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Remember the triple goddess every day. Hang this lovely Wiccan art prominently in your home.  The wooden piece is 6" X 6" and painted a glossy black. The commercial quality vinyl lettering is a matte white, causing the image to stand out beautifully.  Other phrases are available as well in my shop so feel free to browse around!

Triple Goddess Wooden Sign with Vinyl Lettering 6X6"

Remember the triple goddess every day. Hang this lovely Wiccan art prominently in your home. The wooden piece is 6" X 6" and painted a glossy black. The commercial quality vinyl lettering is a matte white, causing the image to stand out beautifully. Other phrases are available as well in my shop so feel free to browse around!

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The Three Goddesses or Fates: maiden, mother, and crone.  Also, in Greek mythology, Clotho spins the thread of life, Lachesis measures the thread of life, and Atropos cuts the thread of life.

The Three Goddesses or Fates: maiden, mother, and crone. Also, in Greek mythology, Clotho spins the thread of life, Lachesis measures the thread of life, and Atropos cuts the thread of life.

Triple Goddess. The Moon Goddess Hecate. Greek Goddess of the Crossroads. Hecate was the only one of the Titans who Zeus allowed to retain authority after the Olympians had defeated them. She was given the position of being the guardian of the households and the protector of all that was newborn. Hecate was one of the three "triple goddesses", sometimes illustrated as Persephone (young Maiden), Demeter (The Mother), and Hecate (the Crone).

Triple Goddess. The Moon Goddess Hecate. Greek Goddess of the Crossroads. Hecate was the only one of the Titans who Zeus allowed to retain authority after the Olympians had defeated them. She was given the position of being the guardian of the households and the protector of all that was newborn. Hecate was one of the three "triple goddesses", sometimes illustrated as Persephone (young Maiden), Demeter (The Mother), and Hecate (the Crone).

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