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Call upon Pan, God of the Wild, to reconnect to nature, animals and music
Call upon Pan, God of the Wild, to reconnect to nature, animals and music
Call upon Pan, God of the Wild, to reconnect to nature, animals and music
Call upon Pan, God of the Wild, to reconnect to nature, animals and music
Call upon Pan, God of the Wild, to reconnect to nature, animals and music
Call upon Pan, God of the Wild, to reconnect to nature, animals and music
MyRitual Magical Things

Call upon Pan, God of the Wild, to reconnect to nature, animals and music

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Pan originates from the mountains and forests of Arcadia where he was likely the patron of shepherds.  Due to his magical powers over music he is credited with creating syrinx or panpipes which he is playing in our version. Pan's other powers include enormous strength and endurance, ability to transform objects and teleportation. 

According to Greek mythology he fell in love with the nymph Syrinx but his affections weren’t returned. Syrinx was fleeing from Pan when she begged Zeus to save her. Zeus turned her into reeds which the enraged Pan smashed to pieces destroying what was left of his love. In his grief he wept and kissed the broken reeds discovering that his breath would cause them to make sounds so he created the musical instrument that would carry his beloved’s name. 

Many Pagan practitioners consider Pan as the Hellenic version of the Horned God or horned one.

Pan is commonly depicted with antlers or horns in associations with stags, bulls and horned serpents. His hindquarters, legs, and horns are those of a goat, in the same manner as a faun or satyr.

Product Details: Our Pan design is finished in black and bronze and silver patina with blue/green accents and stands about 11 cm high. Note that each one will be slightly different due to hand finishing.

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All of our products are designed and individually 3D printed here in our home studio using a bio-safe, non-toxic, vegetable, wood fibre or sugar-cane based PLA. We then hand-finish each piece, usually smoothing and sanding them using a natural wood fibre material and then acrylic paints or glazes. The cured finishes are non-toxic but the metallic finishes do have the actual metals in them. This is a clean and local process and our materials are selected from those made in Canada or the USA. We are 100% NOT “Made in China” and take some pride in that. Through careful research and testing, we have found a great way to get around the toxic resin and moulding processes used in most of the statues on the market.