Mermaids have been known to be good or evil depending of what legend you listen to, some save people from certain death, while others bring people to it. The mermaid is a water spirit rejoicing in the subtle energies of that element.
The Druid Mermaid Necklace
The story of Dahud, a Druid Pagan Princess, tells of how one religion supplanted another in the Ancient world of Pagans and Christians. The daughter of a Christian King and a Druid Sorceress, Dahud was a Pagan and Druid through and through. She was adored by her people as a goddess and leader. Her legend had to be destroyed in the quest to supplant the Druid religion with Christianity. Christians began to alter the old Celtic stories to portray Druidess Heroines [i.e. Knowledgeable Women] and the whole Druid Order as Evil Witches and Sorcerers.
Dahud was portrayed by them as wickedly licentious, a goddess of debauchery, to make her and all Druids seem evil to any potential Christian converts. Dahud was strongly opposed to Christianity, and therefore a Christian legend was created that God had her whole city destroyed by a flood and that she, drowning with her people, was transformed into a Mermaid as she sank beneath the waves thus proving that the Christian God was supreme.
Dahud also symbolizes a rebellion against Christian Masculine authority...The full significance of this becomes clear when one considers her unrestrained, passionate, 'licentious' Pagan lifestyle as completely against the restrictive teachings of the Early Church.
Crafted in lead-free pewter. Comes with a 36 inch cord with a lead free accent bead as well as an informational booklet with this story.
Item #: UT376, Price: $19.99
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