Because we were planning on giving birth at a birth center or hospital, we realized that we would not have space to craft an altar from scratch- that is, build the structure on or in which the items would be displayed, like a shrine. So we decided to stick with a limited amount of items, that could be configured in any number of ways, depending on where we ended up and how much space we were allotted. We opted for items that could be configured on any tabletop.
Sheela-Na-Gig Goddess Art Yoni Art Original Fine Art | Etsy
High quality Giclee print of the original painting by Kitty Star SHEELA-NA-GIG Sheela-Na-Gigs are images of figures pulling open their vulvas which have been found on religious buildings (churches) particularly in Ireland and the UK but also in other parts of Europe. There are many theories to
Sheela-na-gig Limited Edition Celtic Art Print by Welsh artist Jen Delyth
Sheela-na-gig Archival Limited Edition Celtic Giclee Print Jen Delyth. Remembered in Ireland as the Old Woman Creatress who gave birth to all races of men, Sheela- na-gigs are curious stone figures found in Irish, Scottish, English and French medieval churches and castles. Often represented as A contorted, nude squatting female figure, holding open her genitals, she is usually displayed above doors, windows and entrance ways, often located on keystone blocks. Local people call her a Sheela…