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Raven ~ On a Celtic Cross ~ Triquetra Style


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Standing on a Celtic Cross, decorated in a triquetra motif, is a beautifully detailed raven.

The history of the Celtic cross goes back to a time before the Christian conversion of Scotland, Ireland and Wales. It’s believed by some that the four arms of the cross represents the four elements, earth, air, fire and water. They also represent the four directions of the compass, North, South, East and West. And finally the four parts of man, mind, soul, heart and body. The horizontal line of the cross symbolizes earth and the vertical portion symbolizes heaven.

Ravens figure heavily in Celtic mythology and legend. They were linked to darkness and death – especially the death of warriors in battle. Celtic war goddesses often took the form of a raven. In the shamanic cultures of native North American tribes, Raven appears as deity as well. For those who follow the Norse pantheon, Odin is often represented by ravens.

In some cases these black-feathered birds are considered an omen of bad tidings, but in others they may represent a message from the Divine. Or, in modern times, they may conjure the shadowy images of Edgar Allan Poe's midnight visitor with his haunting refrain of, "Nevermore".

However Raven speaks to you, this piece will be a powerful icon of it's energy, on a mantle, remembrance altar or coffee table.

Product Details:
Height: 12"
Width: 7"
Hand Tinted Cast Resin
Item: PT9438002500

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