Triple Moon Goddess Wall Plaque
By Maxine Miller
Finely crafted of resin and handpainted, antiqued and polished giving you a unique Triple Moon Goddess design. Use for your altar, sacred space, meditation room, office, etc. decorating your altar space, office, meditation room, etc.
Celebrate the moon phases each month all through the year. Honor the Triple Moon Goddess every day: Maiden, Mother and Crone. Perform rituals for psychic development, intuition, wisdom, knowledge, mystery and creativity.
- Measures approximately 15 x 5.25 inches and weighs over 2 pounds
- Hand-cast using crushed stone bonded with high quality designer resin and polished
- Celebrate the three aspects of the Triple Goddess
- Celebrate the divine powers: Lunar & Feminine
- Includes hanger for ease of mounting to your wall
The moon is a feminine symbol, universally representing the rhythm of time as it embodies the cycle. The phases of the moon symbolize immortality and eternity, enlightenment or the dark side of Nature herself. It might reflect inner knowledge, or the phases of man’s condition on earth, since it controls the tides, the rains, the waters, and the seasons. It is the middle ground between the light of the sun and the darkness of night, and thus often represents the realm between the conscious and the unconscious. In astrology, the moon is a symbol of the soul, and in the horoscope it determines the subject’s capacity for reflection and adaptation. It also provides analogy for the stages of human development: the new moon is infancy, the crescent is youth and adolescence, the full moon is maturity and pregnancy, and the waning moon represents the decline of life, sleep.
The Symbol of the Triple Goddess is the Waxing, Full and Waning Moons
The Triple Goddess has been adopted by many neopagans as one of their primary deities. The term triple goddess is infrequently used outside of Neopaganism to instead refer to historical goddess triads and single goddesses of three forms or aspects.
In common Neopagan usage the three female figures are frequently described as the Maiden, the Mother, and the Crone, each of which symbolizes both a separate stage in the female life cycle and a phase of the moon, and often rules one of the realms of earth, underworld, and the heavens. These may or may not be perceived as aspects of a greater single divinity. The feminine part of Wicca’s duotheistic theological system is sometimes portrayed as a Triple Goddess, her masculine counterpart being the Horned God.
Triple Goddess “Maiden, Mother, and Crone” – The Triple Goddess is known and worshiped in Pagan cultures all over the world. She is eternal, yet always in a state of change. Her colors are white for the maiden, red for the mother and black for the crone.
- Maiden: The Maiden aspect represents enchantment, expansion, the female principle, the promise of new beginnings, youth, excitement, and erotic carefree aura. She is innocent in ways, but also a enchantress who recognizes the power of her sexuality.
- Mother: The Mother is ripeness, fertility, fulfillment, stability, and power. The Mother is ripe, full breasted, at the peak of her womanly powers. She is the one who tenderly and lovingly rocks the baby, but she is also the lioness who hunts to feed her offspring and will fight to the death to protect them.
- Crone: The Crone is wisdom, and compassion. She is old in age, experience, accumulated wisdom and death. She is the gateway to Death, and the guide to Rebirth.
© Maxine Miller