Sheela Na Gig Wall Plaque Celtic Fertility Symbol, seen in various forms throughout the British Isles and the Norse world, but always in a squatting position, giving birth to new generations. Often found above doorways. See http://www.ancestralacupuncture.com/blog-2/2015/1/20/voices-of-ancient-europe-jack-roberts for an indepth look at the symbolic meaning of Sheela Na Gigs. Hand-sculpted from ancient artifact images. Made of kiln fired stoneware (not plaster), with glaze or a colored wash…
Hare necklace, Fertility symbol, Lucky charm, Irish jewelry, Ireland coin, For her, Men's necklace, Rabbit necklace, 1935
Evil eye utilisé pour jeter une malediction , les francs maçonniers gardaient leur techniques de construction secretes et sont aujourd'hui recherchés pour pouvoir ouvrir une de leur constructions souterraine la plus mysterieuse qui contiendrait une chose d'une valeur inestimable .(kida)
Sheela Na Gig Taken from the famous 11th century church in Kilpeck, England, this Celtic Goddess figure is thought to have served both as a fertility symbol, a goddess related to death and rebirth and a protector against evil spirits.
Art by Вита Белова Vita Belova, Saint Petersburg The Gamayun is a Prophetess of Wisdom from the ancient oral traditions (shamanic) folklore and her symbol is the death and rebirth process of the fertility symbol of the Bird and its Birth (the egg). Gamayun is also in modern times a prophetic bird of Russian folklore, a symbol of wisdom and knowledge and lives on an island in the east, close to paradise making her a heavenly creature.:
Ankh also known as key of life, the key of the Nile or crux ansata (Latin meaning "cross with a handle"), was the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic character that read "life", a triliteral sign for the consonants ꜥ-n-ḫ. Egyptian gods are often portrayed carrying it by its loop, or bearing one in each hand, arms crossed over their chest.