Morrigan Tree of Life Pendant


Morrigan is a transporter between life and death; a birth Goddess and a death Goddess in that she moves the soul through these cycles. She is a healer, the protector of the land. She is a bird goddess and an earth goddess.

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Morrigan Tree of Life Pendant

This Morrigan Tree of Life Pendant is handcrafted with permanently colored black Copper wire that has been twisted and molded to form a distinctive Tree design. Genuine tumbled Garnet gemstone chips embellish its stately branches while an ivory Mother of Pearl moon peeks out from the background. This one-of-a-kind piece is completed with a Pewter Raven skull charm that is embossed with a delicate flower upon its brow.

She is the Irish Morrigan, Goddess of Death and Guardian of the Dead. She has in early Celtic representations, a bird’s head. She is understood to be a triple goddess, a shape shifter, a three part person. She is the triple source of power needed to regenerate cycles, to take one from life to death and from death to life.

Garnet is a stone of regeneration and energizing. Garnet can boost the energy of an entire system and revitalize it. It is said to be stabilizing in that it can bring order to chaos whether internal or external.

Garnet is a protective energy stone which is especially known for protection from evil, during travel, nightmares, and from wounds. Garnet has been used to release bad karma, which can be considered a form of protection in this life.

Being one of our regular sized Tree of Life pendants, this design is two inches in diameter not including the bail. The bail is approximately half an inch tall.

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