The Virgin of Guadalupe offers Miracles and Freedom from Enslavement.
In 1531, this goddess appeared four times to Juan Diego in Mexico. Despite winter cold, flowers miraculously bloomed at her feet. Juan was directed to take them to the local bishop along with her message to desist in his enslavement of the native people.
Her full Aztec name, Tonantzin Tlalli, means “Our Revered Mother Earth.” Millions now worship this enshrined image in the Basilica of Guadalupe, Mexico City.
8 1/4 gymstone statue, handpainted.