24 Round End Table. Outdoor Coffee Table.

24 Round End Table

24 round end table
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  • (End tables) are small tables typically placed beside couches or armchairs. Often lamps will be placed on an end table.
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24 round end table - Cappuccino Espresso
Cappuccino Espresso Finish Wood Bed Side Table 24"
Cappuccino Espresso Finish Wood Bed Side Table 24"
Done in a cappuccino finish. These night stands are made of mostly hardwood. This multi-use table is new on the market and will make a wonderful addition to your home. Some of the uses include: end table, bedside table, chair side table, nightstand, accent table, occasional table, entry table, or side table. They are great for placing reading lamps, nic-knacks, and decorations on. The clean sensible lines blend well with most decor. The handy nook is a great place to store books, magazines, cds, and things you want to keep handy. The drawer allow you to keep those messy items out of stock. Note the round nickel pulls handles on the drawer.

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#24 SR Fine Jewelry: Morgana
#24 SR Fine Jewelry: Morgana
Legend The Morrigan and her Germano-Celtic Counterparts, A dissertation by Angelique Gulermovich Epstein This paper is about the Goddess Morrigan, whom archeological evidence now tells us, dates back beyond the Copper age, and was the dominant Goddess of Europe called the Great Goddess. When I read the material about Morrigan I suspected that there was more to her story, and that she was a transporter between life and death., a birth Goddess and a death Goddess in that she moved the soul through these cycles. Later writing seems to concentrate on her connection to death, but comes to view her , as warrior societies often do, in a way connected to their own needs ( power, energy, enchantment and warfare.) Some writing of course does not, she is seen as a healer, the protector of the land and the person who brings Arthur to power. I went through literary accounts of her to give a fuller picture of her, one that is I think more meaningful to many people, including myself. Stone stelae with sculpted breasts have been discovered at Castelucio de Sauri, some with only breasts and a necklace as a marker. They date back to the Copper Age c.3000BC. In Spain, France, Portugal and England statues, menhirs and stone slabs frequently also display her eyes, her beak and sometimes her vulva. Parts of her seem hidden, then appearing so as one looks at the pottery artifacts there is more and more of her to piece together. She is a bird goddess, an earth goddess, and her breasts not only nourish the living they also regenerate the dead. Her breasts were believed to form the hills in County Kerry called Da Chich Annan. ( the paps of Anu) She is the Irish Morrigan, Goddess of Death and Guardian of the Dead. She has in these early Celtic appirations, a bird’s head ( often a crow , raven or vulture) and breasts, and on the vessels depicting her there is a symbol for the number three. Sometimes three lines are connected and depict a triple energy that flows from her body, as she is giver and sustainer of life. Very early she is under stood to be a triple goddess, a shape shifter, a three part person. Her names are plentiful and sound like her original name. In Newgarange Ireland is her grand megalithic tomb-shrine, in it three stone cells, three stone basins engravings of triple snake spirals, coils, arcs and brow ridges. Her signs appear on spindle whirls, altars, sacrificial vessels, vases, pebbles, and pendants. She is the chevron and V, the inverted triangle, the earth element. She is the triple source of power needed to regenerate cycles, to take one from life to death and from death to life. Figurines that pair sprouting seed and vulvas, fish in the ocean, and the female body as a passageway. Vultures and owls are associated with her.. Spirals, crows and ravens. Lunar circles and snake coils. Female figures lock to form circles, fairy rings, and circles de fees. Her followers do energetic ring dances, dangerous to an intruder who tries to break in. Her circles transmit energy by the increased powers of stone, water, mound of circling motion. She is the moon’s three phases, maiden, nymph and crone. The moons, new, waxing and old. She is the source of life giving, death and transformation. regeneration and renewing. Marie Gimbutas, the emeritus professor of European Archeology. who has written extensively on her artifacts, believes that knowledge of her can lead the world towards a sexually equalitarian, non violent, and earth centered future. Some writers claim that she did not have a consort, others that her consort was the horned god. It seems at least that if there were other gods they did not subordinate her in the beginning. As the Celtic lands became less agrarian, and more dependent on a warrior class for survival, and as they became more sophisticated, the area will with gods and goddesses. Robert Graves describes this aspectual division of the goddess into many kinds of females and powers as analogous to the battle of the trees, in which powers divided among the seasons, each one dominant at a certain time. Joseph Campbell and other Jungians might argue that the Copper Age understanding of Morrigan was a form of monotheism. I think there is another perspective that might also be taken by many Druids, that whatever enters this life to pull us out of Abred is fractured in our vision, and as we are spirits inside spirits our visions are personal and come with our most meaningful experiences, and slip away when they are generalized too far. So we are polytheists, in this sense.( I think both of these approaches are fruitful.) The female figures into which Morrigan is divided do not seem to be as powerful after the Amairgin invasion, at least in much of the literature which has been preserved, often she is seem through the eyes of frightened men. The Celtic Druid’s Years by John King claims that Samhain was the mating time between Dagda ( the great God) and Morrigan. Lugh might also have been a con
Round Empire End Table -item 35-
Round Empire End Table    -item 35-
Round Empire End Table with Marble top Dimensions: 24.3/4 inches round x 26 inches high Detail of Marble top

24 round end table