Luna, Moon Goddess – Cutout earrings in silver
Beautiful bright silver reflective luster
In the style of the ancient Celtic images on the silver Gungestrup Cauldron, (150BC) Oberon has sculpted the youthful face of the crescent moon in his depiction of The Goddess. Representing coins, prosperity, youthful joy, intuition, meditation and the face (personality) in the moon.
For those who love The Goddess, wear these to bring joy back into your life or to as part of a prosperity ceremony or whilst learning to increase your deep intuition.
In ancient Roman religion and myth, Luna is the divine embodiment of the Moon She is the female complement of the Sun (Sol). Luna is an aspect of the Roman triple goddess (diva triformis ), along with Proserpina and Hecate (or Juno). Luna is sometimes an epithet that specializes a goddess.
In Roman art, Luna’s attributes are the crescent moon and the two-yoke chariot (biga ). In the Carmen Saeculare, performed in 17 BC, Horace invokes her as the “two-horned queen of the star.” Varro categorized Luna and Sol among the visible gods, as distinguished from invisible gods such as Neptune. Luna’s Greek counterpart was Selene.
TO SELENE (20 lines)
(ll. 1-13) And next, sweet voiced Muses,
daughters of Zeus, well- skilled in song, tell
of the long-winged Moon. From her immortal head a radiance is
shown from heaven and embraces earth; and great is the beauty
that ariseth from her shining light. The air, unlit before, glows with
the light of her golden crown, and her rays beam clear, whensoever
bright Selene having bathed her lovely body in the waters of
Ocean, and donned her far-gleaming, shining team, drives on her
long-maned horses at full speed, at eventime in the mid-month:
then her great orbit is full and then her beams shine brightest as
she increases. So she is a sure token and a sign to mortal men.
(ll. 14-16) Once the Son of Cronos was joined with her in love; and
she conceived and bare a daughter Pandia, exceeding lovely
amongst the deathless gods.
(ll. 17-20) Hail, white-armed goddess, bright Selene, mild,
bright-tressed queen! And now I will leave you and sing the glories
of men half-divine, whose deeds minstrels, the servants of the
Muses, celebrate with lovely lips.
A white or silvered moon goddess was depicted in many cultures.
- Goddess Menily (Cahuilla mythology)
- Goddess Yoolgai Asdza´a´ (Diné Bahane’)
- Goddess Hanwi (Lakota mythology)
- Goddess Coyolxauhqui (Aztec mythology)
- Goddess Metztli (Aztec mythology)
- Goddess and God Awilix (K’iche’ Maya mythology)
- Maya moon goddess (Maya mythology)
- Goddess Huitaca (Chibcha mythology)
- Goddess Chia (Colombian mythology)
- Goddess Mama Quilla (Incan mythology)
- Goddess Ka-Ata-Killa (Incan mythology)
- Goddess Jaci (Tupi mythology)
- Ari (Tupi mythology)
- Goddess Kazza (Arturian mythology)
- Goddess Neaera (Greek Mythology)
- Goddess Ilargi (Basque mythology)
- Goddess Artume (Etruscan mythology)
- Goddess Losna (Etruscan mythology)
- Goddess Kuu (Finnish mythology)
- Goddess Achelois (Greek mythology)
- Goddess Phoebe (Greek mythology)
- Goddess Artemis (Greek mythology)
- Goddess Selene (Greek mythology)
- Goddess Hecate (Greek mythology)
- Hjúki and Bil (Norse legends)
- Goddess Ataegina (Lusitanian mythology)
- Goddess Diana (Roman mythology)
- Goddess Luna (Roman mythology)
- Goddess Trivia (Roman mythology)
- Goddess Mano (Sami mythology)
- Goddess Bendis (Thracian mythology)
- Goddess Arianrhod (Welsh mythology)
- Goddess Chup Kamui (Ainu mythology)
- Goddess Neang Vimean Chan (Cambodian mythology)
- Goddess Chang’e (Chinese mythology)
- Goddess Su’e (Chinese mythology)
- Goddess Han Ying (Chinese mythology)
- Goddess Queen Jiang (Chinese mythology)
- Goddess Changxi (Chinese mythology)
- Goddess Anumati (Hindu mythology)
- Goddess Ratih (Indonesian mythology)
- Goddess Silewe Nazarate (Indonesian mythology)
- Goddess Dae-Soon (Korean mythology)
- Goddess Mayari (Philippine mythology)
- Goddess Gleti (Dahomean mythology)
- Goddess Mawu (Dahomean mythology)
- Goddess Arawa (Pokot mythology)
- Goddess Yemaya (Yoruba mythology)
- Goddess Jezanna (“Zimbabwean” mythology)
- Goddess Lona (Hawaiian mythology)
- Papare (Orokolo mythology)
- Goddess Hina (Polynesian mythology)
- Goddess Mahina (Polynesian mythology)
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In recent times, Oberon has been most recognized for his inordinately beautiful sculpture; The Millennial Gaia. But since the early 1960’s, Oberon has been one of “the” names most closely associated and respected with regards to the crystallization of the Neo-Pagan movement. In 1970 he formulated and published the preeminent “Gaia Thesis”.
A Transpersonal Psychologist, Shaman, Artist, Sculptor, International Lecturer and Teacher, Oberon has contributed much to the evolution of human consciousness.