Collections: Figurines, Figurines and Statuary, Greek and Roman Mythology, Newly Added!, Spiritual
Type: Sculptures & Statues
Diana, Goddess of the Moon, Huntress, and guardian of light, mountains, and woodlands and all who dwell within. Once a sacrificial mating goddess, she later became an eternal virgin, and still later, "The Goddess of the Witches." She is the Greek equivalent of Artemis. Mother of Aradia, (sometimes recorded as Herodias.)
In modern times, she is understood as the Goddess of strong, independent women. While she might enjoy a man, (or a woman) she does not need one. She is complete and content in herself and her life.
All information about metaphysical properties is for reference only. It is a combination of research on how the gemstones have been used by different cultures today and throughout history, and our own personal experience. We do not recommend using crystals as a substitute for conventional medical or psychological treatment and do not claim they cure or heal medical conditions. Please always listen to the advice of your medical professional and only use crystals as a complementary therapy in addition to medical treatment.