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The Sun Returns – Nisaba

Golden winter solstice blessings as we arrive at the return of the Sun. This print parallels the return of the Sun on our birthdays , when the sun returns to the place where it resided when we were born, our … Continue reading

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La Santa Meurte…. Holy Death

La Santa Muerte  (Spanish for Holy Death), is a female folk saint venerated primarily in Mexico and the Southwestern United States. She is a female personification of death, and is associated with healing, protection, and safe delivery to the afterlife … Continue reading

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Ceridwen …The Cauldron and the great poet đźŚ€

To celebrate Samhain this year I have chosen to journey with the great shape-shifting witch Ceridwen……… and her son Talesin 🌀 In Welsh mythology, Taliesin is the son of the shapeshifting witch Ceridwen . Ceridwen brews up a potion in … Continue reading

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Juno Caprotina…..Goddess of fertility….

I printed 2 autumn equinox goddesses this year …this is the second one. Juno was the ancient Roman goddess of women and marriage, identified with the Greek goddess Hera. As the highest deity in the Roman pantheon next to Jupiter, … Continue reading

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Pomona Goddess of the Orchards….

This is a print I have just pulled to mark the Autumn Equinox ( a little late I know but my studio has been closed)…… Pomona is a Roman Goddess with unusually no Greek counterpart.  A Goddess of fruitful abundance … Continue reading

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Lughnassad….and the House of the Initiated Weavers

  Te Whare Pora: The House of Initiated Weaving Hineteiwaiwa is the Goddess I have worked with at this time of  of Lughnassad, a Celtic festival  named after the God Lugh who was revered for his skills and crafts. Hineteiwaiwa … Continue reading

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Beltane …The Sacred Marriage

Beltane – When  we celebrate  fertility, the sacred marriage, and the union of Heaven and Earth.  This print forms part of my recent re exploration of Alchemy. It depicts the Rosarium where the Great Work takes place. Within we can … Continue reading

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