This handmade clay sculpture talisman is a functional magnet and is a replica of the clay statues of male gods found in the archaeological excavations of ancient Tryillian sites. While not as common as the female goddess figurine, these idols were displayed in every household as a symbol of blessing, fertility, and prosperity. The Trypillian culture was an advanced Neolithic culture that thrived from 5500 to 2750 BCE. Thousands of these goddesses have been found in the areas of modern-day Ukraine, Romania, Moldova.
These talismans are handmade for us by Ukrainian master ceramicist Zhanna Rossypchuk (Жанна Россипчук) of Ceramystery. She sculpts and then fires each piece by hand, using the ancient technique of “milk firing,” where the pottery is covered with high-fat milk, then baked in the kiln.
This magnet is a small handmade sculpture of this ancient god. He can be placed on any steel surface to honor your ancient ancestors, the great father, or the old gods. Put a petition paper for your good fortune underneath the magnet to invite your ancestors to bless your wish. Place a drop of your favorite spiritual oil on him to charge him even more and he will bless you with abundance.
Each one is a unique and handmade work of art and no two are exactly alike.
God measures 3.5″ tall x 1″ wide and has a magnet on the back.