, maligned and sometimes abused by the ignorant and those who are unable to perceive its true meaning. Levi alternately titled this drawing “The Sabbatic Goat” (in reference to rites once held in honor of the divine goat of Mendes in ancient Egypt). It is also “Baphomet of the Templars” ( the order of the Knights Templar, the forerunners of modern Freemasonry). Ceremonial magicians and Witches have often recognized this symbol as one of the many representations of the Horned God, although this figure is never worshiped.

To quote Levi, “Baphomet is not a God: he is the sign of initiation. He is also the hieroglyphic figure of the great divine TETRAGRAMMATON … he is a hold-over from the cherubs of the ark and the holy of holies … he is the guardian of the key to the temple … the goat which is represented in our frontispiece bears upon it’s forehead the sign of the pentagram with one point in the ascendant, which is sufficient to distinguish it as a symbol of light … between his horns he carries the torch of life, and the living soul of this torch is God … it is also the type of the soul exalted above matter, even while cleaving to matter, as the flame cleaves to the torch.”

93 . Crowley . OTO . Ordo Templi Orientis

Cold Cast Bronze Finish\Please allow 7-10 days for shipping

Large Baphomet Statue made of Cold Cast Bronze. Designed by Maxine Miller.

$199.99

 

Large Baphomet Statue In Black Green Resin by Maxine Miller

Cold Cast Bronze Finish\Please allow 7-10 days for shipping

$89.99

 

9926 Baphomet Statue

5 1/2" x 3 1/4" x 9 1/2"

Cold Cast Bronze Finish\Please allow 7-10 days for shipping

$49.99

 

 

 

 

Celtic Mother Goddess Brigid Statue

Exquisite 11"statue of the Celtic Goddess 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 it's 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.

Designed by Artist, Maxine Miller.

In Bronze $199.99, In wood finish resin $99.99

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Goddess Danu Statue by Celtic Artist Maxine Miller

Flowing Mother of Abundance

 

Danu is thought to be the great mother of the race of the Tuatha De Danaan, the ancient tribe of the Celtic people. She is the great goddess of flowing rivers and the life force that they bring to the earth. She is associated with agriculture, cultivation, and the nurturing of the land. She represents the cycle of life, death, and rebirth, as demonstrated by the plants of the natural world, just as the humble acorn buried in the ground becomes the mighty sacred oak tree.

 

 [© 2007 Maxine Miller] 9 ¾" green bronze color resin statue

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$89.00

 

Goddess Danu Statue by Celtic Artist Maxine Miller in Bronze Finish

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$110

 

 

Celtic Goddess Maeve Statue By Maxine Miller

This an exquisite 10 ¾" red black resin statue of the Celtic Goddess Maeve (Medb), the sexy intoxicating queen.

Designed by reknowned Celtic Artist, Maxine Miller.

Maeve is a goddess to be reckoned with. Her name translates to "she who intoxicates". Indeed, she was reknown 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.

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  $89.00

 

Maeve Statue in Bronze Finish By Maxine Miller

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$192.00

 

 

  Cerridwen Statue By Maxine Miller

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. [© 2007 Maxine Miller]

8 ½" brown black resin statue

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  $99.00

 

Cerridwen Statue By Maxine Miller in Bronze Finish

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$165

 

 

Cerridwen Plaque By Maxine Miller


Cerridwen, 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.

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  $49.00

 

 

Arianrhod Statue By Maxine Miller
Overcome Challenge and Transformation Arianrhod is a goddess of challenge and transformation. Her name translates to the silver wheel, which we equate with the moon and stars and their cycles of change in the heavens. The twin sons Dylan and Llew that she mysteriously bore, were given considerable obstacles to overcome by their mother, who understood that attainment and status must be achieved by learning and effort. She was thought to be the mistress of a great fortress by the sea. We associate her with silver, stars, wheels, and the spirals of infinity. [© 2007 Maxine Miller]
 
10 3/4" tall

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  $99.00

 

Arianrhod Statue By Maxine Miller in Bronze Finish

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$189

Back Ordered Until Late November 2014

 

The Morrigan Statue By Maxine Miller

Great Phantom Queen The Morrigan is a goddess of destruction and fury, a true warrior spirit. She used her sexual power to manipulate and inspire fear in her enemies, and reveled in her lust for blood. She was also a prophet and a shapeshifter, sometimes associated with ravens or other flesh-eating birds of prey. Worship her at Samhain, the festival of death and the descent into the dark half of the year. [© 2007 Maxine Miller

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13" tall

 

$79.00

 

The Morrigan Statue By Maxine Miller in Bronze Finish

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$110

 



THE CRESCENT CROWNED MOON GODDESS STATUE  By Maxine Miller

The Crescent-Crowned Goddess is a classic image of the feminine divine power on earth. Our statue is designed in the form of a herm, which in ancient times was a sacred object of stone. Over the course of time the sacred herm stone gradually evolved into the form of a god or goddess. This herm of the crescent-crowned goddess captures her rustic character and honors the ancestor connection to this ancient pagan goddess-form. The base of the Crescent-Crowned Goddess statue features the words “I evoke the dark sacred night.” This denotes the lunar nature of the goddess, which is at the core of many feminine deities of pre-Christian European paganism. This primal and rooted nature makes our statue the perfect choice to use as a representation of your venerated goddess or personal patroness. The crescent-crowned goddess concept is featured prominently in pagan religion. Such deities are linked to nature religion themes as well as to Celestial and Underworld natures.

The power of the lunar symbolism transfers an astronomical nature to the Crescent-Crowned Goddess, and as such is a powerful primal image to convey with our unique statue The Moon Goddess is known to many cultures by many names including: Annit, Arianrod, Artemis, Artimpaasa, Athenesic, Auchimalgen, Britomartis, Candi, Caotlicue, Chang-o, Dae-Soon, Diana, Europa, Gnatoo, Gwaten, Hanwi, Hecate, Hina, Ishtar, Isis, Ix, Juno, Lalal, Luna, Mah, Mama Quilla, Mawa, Metztli Pandia, Pheraia, Rabie, Ri, Sardarnuna, Selene, Teczistecatal, Titania, Yellow Woman,Yemanja, Yohuatliceti, Yolkai Estsan, Zarpandit, Zirna These statues are ideal for your altar, shrine, or a unique piece of statuary for the home. They are part of The Crossroads Collection, a line of products based upon the oracle decks The Well Worn Path and The Hidden Path created by authors Raven Grimassi and Stephanie Taylor (originally illustrated by artist Mickie Mueller) in union with artist Maxine Miller's artistic vision to bring these images to life.

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$69.99

THE HORNED GOD STATUE  By Maxine Miller

The ancient Stag-Horned God is a classic image of the masculine divine power on earth. Our statue is designed in the form of a herm, which in ancient times was a sacred object of stone. Over the course of time the sacred herm stone gradually evolved into the form of a god or goddess. This herm of the stag-horned god captures his rustic character and honors the ancestor connection to this ancient pagan god-form. The base of the stag-horned god statue features the words “I evoke the bright blessed day.” This denotes the solar nature of the god, which is at the core of many masculine deities of pre-Christian European paganism. This primal and rooted nature makes our statue the perfect choice to use as a representation of your venerated god or personal patron.

The horned-god concept is featured prominently in pagan religion. Such deities are linked to nature religion themes as well as to Chthonic or Underworld natures. The power of the stag transfers a warrior nature to the stag-horned god, and as such is a powerful primal image to convey with our unique statue. The Horned God is known to many cultures by many names including: Cernunnos, Herne, Pashupati, Pan, Puck, Pachacamac, Lord of the Winter, Hu Gadarn, and Belatucadros and many others.

13-1/2"

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Thanks, Ward, for the picture!!!

$69.99

 

 

Horned God and Moon Goddess  Altar Set

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$135.99

 

 

 Elemental Celtic Cross Wood Finish Plaque By Maxine Miller

11 1/2" The four arms of the elemental cross reach to the four seasons, the circle encompassing all in its celestial arc. A wealth of detail shows a variety of motifs for the seasons-plants, animals and weather. The circle shows the waxing and waning of the moon. $48

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Cernunnos  Resin Celtic Plaque: Father of Animals

15",  Cernunnos, the essence of the masculine aspect in the balance of Nature. The antlered god sits in a lush woodland setting, surrounded by symbols of fertility, power and masculinity - stag, bull, snake.

The torc around his neck symbolizes his sacred role as husbandman to Mother Earth; with his right hand he bestows a torc of initiation. A ram-headed serpent, connoting male sexual power and vitality, is held under control in his left hand. [© 2006 Maxine Miller]

In wood, bronze or stone color finish $48

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Mother Maiden Crone Triple Goddess Plaque

14 1/2" Triple Goddess wood finish resin plaque of Maiden Mother Crone.

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. [© 2006 Maxine Miller] $49.99

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9852 Bronze Maiden Statue- Triple Goddess

H: 6 1/4"

Cold Cast Resin Bronze Finish

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$34.99

 

9853 Bronze Mother Statue- Triple Goddess

H: 6 1/4"

Cold Cast Resin Bronze Finish

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$34.99

 

 

 

9854 Bronze Crone Statue- Triple Goddess

H: 6 1/4"

Cold Cast Resin Bronze Finish

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$34.99

 

"Wheel of the Year" Wall Plaque By Maxine Miller

Pagan/Wiccan "Wheel of the Year" Wall Plaque with wood finish or in cold cast bronze. Exquisitely crafted Wheel of the Year Plaque 12" in Diameter. Plaque has 8 different hangers on the back so you can change with the seasons! This beautiful Wheel of the Year plaque displays the eight festival days of Paganism, Wicca, and Witchcraft.

The symbolism of the “turn of the Wheel” is represented by the bounty of Nature's growth and harvest through the seasons of the year. A unique feature of this piece is a circle of eight hooks on the back that allows the plaque to be “turned” with the changing of the Season allowing it to appear on top of the Wheel of the Year.

Honor each of Nature's seasons with this unique Wheel of the Year plaque in your home or personal sacred space. This Plaque was artistically inspired by the card of the same name from The Well Worn Path and is part of The Crossroads Collection, a line of products based upon the oracle decks The Well Worn Path and The Hidden Path created by authors Raven Grimassi and Stephanie Taylor (originally illustrated by artist Mickie
Mueller) in union with artist Maxine Miller's artistic vision to bring this image to life 

Please allow 7-10 days for shipping

$49.99 in resin, $89.99 in bronze

Bronze Finish is Backordered

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Triskelle Celtic Triple Goddess Wooden Finished Wall Plaque By Maxine Miller

Beautifully detailed Triskelle Celtic Triple Goddess Wall Plaque by Maxine Miller.

The Detail of this piece is amazing! Triple goddess Maiden, Mother and Crone Imagery with Triquetra and other celtic symbolism; the arms of the Triskelion are serpents, the outer circle is adorned with Birds, Salmon and Hounds.

Piece measures 12" X 12".

The triskelle has been used since ancient times in Celtic culture to symbolize the cycle of life. It has also been a symbol for the trinity since post-pagan times and medieval times in Scotland, Ireland and parts of England and Wales. As with many of the pagan myths and stories that changed during this time period so did the pagan symbols that were once part of the culture in an effort to convert the entirety of celtic culture to Christianity. The triscele also was a symbol for the three goddesses of Celtic mythology (also found in Greek mythology). There is also some debate if it came to be a symbol for wise men, leaders, scholars and people of the arts among the druids an ancients celts alike. Origins of this can be found in Brigid daughter of Dagda (Brigid is one of the triple goddesses).

The Spirals moving inward symbolize strength, honor & fortitude.

The Celtic symbol of three conjoined spirals may have had triple significance similar to the imagery that lies behind the triskelion. The triple spiral motif is a Neolithic symbol in Western Europe. It is carved into the rock of a stone lozenge near the main entrance of the prehistoric Newgrange monument in County Meath, Ireland. A variant of the symbol is also found, carved into the wall in the inner chamber of the passage tomb. Because of its Celtic associations, it is also used as a symbol of Brittany. $49.99
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Backordered

 

 

Yin Yang Double Dragon Alchemy Plaque by Maxine Miller

Depicts highly detailed double wingless dragons with Sun and Moon Symbols.

Plaque measures 11" in Diameter and has 2 hooks on the back so you can choose which end faces up!

Alchemy implemented Allegory, which explained reactions through symbols. This means that a picture - the most common being a dragon devouring a sun - would represent a certain chemical reaction taking place. This method was used to stump those who were not truly dedicated to the work of alchemy. In some cases, however, it would also prevent the educated alchemist.

The symbol for Mercury is the caduceus, which is two serpents entwined upon a rod. This is derived from Greek mythology, using the story of Mercury, the god's messenger, and his intervention between to fighting serpents. This symbol was depicted both with and without wings. This was probably due to Mercury's volatile state, for which it also carried various names.

The dragon and various serpents were used in alchemy often. This could be simply because of its role in the symbolism of religion. Most alchemists were extremely pious men who wanted to explore science, and they never really discarded the spiritual world from the physical world in order to study. In addition, alchemists were probably influenced by the dragon's dracontia, which alchemists believed would help in the making, in part, of the philosopher's stone.

In Arabic Alchemy, the salamander is a symbol. The prima materia displays this creature roasting in a fire. This could do with the Wiccan belief of that the salamander was the creature that represented fire. In any case, the alchemical symbol represents the frustration of analytical work.

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$49.99 in resin, $89.99 in bronze

Sorry, Backordered for a long time!!!!

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