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Three Legs on the Pagan Cauldron, or Must Pagans Be Polytheists?

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Old World Pagan Wheel of the Year -fully engraved- Altar/Tarot Reading Table with Cast Iron base

24" round Black Italian Marble Altar Table engraved with the Pagan Wheel of the Year Calendar! Includes Astrology correspondences, pentacle and season sigils.

RHIANNON: She played a number of roles familiar to Celtic mythology: the Otherworld Mistress, the Calumniated Wife and finally the Sovereign Queen. Earlier prototypes of this Rhiannon, whose mythology is expounded in First and Third branches, can be found in the pagan goddesses Matrona ‘Great Mother’, and Epona, the Gaulish horse goddess found throughout Europe, as far apart as Rome and Hadrien’s Wall.

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The pagan roots of Easter

mokoša: goddess of the earth worshipped by the ancient slavs; one of the most primeval deities in the pagan slavic pantheon. mokosh is most likely a later and more strongly personified variant of the slavs’ elder earth goddess, “damp mother earth,” or mati syra zemlya.