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GREAT MOTHER GODDESS CYBELE STATUES 
DRUMMING GODDESS CYBELE PLAQUES
cybele hecate plaque Cybele and Goddess Hecate Standing Plaque
Heavy 9 inch silver-black resin 
free standing plaque. Lovely piece of art that's hand finished to perfection by our artisan's cooperative in India.


Cybele and Hecate were leading deities of mystery cults and considered powerful in divination especially for those at a cross roads, starting a journey or giving birth. Hecate cradles a torch, Cybele, her drum and offering bowl, and the two goddesses are no doubt involved in clearing a sacred space to welcome something wonderful.
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[fourth century relief, Piraeus, Greece] 
Goddess Cybele Enthroned

Cybele Goddess Enthroned Statue
8 inch white marble-colored gypsumstone statue.

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Lovely piece of art that's hand finished to perfection
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[Berlin Museum, c. 100 BCE] 
Goddess Cybele with Frame Drum: Greek/Roman
From Pre-classic Greece to early Christian times she represented Gaia, the deified earth, and inherited many attributes of the ancient Sumerian goddess Inanna . In thess depictions, Cybele's holds the frame drum; her bowl of prophecy and staring gaze proclaim her power. The blazing torch symbolizes her bull-consort Attis in resurrection. Saint Peter's Cathedral stands upon the site of Cybele's temple in Rome. The Sybils at Cumae were her priestess-oracles.

This Drumming Goddess was worshiped for thousands of years in Babylon, Egypt and Greece. Regally seated upon her lion embellished throne, we can sense her queenship as Magna Mater of Rome. During the transition to Christianity, Cybele's massive temple was replaced by St. Peter's Basilica. Celebrate the legacy of this Goddess of the Sacred Drum!

Cybele and Hecate: Cybele and Hecate were leading deities of mystery cults and considered powerful in divination especially for those at a cross roads, starting a journey or giving birth. Hecate cradles a torch, Cybele, her drum and offering bowl, and the two goddesses are no doubt involved in clearing a sacred space to welcome something wonderful. Perhaps the birth of a child, a business, a new path or a brilliant idea is being born in their cleared space.

Amazon women worshipped Artemis, Cybele and Hecate as Maiden, Mother and Crone, and Thracian Bendis was closely allied to Cybele and Hecate. Diodorus says that the Amazons offered sacrifice to Cybele, Hecate and Artemis and served as votaries.

The cult of Cybele idolized an earth-goddess of fertility in human, beast, and field. Her worship was accompanied by the sound of crashing drums and cymbals, the music of the pipe, and the voices of frenzied votaries. Her inspiration came as a form of holy madness, which endowed the worshiper with a sense of mystic ecstasy and supernatural strength.

Cybele's name may have a connection with stone cubes (Kybos means dice). The material inscribed with Her sacred image brought to Rome in 204 C.E. by order of the Cumaean Sybil was a black meteorite. Sybil means "cave-dweller" and is a Latin form of Cybele. The Sybils of Cumae lived in a sacred cavern dedicated to Triple Hecate which was classically believed to be the entrance to the underworld.

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