The spiral goddess represents the continuation of life, death, and rebirth. Spiral Goddess has become perhaps the best known modern symbol of the Divine Feminine; and both the spiral and the moon are strongly associated with Her. The moon is the symbol of the Goddess, and its three phases – waxing, full, and waning – relate to the three aspects of Maiden, Mother, and Crone. The life renewing potential of the Spiral appears in the stories of various cultures, as a representation of the universal process of growth, as well as the desire for diverse expressions of creativity.It is a natural function for human beings to grow, change and evolve…and the Spiral symbolizes this process of growth and evolution. It is a process of coming to the same point again and again, but at a different level, so that everything is seen in a new light. The result is a new perspective on issues, people, and places. The Wheel of the Year is a representation of the eight pagan holidays or Wiccan Sabbats. These holidays honor and celebrate the seasons and cycles of life for those who practice paganism or Wicca. Even those who are not of these spiritual denominations or beliefs recognize these holidays in different ways. 20cm diameter on birch wood slice.
Spiral goddess wheel of the year.