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This delicate Spiral Goddess was designed for Sacred Source by sculptor Abby Willowroot in conjunction with the Goddess 2000 Project, whose simple goal is to place a Goddess Shrine on every block in every city on Earth.

Spiral-force or serpent force is the Goddess energy. From deepest Prehistory onwards, the spiral was associated with horns and snakes, and symbolized dynamism, fertility and the vital magic of life. Profusions of spirals decorate ancient temples in Ireland, Malta and Mycenea, as well as countless pictographic monuments throughout the world.

Here the Goddess raises her arms, invoking the spiral-power within Her. On the reverse, her arms are joined in the "drawing down the moon" gesture. A leafless tree represents the Goddess rooted in the Earth, swelling toward regeneration while bathed in the glow of waxing, full, and waning moons.

White antique stone colored Gypsumstone. Height: 8"



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    This delicate Spiral Goddess was designed for Sacred Source by sculptor Abby Willowroot in conjunction with the Goddess 2000 Project, whose simple goal is to place a Goddess Shrine on every block in every city on Earth.

    Spiral-force or serpent force is the Goddess energy. From deepest Prehistory onwards, the spiral was associated with horns and snakes, and symbolized dynamism, fertility and the vital magic of life. Profusions of spirals decorate ancient temples in Ireland, Malta and Mycenea, as well as countless pictographic monuments throughout the world.

    Here the Goddess raises her arms, invoking the spiral-power within Her. On the reverse, her arms are joined in the "drawing down the moon" gesture. A leafless tree represents the Goddess rooted in the Earth, swelling toward regeneration while bathed in the glow of waxing, full, and waning moons.

    White antique stone colored Gypsumstone. Height: 8"


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    I sent this as a Mother's Day gift to my oldest daughter, who is a mother this year for the first time! I thought it was the perfect gift to honor her, to honor all mothers, and to honor the divine feminine. She loves it (yes, she opened it early -- can't blame her really). She sent me a picture of it and it's sitting in a prominent place next to their family pictures. It's unique and expressed Mother/Nature in all forms!

    Spiral Goddess Statue

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    This Statue is so beautiful. I gave seven of then to relatives, including 2 males relatives. Everyone loved them. The spiral on one side, the tree of life on the other. I wrote a little note to embrace the Goddess within. The guys said it felt like winning a trophy. Give one to a guy you know and remind him to embrace the Goddess.

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    I have two of these Divine statues that watch over my therapy room and my home. The detail.work is amazing and the energy emitted from her makes me smile.

    Goddess statue

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    <p>The statue is beautiful. Exactly what I was expecting!</p>