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Mary Star of the Sea Goddess

handmade by Brigids Grove

24.99

This handmade Story Goddess is made exclusively for Womancraft by Brigid’s Grove to accompany Bridget Supple’s book, The Birthkeeper of Bethlehem. It is also a beautiful companion to Lucy H. Pearce’s book She of the Sea, which references her.

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This blue feminine Mary Star of the Sea Goddess figure with a silver tone star belt represents both the energy of the midwife Salome, delivering the baby Jesus under the magical winter star, and also the energy of his mother, Mary, known as Stella Maris, Star of the Sea.

The handmade Mary Star of the Sea Goddess is made exclusively for Womancraft by Brigid's Grove to accompany Bridget Supple's book, The Birthkeeper of Bethlehem. It is also a beautiful companion to Lucy H. Pearce's book She of the Sea, which references her.

The belt is removable and can be interchanged with any of the other belts in our Story Goddess collection. This goddess is meant to be a companion goddess, to travel with you, to share your experiences and stories, and to bless your space--your altar, your desk, your circle, your pocket, with her power and essence. She is about four inches tall and very sturdy – she can get wet or be dropped without being damaged.

Created in resin, handmade by Brigid's Grove.

Additional information

Weight 0.15 kg
Dimensions 100 mm
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handmade by Brigids Grove

Brigids Grove

Meet Brigid's Grove

We are delighted to team up with the powerhouse Brigid’s Grove partnership of husband and wife, Molly and Mark...

"We’ve been happily married since 1998 and have four energetic children. Molly has a lifelong interest in women’s issues and women’s empowerment. With time, that passion came to focus on birth and breastfeeding and then continued to evolve into a commitment to the entire spectrum of Women’s Mysteries throughout the seasons of a woman’s life. At Brigid’s Grove, we create original goddess art sculptures and pendants, ritual and ceremony kits, birth art, publish Womanrunes book and card sets, and offer online priestess trainings through our Creative Spirit Circle."

Why Brigid?

"Brigid is the Irish triple goddess of smithcraft/metalwork, poetry, and midwifery. She is also a Christian saint associated with midwives, birthing mothers, and infants. We chose this name based on how beautifully Brigid represents the interests and skills of our whole family."

Molly Remer is also the author of our beautiful title Walking with Persephone, published in 2021.