- Pendant size: approx. 3x4cm / 1/1.5 inches
- Chain size: 46 cm + 10cm extension / 18 inches + 4 inches extension
- Card size: 10x15 cm / 4x6 inches
- Material: Brass, with the image set in crystal-clear resin
- Works perfectly as a necklace, keychain or ornament to be hung in your car!
Shipped from Estonia.
Each unique pendant comes with its own card, featuring the image found in the necklace of the deity. When opened, there is a brief introduction of the goddess in history and their significance in mythology, concluding with a short blessing (see more in product images). It makes for a perfect gift to any mythology and history lover, or anyone who is captivated by the magic of the divine feminine and wants to implement their blessings and protection into their everyday life!
Text in card:
Persephone, a prominent figure in Greek mythology, embodies a unique dual nature, representing both the light and the dark aspects of life. Initially known as Kore, symbolizing her status as the maiden or young goddess of spring, her life is forever altered when she is abducted by Hades, the god of the underworld. This event dramatically shifts her role, as she becomes the queen of the underworld, symbolizing death and the afterlife. Despite this, Persephone's presence in the underworld is only seasonal.
Each year, Persephone's return to the surface marks the onset of spring and the rejuvenation of life, embodying growth, renewal, and the light aspect of her nature. Her departure to the underworld signifies the beginning of autumn and winter, representing decay, dormancy, and the darker aspect of her existence. This cyclical journey of Persephone is deeply intertwined with the changing seasons, reflecting the natural balance between life and death, light and dark.
She evolves from a mere maiden to a powerful queen, holding sway over the dead while also being a symbol of life and rebirth. This duality in her character has made her an enduring figure in mythology, representing the intrinsic link between opposing forces in the natural world.
“Do not worry about your contradictions - Persephone is both floral maiden and queen of death. You, too, can be both.” - Nichole McElhaney, A Sisterhood of Thorns and Vengeance
May this amulet guide you through the seasons of life with grace and resilience. Let it be a symbol of renewal and hope, as it embraces the dualities of her journey. May you find the strength to bloom in the light, the wisdom to navigate the shadows, and the courage to embrace change. May her journey inspire you to find beauty in growth, balance in transition, and the sweet promise of rebirth in every ending.