10/08/2011

New! Ancient Samhain S4H kit (a Celtic Halloween tail)





Ancient Samhain S4H kit by Kakleidesigns
(a Celtic Halloween tail)
Our modern-day Halloween celebration comes from the ancient Celtic holiday called Samhain (SOW-en). October 31 was the Celtic New Year's Eve, the end of the year. This is the time of the season which the Crone rules. The Crone is one aspect of the triple Goddess, made up of Maiden, and Mother and Crone. Essayist Christina Aubin says it is the Crone who "opens the Western gate for those who have departed to travel into Summer-land. She rules areas of death and regeneration, occult sciences, healing, and the wisdom of the ages . . . . We use the Crone to assist us in transition from one life to the next, leaving one level of our existence and entering the next. This brings us into the Womb of the Mother to assist us in being reborn once again. For it is through Her Wisdom and guidance we learn lessons from experience past and begin life anew from the wisdom gained." "Crone Goddess" by Wendy Andrew

Made in amazing vintage textures, soft Halloween Victorian tones, this kit is something to treasure for diversity, creativity and beauty. Enjoy. Papers: 17 gorgeous papers of 12x12 inches-JPG-300dpi and 3 stacked papers with accessories of 12x12 inches-JPG-300dpi. Elements: 70 vintage, assorted gorgeous elements in PNG-300dpi. (shields, skulls, candles, flowers, antiques and so much more)

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