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Juno Lucina Goddess of Midwifery Sculpture (statue, Gaia, Haumea, Hera, Diana, Brigid, doula, midwife, fertility, childbirth)

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Listen.
I tend the mothers.
I tell of the magic found
In baby's laughter
The power of blood
The quiet wisdom
Of rising again
Small footprints imprinted on my heart
Guide my way.

This handmade Story Goddess carries the energy of Juno Lucina, the Roman goddess of fertility, pregnancy, and childbirth. Said to watch over pregnant women and birthing women, she is one of the goddesses of midwives. She is cast in resin and colored with russet (red) mica pigment. Her silver-tone belt carries a moss agate stone bead. Moss agate is known as the midwife's stone and is said to be associated with fertility, abundance, growth, and strength. The charm is a rose-gold tone tree of life which represents the midwife's connection to the life force as well as making a thematic connection the placenta and its vital role.

The belt is removable and can be interchanged with any of the other belts in our Story Goddess collection.

This Story Goddess is also associated with, and can represent, several other goddesses of fertility and childbirth: Gaia, Demeter, Haumea, Diana, Here, and Brigid.

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 desk, your greenhouse, your office, 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.

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Notes:

You can read more about Juno Lucina here: http://www.thaliatook.com/OGOD/lucina.html

Each figure is handmade and has small imperfections due to handcrafting such as trim marks, seams, fingerprints, or bubbles that make them unique.

Sculptures are each finished for you when you order and demand is high. We usually ship within 2-3 days of order, but may occasionally need 5 days before shipping.

All items in the Story Goddess collection may be viewed here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BrigidsGrove?section_id=18852088&ref=shopsection_leftnav_9
Listen.
I tend the mothers.
I tell of the magic found
In baby's laughter
The power of blood
The quiet wisdom
Of rising again
Small footprints imprinted on my heart
Guide my way.

This handmade Story Goddess carries the energy of Juno Lucina, the Roman goddess of fertility, pregnancy, and childbirth. Said to watch over pregnant women and birthing women, she is one of the goddesses of midwives. She is cast in resin and colored with russet (red) mica pigment. Her silver-tone belt carries a moss agate stone bead. Moss agate is known as the midwife's stone and is said to be associated with fertility, abundance, growth, and strength. The charm is a rose-gold tone tree of life which represents the midwife's connection to the life force as well as making a thematic connection the placenta and its vital role.

The belt is removable and can be interchanged with any of the other belts in our Story Goddess collection.

This Story Goddess is also associated with, and can represent, several other goddesses of fertility and childbirth: Gaia, Demeter, Haumea, Diana, Here, and Brigid.

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 desk, your greenhouse, your office, 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.

--

Notes:

You can read more about Juno Lucina here: http://www.thaliatook.com/OGOD/lucina.html

Each figure is handmade and has small imperfections due to handcrafting such as trim marks, seams, fingerprints, or bubbles that make them unique.

Sculptures are each finished for you when you order and demand is high. We usually ship within 2-3 days of order, but may occasionally need 5 days before shipping.

All items in the Story Goddess collection may be viewed here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BrigidsGrove?section_id=18852088&ref=shopsection_leftnav_9

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Juno Lucina Goddess of Midwifery Sculpture (statue, Gaia, Haumea, Hera, Diana, Brigid, doula, midwife, fertility, childbirth)

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