Aradia The Wiccan Queen of Witches Bronze Figurine 25cm
Aradia The witches' Queen of the Wiccans.
Bronze statue of a goddess.
Produced using the best resin.
Finished in bronze.
The term Aradia, which translates to "Goddess of Witches," was originally used by Charles Godfrey Leland in the Gospel of Witches. Aradia is presented in the Gospel as a messiah who came to Earth to educate the oppressed peasants how to practise witchcraft so they may use it against the Roman Catholic Church and the upper class. She holds an orb in one hand and a book in the other as she stands proudly in front of a crumbling stone arch. A little cat is lying next to her while she is dressed in a long, flowing gown and wearing a gold necklace with a ruby red pendant below her chest. This statue, which was professionally polished in bronze after being cast in the finest resin, is ideal for any fan of witchcraft or Wicca.
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