Shaman of Trois Freres



In the Spirit Realm, he mediates between humans and animals.  The Shaman of Trois Freres is carved into the ceiling chamber of a Paleolithic hunter’s initiation cave. An image of sympathetic magic, he embodies parts of many different animals, plus the bearded face of an old man and the legs of a dancing shaman.

This ancient Sorcerer served as mediator between humans and their venerated animal kin, and is a prototype for Kernunnos, Forest God of the later Celts.

[Ariege, France, c. 13,000 BCE]

6″ x 4 3/4″ gypsumstone plaque, antique bronze color finish.

Can be hung on a wall, or will stand on a tabletop altar.


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