Triple Moon Mother Goddess Pendant
Dimensions: 37.5×21.5 mm 8g
The Triple Moon represents Divinity in its three forms of virgin , mother and elder (crone) . It consists of a full moon with a crescent on the left and a waning one on the right. The threefold Deity in appearance by means of virgin / mother / elder is honored in many pagan traditions.
She is seen as the female counterpart of the Horned God. In some traditions, such as Wicca Dianica, the Triple Deity is the only goddess celebrated.
It is important that the concept of the threefold Deity represented virgin / mother / elder is a neo-pagan and Wiccan thought of all. Other ancient cultures did not have the person of the triple Goddess, they had triune deities.
The crescent is the Virgin , it represents purity and the new start. She is the novice and active energy of the power of Divinity, she is the carefree, curious and experience-hungry Teenager.
She is free, independent and is often personified as a goddess of wild animals and game or a warrior deity such as Artemis, of game. In Celtic custom, the particular color is white and is associated with the witchcraft of freedom and grit.
The full is the Mother , generator of glory, available and compassionate. This aspect of Divinity is energetic power consciously channeled into productivity and birth, which can reside in giving birth, a world, a child, a work, an artifact of art. The Mother is powerful, creative, fruitful, full of glory. It represents the power of a mature female to elevate life and culture.
It also symbolizes the power of female sexuality. Its color in the Celtic tradition is and is associated with the witchcraft of productivity, fertility, fulfillment and sexuality.
The waning is the Elder , it represents the culmination of glory in total notion and experience. It is the power of contemplative rest, of internalized creativity which, when it so desires, can become again to express itself towards the outside. It is wise, introspective, and contains the powers of the Maiden and the Root. she is also independent, carnal and creative, contrary to what is thought of older women.
The Old Woman is the architect of change and mutation who understands the mystery, of the end of the cycle and has the ability to let go of the darkness. It is the power through a postmenopausal woman who possesses the power and wisdom of a full life. Its color in the Celtic tradition is black and is associated with the witchcraft of mutation, judgment, ostracism.