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Cernunnos

Cernunnos

Cernunnos

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A portrait of Cernunnos, posed in the same position he is posed in on the Gundestrup cauldron but styled after the Book of Kells.



Price: €6.00

Cervidae

Cervidae

A gathering of the antlered

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A illustration for the Pathfinders Deck, featuring the (extinct) Irish Elk, Caribou, Red Deer, Fallow Deer and Roe Deer.

The female aspect of the cervidae teaches us unconditional love and gentleness, both for ourselves and others. They are natural wanderers and aid us in our own journeys. The male aspect of this card gives us energy to carry on and do what needs to be done, but at the same time use no more energy than needed to accomplish our goals.

As a negative/reversed aspect it may be warning about trying to reach a goal that is currently out of range and not wanting to give up. There will be better times.



Price: €6.00

Corvidae

Corvidae

A gathering of the feathered

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A illustration for the Pathfinders Deck, featuring the Raven, Crow, Hooded Crow, Magpie and Eurasian Jay.

Corvids have long been symbols for war and death and as a symbol they should be treated with care. However, they also symbolise rebirth, and give us the strength needed to part with things we don’t need, big or small. They guide us in the shadows, carry souls from darkness into the light, and help in the honouring of ancestors. They are skilful and cunning, and a great aid when trickery is needed.

As a negative/reversed aspect, corvidae may be warning you that you are becoming to obsessive about something.



Price: €6.00

Lugh

Lugh

A portrait of Lugh

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A portrait piece of Lugh, a light deity, but in short he's good at everything he does. Let into Tara in a time when only the best artisans were let in. They pretty much had the master in every art&craft type there was, but when Lugh asked them if they had anyone that was a master at ALL crafts they admitted they didn't, and he got in.

He's featured here with the spear that, in the Welsh version of one of his tales, pierces a stone to kill the hunter which had an affair with his wife. And, in the irish version, he himself is killed by it, after his wife finds out a way to kill Lugh and tells her lover.

He's also holding a stone sling, which Lugh used to disable Balor's (his evil grandfather, Champion of the Fomorians) all-destructive eye. In other versions Lugh blinded Balor with a spear made by Goibniu, and thus we return back on the spear.

Knotwork is done with gold inks, and some silver dots.



Price: €6.00

Morrígan

Morrígan

A portrait of the Morrígan

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A portrait of Morrígan, loosely based on the bronze mask-brooch find from Czechoslovakia dating back to mid-4th century BC.

She's often seen as a war deity, fore-telling deaths, but with her association to cattle she can also be considered as a deity of sovereignty, wealth and fertility.



Price: €6.00

Dreamrunner

Dreamrunner

Running Wolf

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A white ghost-like wolf runs proudly strides across, as dreams flow from her every step.



Price: €6.00

Mustelidae

Mustelidae

A gathering of Ferret and Badger

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A illustration for the Pathfinders Deck, features a ferret and a badger.

Mustelids are strong protectors and are great for discovering inner talents. They are bendy, and aid us in adapting to new things in life and to always look on the bright side of life. Perfect guides for problem solving, they’ll show you there’s so much in life still to do. Enjoy it! As a watcher over the top the badger embodies courage. Badger will teach you to fight for your rights and spiritual beliefs and guides you through dreams.

As a negative/reversed aspect it warns you to not become to care-free while you’re having fun. Don’t spend all your resources since there may come a time when you need them.



Price: €6.00

The Night Oak

The Night Oak

The Wolf and the Crow

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A Wolf and a Crow spirit, telling stories and singing songs underneath the night sky.



Price: €6.00

Oak King

Oak King

A Forest Stag

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The spirit of the forest in the form of a noble stag.



Price: €6.00

Set me free

Set me free

Spirit of the Wild

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Setting free the spirit of the Wild from within.



Price: €6.00

Running on Dreams

Running on Dreams

Running Wolf

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A Wolf running across the snow, guided by dreams.



Price: €6.00

Owl Spirit

Owl Spirit

Barn Owls

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Two Barn Owls, gliding through the night.



Price: €6.00

Mephitis

Mephitis

Skunk

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A illustration for the Pathfinders Deck, featuring a Skunk.

Skunks have always been avoided because of their ability to spray anyone with that nasty odor. Because of it's reputation skunk symbolizes confidence. You don't want to get in the way of their goal! Attracting the right people and repelling the wrong when needed, they teach us to do what we say, and to 'stick with the plan'.

As a negative/reversed aspect, skunk warns you that you may be pushing too many things or people aside to get to your goals, and that you're solitude in this may become a problem.



Price: €6.00

The White Stag

The White Stag

A White Stag

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A white elk, bellowing at the last rays of sunlight at the end of the day.



Price: €6.00

The Wolf and Jay

The Wolf and Jay

Wolf and Eurasian Jay

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A wolf and a Eurasian jay, two wild spirits together.



Price: €6.00

Dreamguardian

Dreamguardian

Dreamy Barnowl

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The dream guardian, watching over your dreams at night.



Price: €6.00

Climbing that Mountain

Climbing that Mountain

Running Wolf

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A wolf is running upwards, and over a hill, symbolizing someone overcoming an obstacle.



Price: €6.00

Ilchruthach

Ilchruthach

The Dragonfly

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'Ilchruthach', meaning shape-shifter. Through life we all go through various transformations. These are rarely easy, but through them we become stronger.



Price: €6.00

Tara\'s Dancers

Tara's Dancers

Fire dancers

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The sacred fire dancers of Tara weave their magic of protection.



Price: €6.00

Sara\'s Triskel

Sara's Triskel

Triskel

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The Triskel is a well-known and well-used symbol in the Celtic culture of both the past and the present. It continues to enchant us to this day.



Price: €6.00

Athnuachan

Athnuachan

Renewal

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This design features two big snakes, two herons and a tree of life. The text at the top 'cruthaíonn críocha tuís' means 'endings create beginnings'.



Price: €6.00

St. Hubertus Folio

St. Hubertus Folio

A Huntsman's Salute

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Top carries the stag, with the cross between it's antlers and a gild-detailed halo. Visually it'll pull the readers eyes downwards from there, directing focus on the calligraphy. For the side-fillers, and in harmony with the vision of the stag to Hubert, a 'tree of life' pattern featuring foliage is depicted.

The four corners feature icons of the hunt, along with gild detailing. One design has the hunting horn and sword, the other features the rifle and the fishing rod.

Top banner, just below the main-crown, features two dogs/hounds pointing and flushing out pheasants. It is a repeated pattern for the side borders, but in the sides design we also see two hounds retrieving a bird.

The half-circles feature falcons with rabbits in their talons, and the bottom border has two fishing figures (one male, one female). The ferret and rabbit corners stand as a reflection of life itself, a dance of life and death.

The original poem, though you could almost call it a oath, is by Oskar von Riesenthal, and was first published in 1880. The translation was done by me into English, and kept the rhyme and meter intact as best as possible;

This is the hunter’s badge of glory,
That he protect and tend his quarry,
Hunt with honour, as is due,
And through the beast to God is true!

Weapons of war are by hate run,
yet love for game fires our gun.
Therefor ponder, your daily bread;
Did your game not suffer dread?

Guard game from man and beast alike,
Make brief its death and sure your strike!
Be outside rough, yet mild inside,
And badge of glory pure abide!

And the original in German;

Waidmannsheil - Oskar von Riesenthal

Das ist des Jägers Ehrenschild,
Daß er beschützt und hegt sein Wild.
Waidmännisch jagt, wie sich’s gehört,
Den Schöpfer im Geschöpfe ehrt!

Das Kriegsgeschoß der Haß regiert,
Die Lieb’ zum Wild den Stutzen führt.
Drum denk’ bei Deinem täglich Brot;
Ob auch Dein Wild nicht leidet Noth?

Behüt’s vor Mensch und Thier zumal.
Verkürze ihm die Todesqual!
Sei außen rauh, doch innen mild,
Dann bleibet blank Dein Ehrenschild!



Price: €18.00