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Moon face pendant

The feminine and cooling energy of the moon is a symbol of the woman. 

We find this mysterious relationship between the three phases of the Moon, the seasonal rhythms of the Earth, and the three stages in a woman's life. All of this we can find symbolically depicted in the lunar image of the Goddess. She represented the primary image that influenced nearly all concepts of Deity for at least 20,000 years.

Each of these three lunar aspects eventually became personified as a separate Goddess, giving rise to the most abstract concept of the Three in One, and the One in Three. These aspects were the origin of what much later became known as the Trinity.

In Greece, the three Goddesses were known as Athene, Aphrodite and Hecate. In Ireland, they were known as Ana, Babd and Macha; in India: Parvati, Durga and Uma.

Eventually, the three Goddesses were replaced by Male Gods, or as in the case of Christianity, three masculine aspects of one God.

Let's reclaim this female symbol as our circle of women healing. 

This pendant is available in: 

Bronze on a sterling silver chain (nickel and lead-free bronze) 
Sterling silver on a sterling silver chain
18k gold plated sterling silver on an 18k gold plated sterling silver chain
10k pure gold
14k pure gold
18k pure gold
24k pure gold

Handmade to order. 

 

Moon face pendant
Moon face pendant
Moon face pendant

Moon face pendant

The feminine and cooling energy of the moon is a symbol of the woman. 

We find this mysterious relationship between the three phases of the Moon, the seasonal rhythms of the Earth, and the three stages in a woman's life. All of this we can find symbolically depicted in the lunar image of the Goddess. She represented the primary image that influenced nearly all concepts of Deity for at least 20,000 years.

Each of these three lunar aspects eventually became personified as a separate Goddess, giving rise to the most abstract concept of the Three in One, and the One in Three. These aspects were the origin of what much later became known as the Trinity.

In Greece, the three Goddesses were known as Athene, Aphrodite and Hecate. In Ireland, they were known as Ana, Babd and Macha; in India: Parvati, Durga and Uma.

Eventually, the three Goddesses were replaced by Male Gods, or as in the case of Christianity, three masculine aspects of one God.

Let's reclaim this female symbol as our circle of women healing. 

This pendant is available in: 

Bronze on a sterling silver chain (nickel and lead-free bronze) 
Sterling silver on a sterling silver chain
18k gold plated sterling silver on an 18k gold plated sterling silver chain
10k pure gold
14k pure gold
18k pure gold
24k pure gold

Handmade to order. 

 

 
 

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