This wall decor is dedicated to the Slavic Mother Goddess Mokosh. She is the Goddess of fertility, protector of women, women’s work, and women’s destiny. There are seven primordial gods in Slavic mythology, and only one of them is female which is Mokosh and she is considered the Supreme Mother Goddess. Burned onto the wood on the right is the symbol for her and on the left the symbol for the Slavic Tree of Life. Below in Polish Runes it says,” Matko Bogini Mokosz, wielbimy cię w tym domu.” Which in Polish means Mother Goddess Mokosh, we worship you in this house.
In the center is an ethically sourced Red Fox skull I acquired from a Slavic Witch in Ukraine. Decorated around it is naturally preserved Norwegian Reindeer moss, girasol crystal from Madagascar, geode agate, beach agate and jasper from Oregon and green moss agate.
Approximately 11 inches ( 27.9 cm) by 11 inches (27.9 cm).
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