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:: Morrigan Spirit doll
Morrigan Spirit doll
Morrighan /Morrigan Spirit doll
Approx 5 1/2" Tall if you count Staff & Feathers 9"Tall
She is a fabric wrapped doll. She is wrapped in red fabric & black eyelash fiber fir. She has a clay face which I have painted black and dry brushed with silver. She has long black hair, and has her conjure bag filled with a blackthorn berry, heather flowers, apple & a moonstone. She wears her crow/raven necklace and has a staff with black ribbon, a crow feather & a red feather..
She is free standing on a wood base.
EACH Doll is hand crafted and will vary in looks, feathers
Her personality is associated with the sometimes frightening aspects of female energy.
The origins of the Morrígan seem to reach directly back to the megalithic cult of the Mothers. The Mothers (Matrones, Idises, Dísir, etc.) usually appeared as triple goddesses and their cult was expressed through both battle ecstasy and regenerative ecstasy.
The Morrigu is prophetess of all misfortune in battle and has knowledge of the fate of humanity. She is also the messenger of death as the dark lady/washer at the ford : Morrigan is seen washing bloody laundry prior to battle by those destined to die.
As a protectress she empowers an individual to confront challenges with great personal strength, even against seemingly overwhelming odds. Roman chroniclers reported that Celts went into battle naked, exposing tattoos to summon their magical forces.
"The Mare-Queen" is often shown as a black raven or hooded crow, who feeds on the killed warriors after battle. She appears also as a caillech, one-eyed old woman. As a shape shifter, she would often appear as a raven or red cow.
The 'Phantom Queen,'s role and cult can easily be identified as remains of a matriarchal cult. She has a lot in common with goddesses like Inanna/Ishtar, the Indian Kali or Hecate.
Handmade by The Shabby Witch.
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Shipping Weight: 1lbs
3 Units in Stock
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 21 May, 2014.
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