NILE GODDESS STATUE
BIRD GODDESS STATUE
NILE GODDESS RUBBER STAMP
Nile Goddess Pennant and Candle Shrine
Deep Purple Nile and Moons
Moon Goddess Blessing Bowl
Handmade Ceramic Offering Dish Made in USA
Finish: Deep Purple Crackle
Size: 4.5 inch diameter
Use sand with incense to avoid scorching.
This is the Goddess image from the Nile river
who reaches for the moon. In memory, relationship and reunion with moon
energies, this is a manifestation image for your altar. Each
firing is unique and so each offering or blessing bowl or dish by De Baun Fine
Ceramics is unique. Use sand with cone incense to avoid
The Goddess drawing down the moon.
1 inch with 8 mm stone. Sterling Silver.
(c) Wellstone Jewelers
Goddess Pendant - Large
1.7 inches long with 10 mm stone.
(c) Wellstone Jewelers
Goddess Pendant - Small 1.1 inch with
8 mm stone.
Goddess Rubber Stamp
High Quality,100% red rubber mounted on
straight-sided hardwood blocks with a thick rubber sponge between the image and
the block. 2 inches x .75 inches.
Moon Goddess Tie Dye Tapestry / Bedspread / Wall Decor
Tapestry - 72" x 108" 182.88cm x 274.3cm
100% hand-loomed cotton - Twin Bed Size.
This tapestry can be used for a wall hanging, a table cloth, a bed spread,
furniture throw, curtains, altar cloth, hung from the ceiling, home decor, and
Nile or Bird Goddess
Nile Goddess reaches for the Stars and "Draws Down the Moon" with the
graceful crescent-sweep of her arms. The hook-shaped hands of this goddess from
early Egypt symbolize regeneration, an evocative image of the life-death-life
principle of reincarnation. The Mother Goddess in late Neolithic times was
equated with bird and animal life. Worshipped by a people who called themselves
the Kemi, here, in this evocative image of life-death-life, is shown the core of
Kemian wisdom, the principle of reincarnation.
The image of this bird Goddess appeared in Egypt in early
predynastic times (4000 b.c.) as funerary figures with strongly beaked faces and
wing like arms and hands. These painted terracotta figures, less than a foot
high and much alike, were found in graves in Mohamerian, near Edfu. They serve
as a superb blend of bird, woman and deity. Their greatly enlarged posteriors
are a representation of the cosmic or primal egg.
In Egyptian myth, the generation of the primal egg takes
place in what is known as the time of non-being where the sublime goose appears
among the imperishable stars. While the world is still flooded by silence, the
voice of the great cackler breaks the stillness, and she lays the egg containing
the germ of life. From her egg burst forth a bird of celestial light. The cosmic
matter from which the universe is formed comes from the primal egg.