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Pan "Magical Worlds" Statue - One of a Kind, Greek God of the Wild & Music, Horned God statue, Greek Mythology, Pagan sculpture, Witchcraft
Pan "Magical Worlds" Statue - One of a Kind, Greek God of the Wild & Music, Horned God statue, Greek Mythology, Pagan sculpture, Witchcraft
Pan "Magical Worlds" Statue - One of a Kind, Greek God of the Wild & Music, Horned God statue, Greek Mythology, Pagan sculpture, Witchcraft
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Pan "Magical Worlds" Statue - One of a Kind, Greek God of the Wild & Music, Horned God statue, Greek Mythology, Pagan sculpture, Witchcraft

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You can see the original version of our Pan statue here:
https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/905312714/pan-god-of-the-wild-music-horned-god?ga_search_query=pan&ref=shop_items_search_3&sca=1

He is also available in a Spring Bundle with a beautiful Tree of Life Triple Goddess done designed with twigs to do the basic model and a Tree Goddess or Tree Spirit that was also done in a similar way:
https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/946747052/spring-bundle-pan-and-a-tree-goddess?ga_search_query=pan&ref=shop_items_search_2&crt=1

Invoke Pan, God of the Wild, to connect to the mountain wilds, rustic music and impromptu moments - companion of the nymphs.

In addition to being able to run long distances, transform objects, and teleport between Mount Olympus and earth, Pan also had enormous strength.

Pan was likely originally a pastoral god from Arcadia, believed to dwell in the mountains and forests of Western Europe aas the patron of shepherds, Associated with music and its magical powers he is credited with inventing the syrinx musical instrument, better known as the panpipes, which he is playing in this version.

A wide assortment of myths surround Pan’s parentage but Hermes is most often named as his father and a Nymph as his mother. In Greek mythology, Pan fell in love with the nymph Syrinx, daughter of Ladon the river-god. Fleeing his attentions, Syrinx pleaded with Zeus to save her and just when Pan captured the nymph, Zeus turned her into reeds. Enraged, Pan smashed the reeds into pieces but on reflection he was struck with remorse and wept and kissed the broken reeds, all that remained of his beloved. As he kissed the reeds he discovered that his breath could create sounds from them and so he made the musical instrument that would carry the lost nymph’s name.

Other female figures who aroused the affections of Pan were the nymphs Echo and Pitys and also Selene, the personification of the moon. Finally, in some myths, Pan also had amorous intentions towards the goddess Aphrodite.

Even J.M Barrie's classical character, the fictional creation Peter Pan, is not entirely original and is in fact based on the mythological Greek God, Pan. For many folk, Pan is the Hellenic version of the Horned God or horned one.

Pan is depicted with horns or antlers, and is associated with stags, horned serpents, dogs, bulls, and rats. He has the hindquarters, legs, and horns of a goat, in the same manner as a faun or satyr.

He is finished in black and bronze and silver patina with blue/green accents and stands about 11 cm high. Note that Pan is a work-in-progress and we are continuing to refine his features and finish all the time - each one will be slightly different and optimized for that specific one. We will update the listing as new photos are available.