Joyful Pan Poster

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The 4 altar bells I ordered arrived a few minutes ago and they are just as you said. They are lovely and small and have a most delightful ring. I have 4 altars and they are perfect! As is all of your products. Been a fan for a long time and you're still my favorite go to shop for Witchy supplies. And the little pumpkin charm was so sweet. Oh and thanks for sending bells "with no teeth". I got a weird vibe from those. OK .. thanks so much .. Candy
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Joyful Pan Poster

Pan, the god of woods and fields, of flocks and shepherds, dwelt in grottos, wandered on the mountains and in valleys, and amused himself with the chase or in leading the dances of the nymphs. He was fond of music, and as we have seen, the inventor of the syrinx, or shepherds pipe, which he himself played in a masterly manner. Pan, like other gods who dwelt in forests, was dreaded by those whose occupations caused them to pass through the woods by night, for the gloom and loneliness of such scenes dispose the mind to superstitious fears. Hence sudden fright without any visible cause was ascribed to Pan, and called a Panic terror. As the name of the god signifies all, Pan came to be considered a symbol of the universe and personification of Nature; and later still to be regarded as a representation of all the gods of paganism itself.

Printed on 8.5" x 11" parchment.

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