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The history of the Green Man dates back to pagan times where life revolved around the cycles of the seasons creating a sacred connection with nature.
He is said to be lord of the trees, lord of nature, a symbol embodying the life force of renewal and continual re-birth. Especially after the winter when spring emerges with her rising energy bringing with it the warmth of the sun and new growth.
The belief in the power of the Green Man was still strong in medieval times, Christianity could not suppress it. Even today will find his face in almost every church building in England.
In our culture the Green Man also represents the balanced masculine energy and the Goddess, (the feminine energy); both energies exist within all living things.
A balance between the two creates understanding, harmony and healing within ourselves.
Green Man
The Green Man is associated with spring and symbolises an open heart and fertility. He compliments Primavera the Goddess of spring.
Primavera Goddess of spring
Primavera translates as spring in the Italian language.
She represents the Goddess of spring, a symbol embodying the life force of renewal and continual re-birth. Especially after the winter when spring emerges with her rising energy, bringing with it the warmth of the sun and new growth.
Hawthorn Man– (Crataegus Monogyna).
The Hawthorn Man is associated with spring and symbolises an open heart and the ability to love. He compliments Primavera the Goddess of spring. It is said that he also gives psychic protection and brings prosperity, happiness and fertility.
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Green Man Pagan Wall Plaque

Green Hawthorn Man Wall Plaque

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Green Man Pagan Wall Plaque

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Green Man Pagan Wall Plaque

Primavera Goddess of Spring

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