Often viewed as the patron god of Egypt, Horus is widely recognized as one of the eldest and most revered of the Egyptian gods. Indeed, in the days of Ancient Egypt the Pharaoh was believed to be Horus in life much as he was believed to be Osiris in death, with each new Pharaoh merely being a new incarnation of Horus; a concept that had overtaken the earlier belief that the Pharaoh was the son of Ra. As the conqueror of Seth, the god of war and hunting, and the protector of Egypt, his symbol, the Eye of Horus, became a symbol of protection and power, helping to ward off evil.

Taking the form of the traditional image of Horus, this statue celebrates the patron deity as he was known to the Ancient Egyptians. With the head of a falcon crowned in rulership of all of Egypt, he is posed as one might see him portrayed in ancient hieroglyphs: one foot slightly forward with his forward hand holding the carrying the traditional staff and his relaxed arm carrying the ankh. The whole piece stands approximately 12" tall, 2 3/4" wide, and 4" deep and has been painted in rich tones of gold and black. 36.95


Few images are so at the core of philosophical and theological debate as the figure of Baphomet. Baphomet did not appear in manuscripts or writing until the 12th century, and thereafter the name and image has been a subject of debate and controversy almost wherever it appears. Here Baphomet is depicted as the Sabbatic Goat, as first illustrated by Eliphas Levi in 1854 within his work "Dogmas and Rituals of High Magic. As such, Baphomet appears as a winged humanoid goat with a pair of breasts and a torch burning between its horns, behind a pentagram marking his brow. The whole of the symbolism is described by Eliphas as:

The goat on the frontispiece carries the sign of the pentagram on the forehead, with one point at the top, a symbol of light, his two hands forming the sign of hermetism, the one pointing up to the white moon of Chesed, the other pointing down to the black one of Geburah. This sign expresses the perfect harmony of mercy with justice. His one arm is female, the other male like the ones of the adrogyn of Khunrath, the attributes of which we had to unite with those of our goat because he is one and the same symbol. The flame of intelligence shining between his horns is the magic light of the universal balance, the image of the soul solely responsible part has to bear the punishment exclusively; because the soul is insensitive according to its nature and can only suffer when it materializes. The rod standing instead of genitals symbolizes eternal life, the body covered with scales the water, the semi-circle above it the atmosphere, the feathers flowing above the volatile. Humanity is represented by the two breasts and the androgyn arms of this sphinx of the occult sciences."

As a figure of great occult symbolism, Baphomet was embraced by Aleister Crowley in Thelema, as a representation of arcane perfection. Similarly, many modern Satanists also look up the symbol as a portrayal of Satan, or a demon. Whatever you choose to believe in its representation, this black statue of Baphomet is a fantastic piece for the magical altar. Sculpted from plaster with impressive attention to detail, it stands approximately 12" tall and 7 1/2" wide at its widest point. 75.95


15" Statue

One of the most celebrated of the Orisha, Chango (or Shango), is revered as the Sky Father; a spirit and god of thunder and lightning. As such, he is often viewed as the chief spirit and power within Santeria, and many other faiths with a Yoruba background. Having culture and ceremony that is perhaps the most intact from the middle passage, Chango is also viewed as a symbol of African resistance against an enslaving European culture. Before he was deified, he was actually the third king of Oyo, in Yorubaland, land and is celebrated for bringing prosperity to his lands, during his life. His worship is said to bring power and self control to his followers, as well the prosperity and protection that he can confer.
/br>Here he is portrayed as a powerfully muscular African man, wearing the crown that marks him as King. Wearing the colors that are his symbol, he is dressed in deep red robes, cinched together with a white belt, and is armored in numerous cowrie shells. Viewed as a powerful protector, the mask of Elegua, the Orisha of trickery, is also left by his feet, along with five cowrie shells. A powerful representation of the Sky Father, this statue of Chango is perfect for your altar, or in decorated your home. It measures approximately 15" high, not including the axe that can be removed from his hand, and 7" wide, and is sculpted in cold-cast resin and natural cowrie shells. 75.95

Antiqued Bronze Shiva Dancing Statue

A brilliant depiction of Shiva, the Hindu figure of absolute divinity, this statue has been beautifully created out of bronze and antiqued so as to lend it an "ancient," quality that only lends to it a certain sacred mystique that only amplifies the symbolism involved in its design.

Shiva, a God of Creation, is portrayed dancing within a ring of fire that represents the creation of the cosmos. With Shiva at its center it represents him at the center of the spark of creation within all things. The entire piece stands approximately 6" tall and 4 3/4" wide. 23.95


Viewed in a duality that matches their form, Centaurs are often considered to possess an untamed nature, embodying the thunder and beauty of a wild herd of horses, leaving them prone to drinking, carousing and even violence, they are also often depicted as wise teachers, like Chiron who was renowned for his knowledge and skill with medicine and was said to have tutored many of the heroes of Greek legend.

This statue seems to embody the wild nature of the Centaur, though wisdom and intelligence can still be seen within his marvelously detailed facial features, contorted in rage as they are. With the lower body of a horse, he rears back, kicking with his hooves as, with the upper body of a man, he brandishes his wide shield and prepares to slash out with his sword.

Made of cold-cast resin, this statue has been painstakingly crafted so as to appear to be created out of bronze, and so that every detail is captured, from the hair upon the Centaur`s chest to the flying hair of his horse-tail. This makes it a fantastic piece for anybody that feels a kinship with this mythical creature, who is both wild and fearsome and a creature of wisdom and healing. It stands approximately 11 1/2" tall and 8 1/2" long, fitting on most desks, altars and book shelves. 62.95


Oshun, the Orisha of love, maternity, and marriage is a powerful, and frequently revered part of Cuban Santeria and Yoruba culture. She is known as a powerful force of harmony, particularly that which we can sense as beauty, love and pleasure. She is also seen as the only female to have been part of the world`s creation, and as such is particularly favored as a mother figure. These benevolent aspects combine with the fact that she is generally seen as among the most likely to answer a prayer to make her one of the most favored among the Orisha.

With such a wonderous entity, this statue has a lot to live up to in trying to capture her image. She is portrayed here as a lithe woman of beauty, fanning herself with a feather fan with flowers and pumpkins offered by her feet. Scantily clad in a small top and a flowing, divided skirt, she seems fully at peace with her surroundings, and does indeed live up to the beauty she represents.

This statue stands approximately 13 3/4" tall and 6 1/4" wide elegantly sculpted of cold cast resin, making it well suited for veneration upon your altar as well as simply bringing this figure of beauty and grace into your home. 62.95


One of the most widely recognized gods revered by the ancient Egyptians, Anubis is most frequently represented as a man with a black, jackal`s head. Within Egyptian mythology, he is known often as the Embalmer, who helps prepare the dead for their journey to the underworld. Of old Anubis was also known to be the guardian of the dead, and the one who weighed the heart of against Ma`at to determine the worthiness of the deceased. As such, he had a prominent role throughout Egyptian history, and was worshiped in various forms into the 2nd century, with the eventual incarnation of Hermanubis even appearing in alchemical and hermetical works.

This statue depicts Anubis in the traditional manner; an upright man with a crook in one hand and the ankh in the other, in the garb of the ancient Egyptians and a golden headdress hanging from his jackal head. Place it upon your altar and celebrate Anubis`s stewardship over the dead, or remind yourself that in the end the truth in your heart will be weighed against a feather.

The statue, sculpted of cold cast resin, measures approximately 11 1/2" tall, 3" wide, and 5" deep.

The goddess of forests, virginity and the hunt, Artemis was one of the most widely revered goddesses of ancient Greece, and was often regarded as the beautiful daughter of Zeus and Leto, and the twin sister to the famed god Apollo. Indeed, she was even said to have been born first, before immediately aiding her mother in the birth of Apollo, and for this reason she is often viewed as a goddess of fertility and childbirth.

Often depicted with a bow and arrows, she is also viewed as a fearsome woman, who was said to have often punished or slain those who offended her or forgot to make offerings to her at the proper times. This is how she is shown in this wonderful statue; a lithe young woman, with bow drawn back and arrow knocked, she is a goddess of the hunt with a wolf representing this ferocity, howling by her feet. From her head sprouts a mantle of stag horns, representative of the animal which was sacred to her, while her feet seem to rest upon the surface of the moon; a symbol that was sacred to the virginal goddess.

Made of cold cast resin, the statue stands approximately 11 1/2" tall and 7" wide, and is made fantastically painted so as to appear to be sculpted of bronze. 62.95
Lord Ganesh

Sculpted of brass with painstaking attention to detail, this little statue portrays Lord Ganesh. The Hindu God is frequently revered as the lord of beginnings and the remover of obstacles, making him widely revered. He is also known as the patron of arts and sciences, and for this reason he is portrayed writing in a ledger with two of his four hands.

The perfect piece to place on your desk for inspiration and help with those computer problems that creep up, this statue measures approximately 2 3/4" high and 2 1/4" wide. 25.95

Open Winged Isis Wall Hanging

The revered mother of Horus and the wife and sister of Osiris, Isis is widely revered as one of the most beloved and worshipped Goddesses throughout history and one of the greatest sorceresses of all time. Associated with the divine powers of motherhood, marital devotion, and healing, Isis is said to have brought Osiris back to life and aided in his becoming the powerful god of the underworld for which he is now known.

Here she is displayed in her later form, in full glory with wings wide open. Adorning her head are the horns and disc, the hieroglyphic sign for "throne," which marks her station and is a symbol of her power and authority. Painted in the traditional tones of ancient Egypt, her gold skin radiates feminine beauty even as her stately divinity shines through, creating a powerful symbol of the divine feminine that is great for any altar; not just the ones devoted to Egyptian Pantheons.

This wall hanging measures approximately 11 1/4" wide and 12" high and is sculpted of cold-cast resin.44.95