Serpent Goddess of Crete Greek Snake Goddess of Regeneration and Renewal
Serpent Goddess of Crete statue. She depicts the benevolence and sacred power of the Life Force, holding high the two serpents of immortality. The tiny panther on her headdress may connect the goddess to the fertility rites of the wine god Dionysos or denote an altered state of consciousness. Her staring gaze signifies a trance state and an oracular role played by this snake Goddess.
[Archeological Museum of "Crete," 2000-1800 BCE]
Hand Painted by our artisan's cooperative in India, this statue is made of sacred Ganges River Clay and Resin.
9 inches high