Throughout White Light Pentacles/Sacred Spirit Products' history, we have commissioned sacred motifs from talented artists and artisans we met in our travels or from those whom contacted us. In our first Stoneware Collection, no longer available, we commissioned Sacred Feminine and Sacred Masculine motifs, Angelics, Fantasy Icons and more. Here is the second collection of sacred stoneware art featuring Chalices, Platters, Mugs, Cauldrons, Plaques and more, all created on a potter's wheel. Excellent for home, temple or office use and suitable for ritual...while supplies last. Blessed Be.
The lovely Winged Angel depicted on this mug looks more like a robed Goddess holding out her welcoming arms. Angel light and love is always a blessing. Triskellion: This ancient symbol “The Spiral of Life” beloved of the Celts has Graeco-Roman roots and may evoke in the minds and hearts of modern magickal practitioners the triplicities of Maiden, Mother and Crone, land, sea and sky, past , present and future and many other sacred triads. Call upon the Magickal Powers of the Dragon for strength, to transform a situation, for success and good fortune, and for the accomplishment of your Will. Here the Dragon is depicted in the ancient artful way of Celtic Zoomorphic Knotwork as complete loops that have no start or finish and could be said to represent eternity whether this means loyalty, faith, friendship or love. Only one line is used in each design which symbolizes how life and eternity are interconnected. The Tree Mother depicted in this piece represents the Earth Mother Spirit in the Green World, a Dryad, like unto other Foliate Goddess art. This Pentacle mug holds a blue stone (hand wash only). The Pentacle signifies the rulership of Higher Mind over the lower elements of Human Nature. The use of this Divine Symbol signals the awakening of Cosmic Consciousness and the Initiation of Human Consciousness, manipulating its environment by reaching beyond the realms of physical form and perception limited to the five physical senses. The origins of the Pentagram go far back to remotest historical antiquity, as far back as Pre-Babylonian Sumer. It has been venerated by many other civilizations. To the Jews, it symbolically designated the Pentateuch, The Five Books of Moses. Early Christians recognized it as pointing out the five Stigmata — the wounds Christ suffered on the Cross. It has survived under a variety of titles, including “The Druid’s Foot” and ‘The Witch’s Star.”To the followers of Pythagoras, it was called “The Pentalpha,” being composed of five interlaced A’s or Alphas. As Alpha is the first letter of the Greek alphabet, we can view the Pentacle as symbolically portraying the Unity of All things in the midst of multiplicity.Ceremonial Magicians throughout the Middle Ages considered the Pentagram to be among the most potent, holy, and protective of symbols — being stronger in this way than even the Cross. Those involved in Occult Practices could be certain that wherever the Pentacle was displayed, there, evil had no power. Traditionally, each of the five angles has been attributed to the Five Metaphysical Elements of the Ancients. EARTH (Lower left-hand corner) FIRE (Lower right-hand corner) WATER (Upper right-hand corner) AIR (Upper left-hand corner) Surmounted by SPIRIT at the topmost point.This becomes a graphic portrayal of Spirit ruling over the four elements and with the Pentagram placed within the Circle (symbol of eternity). ©1986 e.v. WLP/SSP