The male counterpart and consort to the female Triple Goddess, (forming the two principle Wiccan deities), overseeing nature, wilderness and sexuality. Sin the original Mesopotamian moon deity and 'father of the gods' was the early progenitor of Cernunnos, the pagan/Celtic horned god.
The bull's horns and the cult mystery of the Roman underworld prominent among the military classes and practiced in subterranean temples, centred around the god overpowering and slaying a bull, known as the tauroctony. The moon goddess, Luna, was the sole female permitted at a Mithraic ceremony, where the crescent moon was her symbol.
Framed upon the occultist's pentagram, Eliphas Levi's portrait and representation of the dualist, goat-headed deity symbolising the balance in everything, and notoriously known as the heretical subject of worship of the Knights Templar, in 1307 leading to their persecution and ultimately, their Friday 13'th downfall
First edition book cover of Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven, overarched by its black namesake and inscribed within, Nevermore...
Encapsulate your love as the power of 'Poes' poetry bestows you.
A pewter pendant locket simulating the original 'Poe's Raven' book cover, with decorative framing and a spreadeagled black pewter raven above. The hinged book opens to reveal engraved extracts from the poem and its frame takes a 22mm x 30mm photo; closes with a magnetic catch.
On a split trace chain 21" (53cm) overall plus a 1 ½" extender chain.
The Wiccan symbol of the seven pointed star, or septagram, represents the seven paths to the higher self in the sacred Faery tradition, further empowered here by a pentagram and the sigils of the seven planets.
The Viking rune stave also known as the Helm of Awe, is a powerful, magical, Norse defensive protection symbol used as an amulet against physical or mental dangers. Originally, this stave would have been incised onto the front of a warrior's helmet, or drawn upon his forehead, to confront his adversaries fearlessly.
This serpent, evincing its three coils, symbolises the pagan/Wiccan Rule of Three; that all energy transmitted into the world by somebody - positive or negative, is returned threefold to that same person.
This traditional style dream snare has a pentagram woven into its fine web and supports a sacred crescent moon, deflecting evil influences, misfortune and physical harm, averting the evil eye from wanton malefactors.
Naga, or Bakunawa the underworld dragon, triumphant, having risen from the ocean and swallowed the moon whole has caused darkness to suffocate the world, awaiting his servile inferiors to placate him before spitting it back out to illuminate life once more.