Zoom A goblet depicting the green man rests on a rock with the ocean in the background.
Zoom A hand holding a goblet depicting the green man with the ocean in the background.
Zoom A goblet depicting the green man sits on a rock with the ocean in the background.
Zoom A hand holds a goblet depicting the green man with greenery in the background.
Zoom A hand holds a goblet depicting the green man with greenery in the background.
Zoom A goblet depicting the green man rests on a rock with the ocean in the background.

The Green Man Goblet

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Introducing the perfect chalice for the modern pagan - a stainless steel goblet with a resin outer, beautifully depicting the Green Man.

This goblet is not just a cup, it's a statement piece that embodies the spirit of nature and mythology. The stainless-steel inner is not only durable, but it also keeps your drinks at the perfect temperature, whether you're sipping mead or wine.

The outer resin design is nothing short of stunning, featuring the Green Man, a symbol of rebirth and renewal in nature. The intricate details and vivid colours are sure to catch the eye of any mythology enthusiast, and the goblet is bound to be a conversation starter at any gathering.

Whether you're celebrating a ritual, hosting a gathering with fellow pagans, or just enjoying a quiet night in with your favourite drink, this goblet is the perfect companion. It's a durable, beautiful, and functional addition to any collection.

Embrace your connection with nature and mythology, and let this goblet be a reminder of the power and beauty of both.  Enjoy your favourite drinks in style.

The Green Man: A Symbol of Nature and Spirituality

In pagan and spiritual traditions, the Green Man is a symbol of the connection between humanity and the natural world. Often depicted as a face or mask made of foliage or surrounded by leaves, the Green Man represents the vitality and growth of nature and the cycle of life and death.

Origins and Meaning

The origins of the Green Man are uncertain, but the symbol can be found in many cultures throughout history. In European mythology, the Green Man is associated with the Celtic god Cernunnos, who was known as the lord of the animals and the protector of the forest. 

The Green Man is also associated with the idea of the wild man or wild woman, who embodies the primal and instinctual aspects of human nature. This concept can be seen in the legends of the Green Knight, a character in the medieval poem Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, who challenges King Arthur's knights to a game of exchanging blows with an axe.

The Green Man is often associated with the changing seasons, as the leaves on trees change colour and fall away in the autumn, and new growth emerges in the spring. This cyclical aspect of nature is reflected in the Green Man's association with death and rebirth, as well as with fertility and the renewal of life.

Spiritual Significance

For many modern pagans and spiritual seekers, the Green Man represents a connection to the natural world and the power of the earth. As a symbol of nature, the Green Man is associated with the element of earth and is often invoked in rituals for grounding and centering.

The Green Man can also be seen as a symbol of the masculine principle and is often paired with the goddess or feminine principle in pagan and Wiccan traditions. As a representation of the wild and instinctual aspects of human nature, the Green Man can be used in rituals for releasing pent-up emotions and reconnecting with one's own primal nature.

In addition to its associations with nature and the earth, the Green Man is also associated with healing and transformation. The cycles of life and death that are reflected in the changing seasons can be seen as a metaphor for the transformative power of spiritual practice and personal growth.

Overall, The Green Man is a powerful symbol of nature and spirituality that has resonated with people for centuries. As we continue to face environmental challenges and seek deeper connections to the natural world, the Green Man can provide a reminder of the sacredness of the earth and the importance of our relationship with the planet.

Whether used in rituals or simply contemplated as a symbol of our connection to the earth, the Green Man can inspire us to live in harmony with the natural world and embrace the cycles of life and death as a part of our own spiritual journeys.

Why have your Chalice Blessed?

Introducing the Sacerdos’s Blessing, a powerful addition to our line of spiritual products.

A sacerdos is a Latin non-gendered term that refers to a priest or priestess in the ancient Roman, Celtic and Gaul religions.

At Beckoning Broom, the priests/priestesses prefer the ancient non-binary term sacerdos to describe themselves.

This Blessing is optional. Blessing includes the infusion of our mantra "Always to help. Never to harm", anointed with moon water and sacred essential oils charged by the elements. 

This blessing means your item is no longer ordinary. The sacerdos’s magic breathes life into the item transforming it into a powerful tool.

With our blessing, the item will be significantly more potent for its use in magick. Our blessing gives it power and divinity, making it an official magickal tool. 

Experience the power of the Sacerdos Blessing for yourself and see the difference it can make in your life. Feel the energy of the blessing in every use.

Your Goblet Details

Size of Goblet:
Height: 19cm (7½") 
Width: 8.5cm (3¼")

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