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Does your sacred space need some Cornish energy in it? Then our phenomenal Cornish Wheel of the Year might just do the trick!
Do you have a deep & soulful connection to the sacred land of Cornwall? Are you always dreaming of this place and its myths, mysteries & magic?
This artwork is inspired by the teachings of The Temple of Cornwall Mystery School, where our students & community alike are fully immersed into the Cornish Wheel of the Year.
Each notch on the wheel represents a Cornish Celtic festival and their related elemental beings, deities & energy. Each print comes with a beautifully presented written explanation of each festival.
Our Artist in Residence is the beloved Welsh artist, Emlyn. You can find his work at https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/RedDragonArtwork
High quality giclée, printed in exclusive small scale batches.
Each print arrives to you unframed, and either in a protective cardboard envelope (A4) or a protective cardboard tube (A3 & A2). All our packaging is eco-friendly and either recycled or recyclable. We post using Royal Mail 2nd class. There is no artists watermark on the physical print you will receive.
💚 Imbolc & The Cornish Knockers Knockers are the earthy elemental beings that rule the time of year of Imbolc. They are protective little sprites who commonly dwell in our many mines here in Cornwall, but they can be found deep within the soil of this ancient body of land, and they sometimes travel so deep as to even be found atop the amethyst and serpentine crystal core that runs throughout Cornwall
💜 Ostara & The Cornish Fay The Cornish Fay are the most famous and ‘traditional’ of our blessed elemental beings, yet there is nothing traditional about them. I’m sure you have had you own experiences of faeries in the past, but perhaps you have not experienced the Cornish ones just yet. Their energy is much more playful and welcoming then perhaps traditional fairy lore would have you believe. There is nothing to fear with these Cornish faeries, so long as you treat them with the respect and dignity that they deserve & rightfully demand
❤ Beltane & Cernunnous He that is the ancient wildness of nature…He that seeks you out, to tempt you into the shadows of the forests to draw out your true essence. He is Cernunnos, ancient God of the wild and of nature. He presents himself to you in many different ways. Sometimes he can be Lover of the land, arriving before you with bold large horns atop his head. Other times he can be the fleeting shadow that you think you saw dart between the trees. As your protector he arrives with a sheathed sword at his side, and a guiding hand to navigate you. His presence is strong and palpable
💙 Litha & The Mermaid Priestesses of Lyonesse Being a county that is surrounded by water on all four sides, we are quite proud of our mermaid myths. They protect this land from any external influences, and can be quiet violent with their duties when called to be so! They have been known to sink ships that had ill intentions, but also aid smugglers to leave their secret coves unseen by authoritarian eyes. Our mermaids are great protectors of women & feminine folk especially, so when you seek their help they will listen and assist you on a deep level. They can be found in our seas, but their home is the sunken land of Lyonesse that lies off the coast of Lands End.
🧡 Lammas & The Goddess Ker Ker is the Celtic mother Goddess of the grain, a harvest which is most abundant in Cornwall! The Cornish name for Cornwall actually stems from Her name…Kernow, the land of the golden grain. Ker usually presents herself as ever-pregnant, glowing and radiant like a content woman in her second trimester. She waits for us in the fields of gold. She is the great nurturer, and loves with a fierceness that only a mother can. She is unconditional with the gift that she shares with us. She is natural equality, for she loves us all as one; she is not bothered about what makes us different from one another, but she admires what makes us unique. It is She who feeds and clothes us spiritually; she nurtures our mind, body and soul for all of time. She is where we and the land of Cornwall came from, and where we all return to…the Great Womb of the Mother
💚 Mabon & The Cornish Dragons Within the remits of Cornish energy, Mabon is where our land dragons begin to stretch and yawn themselves awake…Over many centuries, Britons Dragons had to become reclusive, and bury themselves away within the landscape to hide away from the hunter humans, but as humans begin their hibernation, the Dragons begin to be a bit more adventurous! The Cornish Dragons represent awakenings, whether they be spiritual, empowered, divine feminine/masculine, etc. for it represents them all! We can also relate the Cornish Dragon energy to that of serpentine energy as well, especially when viewed through the Eastern spirituality lens of Kundalini energy
💜 Samhain & Morganna Le Fay Morganna Le Fay was King Arthurs half-sister, but they did not grow up together as she was sent to train as a Priestess. Over time her & Arthurs paths would join and then separate again, much like the winding path that many twin flames take. She is most well known for being the Priestess of the royal court for King Arthur, but by this point in her life she was also chosen to be the conduit for the fairies. So she walked her Priestess path with a foot in both worlds, that of the Fay and that of the human. She would enchant, manifest, protect and serve her land, her Goddess & her Lord, and it was she who made men Kings, and she who brought the old Kings to their sacrifice to save the land and its people. Morganna is the Priestess of Priestess’s. She is your spirit sister, your teacher and your healer. It is she who journeys into the realms of women’s mysteries and their spiritual power, and helps us to restore our own feminine spiritual power to fullness. She has the strength and light of the full moon, but also the stillness and the knowledge of the new moon.
🤍 Yule & Merlin Merlin…the masculine counterpart to Morganna Le Fay, but somehow even more mysterious than She. He is famously the spiritual advisor to King Arthur and his royal court, but Merlin is much more ancient than even that. He has always been and will always Be. Merlin weaves fates and destinies of people together for the betterment of the land and for the highest good of humanity. He is the ultimate shapeshifter, changing his guise to suit his purpose. In Cornwall he can be found deep inside caves and out atop craggy clifftop stones. He is stillness and silence personified, that deeply mystical place within us that we journey into to serve as only our inner Priestess, Priestex or Priest can serve.
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