Neo Paganism Posters and Art Prints

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satanic bull skull with mystical calligraphy around

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Sweet As Hell

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Classic Pentagram in black and white

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Hail Satan!

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Satan Is For Lovers

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Hail Satan - awesome retro typographic design for the unassuming Satanic worshiper in your life!

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Kojo Baiden is an Adinkra symbol. Adinkra is the name of a group of symbols from Ghana that were inspired by the clothing of a captured king. They were originally was used to print on clothing for funerals but is now used for other purposes too (clothing, pottery, woodcarvings etc.). It traditionally represents the Cosmos and omnipresence. The background texture was created by adding green and red, and then lifting some of the color off with a brush.

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Kojo Baiden Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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Chaos Star, a symbol of chaos adopted by practitioners of chaos magick

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Chaos Star Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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Yin and Yang from Taoism. The background is a blended blue.

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Yin and Yang Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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This symbol is found in many NeoPagan and Wiccan traditions as a symbol of the Triple Goddess described as the Maiden, the Mother, and the Crone, each of which symbolizes both a separate stage in the female life cycle and a phase of the Moon. The waxing moon is the Maiden and symbolizes purity, youth, beginnings, rejuvenation, excitement, enthusiasm, enchantment and expansion. The full moon is the Mother and represents fulfilment, fertility, stability, compassion, sexuality, giving, caring, nurturing, protection and power. The waning moon represents the Crone and stands for maturity, wisdom, intuition, experience, knowledge, understanding, completion, death and rebirth.

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Triple Moon Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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Symbol number thirty-four is the Hindi word Namaste. The background was created using green and water droplets.

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Namaste Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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This is the true symbol of the medical profession but often confused with the Caduceus wand of Hermes. Aesculapius was the Greek God of healing. The pattern in the background was created with a combination of wet-on-wet and wet-on-dry.

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Asclepius Wand Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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In Buddhism, it’s the symbol of the seventh chakra, what connects us to the Universe and the divine. Some of its keywords are unity, connection, serenity, joy, peace, empathy. The word in Sanskrit translates to thousand-petaled.l. The background texture was created by dripping color onto a wet surface.

Tags: abstract, buddhism, watercolor, symbol, chakras

Sahasrara Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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The twenty-third symbol is Hekate’s Wheel from Greece. The background texture was created by dripping color onto a wet surface.

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In Santeria and Vodun, a Simbi is a messenger spirit, the bearer of souls to all places, and the creative principle. The background was created with color puddles and splattering. Who do you think of when you read this? Maybe someone who’s an artist?

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Simbi Veve Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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Awen which is a Gaelic word for “inspiration” or “essence”. Awen is what sparks an idea and gives it form. Druids embrace creativity as part of their spiritual path. It’s so important to them that many modern Druids use the Awen symbol as the primary symbol of their spiritual path. The three rays of light also symbolize the importance of threes, which is a sacred number in Druidry. The three rays are also said to represent the harmony of opposites in the universe. One example would be that the two outer rays represent male and female energy, and the central ray the balance between them.

Tags: watercolor, symbol, druid-symbol, painting, druidism

Awen Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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Symbol number twenty-five is Lucifer’s Sigil from 16th century Italy. The background texture was created by dripping water onto damp paint and letting it blossom.

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the World Tree from Norse mythology. This stylized version appears on the Överhogdal Tapestry from 1066 which depicts the events of Ragnarok. The tree connects the nine worlds in Norse cosmology. In one of the myths, it’s said that its branches extend all over the world over the heavens, and it’s supported by three roots that reach far out into other realms. One theory is that the tree was a way to explain the cosmos, a way of explaining the unexplainable. Another is that the tree is what binds everything together. It weaves through the nine worlds, joining them together. Odin found the wisdom of the runes by hanging in the tree for nine days. Several creatures live in the tree itself, all with their own function and symbolism.

Tags: neo-paganism, asatru, viking, yggdrasil, symbol

Yggdrasil Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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The Web of Wyrd is an Anglo-Saxon symbol which symbolizes the threads of fate spun by the Norns. It can serve as a reminder that the past affects the present and the present affects the future. It’s built from nine staves arranged in an angular grid, and it contains all of the shapes of the runes and therefore all of the past, present, and future possibilities represented by them.

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Web of Wyrd Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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Did you know that several cultures consider the Lotus a holy flower? In Buddhism, it’s associated with purity of body, speech, and mind, as well as a spiritual awakening. It’s thought of as pure because it’s able to be perfectly clean despite being rooted in mud. It’s also a symbol of detachment because the water easily slides off its petals. In Hinduism, it’s associated with beauty, fertility, prosperity, spirituality, and eternity. Many of the Hindu deities are linked to the Lotus. Laxmi, the goddess of prosperity, is usually depicted as being seated on a fully open lotus flower. Brahma, the god of creation, is in some accounts considered to have been born from a lotus flower growing from Vishnu’s navel.

Tags: spirituality, hinduism, buddhism, abstract-painting, abstract

Lotus Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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.It’s related to trinities, continuity, and balance. Some of the more current interpretations say that it is a symbol for the cycles of life, personal growth, human development, and spiritual expansion. Because it’s sometimes drawn in one continuous line, it’s also said to represent a continuous movement of time. It was created in watercolor, using a wet on wet technique, and then I applied some bubble wrap to add some texture to it. Who do you think of when you read this? Forward the card to the special person that comes to mind when you read this explanation

Tags: watercolor, pagan, symbol, neo-paganism, abstract

Triskelion Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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Mjölnir or Thor's Hammer, a Norse Symbol. Thor is the protector of mankind in Norse mythology and Asatru. The hammer has been used as a symbol of protection for a very long time. The meaning of the symbol itself is power, strength, protection (both personal protection and protection of mankind). This particular one is loosely based on an archaeological find from Skåne, Sweden. The background was created using a combination of a gradation from red to blue, and salt texture.

Tags: germanic-symbols, watercolor, symbol, asatru, pagan

Thor's Hammer Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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The fifteenth of the symbols is a Spiral Goddess from Wicca. The background texture was created by allowing the colors to blossom.

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Spiral Goddess Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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The Roman symbol for the planet Mercury. It's also been used to symbolize Mercury (the metal) in alchemy. I created the background by adding some stronger colors, moving them around, and then enhancing the impression with some sgraffito.

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Mercury Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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Symbol number twenty-one is the Tursaansydän from the Finnish Ukko tradition. The texture of the background was created by pulling the paint from the corners and splattering some on top.

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Tursaansydän Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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A Sumerian Cuneiform for Anu, the sky God. The background was painted wet on wet and made to resemble clouds.

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Anu Cuneiform Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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My forty-eighth symbol is a Germanic symbol of winter. The background was made using plastic wrap to get a texture resembling ice.

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Winter Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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A Peacock symbol used on Turkish rugs which represents immortality. The background was created using a wet on wet technique, and some drops of water.

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Peacock Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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The I Ching symbol for Fire. The background was painted in red, orange, and yellow to give the illusion of fire.

Tags: neo-paganism, paganism, painting, pagan, watercolor

Fire Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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A Wiccan symbol for a blessing. The texture in the corners was created using salt.

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Blessing Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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The Egyptian Djed. It used to be worn as a powerful protective talisman by both the living and the dead. The background was created using a wet on wet technique, and some water spatter.

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Djed Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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The Meness Zime (or Moon Symbol) from Latvia is a symbol found on knitted items and in embroidery. It's most closely related to farming. Farmers worshiped the Moon, as they knew it affects and promotes growth. The Moon was also the protector of soldiers and travelers, and the symbol was worn for protection. The texture in the background was created by covering some areas with acrylic paint before adding the watercolor.

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Meness Zime Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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a symbol that goes back to Neolithic petroglyphs and appears in many different cultures. It’s thought to represent the movements of the sun through a year, marking the solstices and equinoxes. The orange part of the background texture was created by adding two types of salt to the wet paint, leaving a pattern that’s meant to resemble the surface of the Sun.

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Sun Cross Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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The Celtic Triquetra. The symbol is also known as a "trinity knot". It's been found on runestones in Northern Europe and on early Germanic coins and is used by Wiccans as well as Germanic and Norse Pagans. But it's also been used by Christians as a sign of the Trinity. The background was created by masking and painting in layers.

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Triquetra Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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A graphic fir-twig sign of Laima, from Latvia. Laima determined people's destiny, and it was believed that she lived under the threshold and shouldn't be disturbed by handing anything over it. The pattern in the background was created with a combination of wet-on-wet and wet-on-dry.

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Laima Posters and Art

by lindaursin
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The Maori amulet Hei Matau got its name from traditional heirloom fish hooks and is worn as an amulet of protection, especially on water. The background was created to look like water with sunlight hitting it to reflect this property.

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Hei Matau Posters and Art

by lindaursin
$51