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Victory Angel Necklace in Galaxy Mix by Whispering Goddess

Whispering Goddess


The  Victory Angel Necklace in Galaxy Mix features an intricately carved Victory Angel from Great Britain.  Cross of Saint Benedict. The Cross of Saint Benedict (aka San Benito) is a sacramental holy medal that has been believed to repel evil for centuries.  

The gunmetal linked chain is offered in 17" or 22" based on your preference.   If you need a longer or shorter size we can make one for you.  It's a very special necklace because of the rarity of the medal.  Made in the USA, in our sweet studio sanctuary  in Wellfleet, MA.  Medals are cast for us by artisans  in New England.   

The healing properties of the gemstones are as follows: 
Gray Opal - Grounding & Insight
Labradorite - Protection, Energy & Intuition
Hematite - Courage, Strength, Endurance and Vitality

Length: 17 or 22" as offered below,  but available in any length by special order.. 

Color: Black with dashes of illumination like the night sky from the Gray Opal, Labradorite and Hematite. 

Materials: Gunmetal Silver and 22KT Matte Gold 

 

 History of this Victory Medal: 

In ancient Rome, Victoria was the Goddess of Victory and is the Peace Angel of the United Kingdom.  She was designed to replicate the Angel Victoria similar to the statue surmounting the Queen Victoria Memorial , in front of Buckingham Palace in London.   

As a  winged Goddess, these attributes allowed her to mediate and deliver messages between the Gods and Humankind.  On this medal, she appears carrying a a laurel wreath - the symbol of Peace with her arm outstretched to a hopeful future.  She is a symbol of success and determination, her presence refers to success  in all undertakings.  

In Rome, Victoria  came to be regarded as the protecting goddess of the Senate and her statue in the Curia Julia was the cause of the final combat between Christianity and Paganism toward the end of the 4th century.  Her winged image was adapted into art throughout the ages and can be be recognized as the angels we know today. 

 

 

 

       



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