A variety of religions and belief systems exist across the world that greatly differs from one another. Some are even questioned by others as to how valid and “right” they are because their traditions and rituals are viewed as too radical. In the case of Wiccan and Pagan beliefs, there are people who look down upon connections to witchcraft or worshipping more than more god and religious path. In this article, we will take a look at some of the items available at Abaxion that provides objects created for various rituals.
Cups, chalices and goblets are used within Wicca and Pagan religions during various ceremonies and rituals. When not following these particular belief systems, the designs, which sometimes depict Celtic imagery make rather attraction household decorations. In case you are unfamiliar with Wicca, you should know that it is a Neopagon religion or religious movement that thrives in various countries about the world. It first made an appearance in history when a Brit popularized the cause in 1954 after the British Witchcraft Act was repealed.
Gerald Gardner stated that the religion was a modern version of a witchcraft religion that was able to survive throughout the years. He claimed that it was a secret society that continued on for hundreds of years. The belief system is even though to have roots that originates during the pre-Christian Paganism time in Europe. Sometimes, Wicca is often referred to in several texts as the “Old Religion.”
As for Paganism, westerners came to view those associated with it as following a wide-ranging set of spiritual or religious beliefs. Many of the things that they followed were connected to natural or polytheistic religions, meaning they worshipped more than one entity. Below you will find some of the objects at Abaxion, which can be used in the rituals associated with these particular beliefs:
The Celtic Deluxe Chalice is a real beauty, standing at 8 Â½ inches tall with a depiction of the Celtic dragon and symbolizing Celtic rites. The glass body complements the pewter bottom, which displays intricate detail.
The Pewter Poison Chalice offers two spell books at the base of this cup, and a pentagram necklace wrapped around as well. Growing from the spell books is a stem that highlights the form of a goblet. For those of you who don’t know, sitting spell books with occult references close by is a sign that means “a witch is doing her poison” meaning casting spells.
Some chalices will depict a variety of goddesses and gods, as well as zodiac symbols. The Aquarius Rising Deluxe Chalice offers a large 12-inch tall pewter goblet, which shows a traditional image draining water from a bowl that will eventually reach the earth. The base of the goblet showcases the images of all 12 zodiac symbols, which is thought a rarity.
The Pan Goblet is a highly detailed stoneware piece that is filled with color and imagery. Close to 7 inches tall, the mouth of this particular is rather large, measuring 4 Â½ inches. The Cobalt Celtic Circle Chalice is a lovely shade of blue, offering an attractive sandcarved Celtic circle. This lovely glass chalice is about 7 inches tall.
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