“Janus – Culśanś “ Magical Mirror

“Janus – Culśanś “ Magical Mirror


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Janus is the “Roman God of beginnings, gates, transitions, time, duality, doorways, passages , frames, and endings. He is usually depicted as having two faces.

The month of January is named for Janus”

“Many scholars recognize the deity Janus as a Roman equivalent to Culśanś because he is also rendered as a bifrons (two-faced god) and his divine realm also includes the protection of doorways and gates.

Building on this idea, some scholars have proposed that the name Culśanś may contain an etymological root meaning “door” in Etruscan, just as Janus’s name comes from the Latin word for door, ianua. An Etruscan female deity named Culśu, whose name has the same etymological root as Culśanś, is also associated with gateways, though in her case, they are gateways of the netherworld.” – Wikipedia Commons

Magical Mirror by Jade Melany.

Airdry clay and Metallic Acylic.

This is a one off piece of original Art.

Altar piece or for ritual room.

Mirror can be hung on the wall by the rope, or placed against the wall at an altar space.

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Dimensions 17 × 36 × 3 cm


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