Ritual Pentagram Divination Chalice Goblet
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Let the ancient art of divination guide your path with this stunning Ritual Pentagram Divination Goblet. Made of brass and adorned with a pentagram and moons, this goblet is perfect for anyone seeking guidance from the stars.
This Goblet is meant for display only. Do not heat, microwave, or place in the dishwasher. Hand wash before handling.
Height: 8cm | Width: 4.8cm
Goblets have been used as ceremonial drinking vessels for centuries. They can be found in the homes of the wealthy and in the palaces of kings. But where did goblets come from? And why are they so often associated with altars and religious ceremonies? Throughout history, they have been an important part of religious ceremonies throughout the world.
The goblet is thought to have originated in the Middle East. It was then brought to Europe by the Crusaders. Crusaders were soldiers who fought in the Crusades, a series of religious wars between Christians and Muslims.
Goblets became very popular during the Gothic period. This was a time when the Catholic Church was very powerful. This was a time when there was a revival of interest in the pagan religions of Europe. Goblets were often used as Communion cups. They were also used to hold holy water.
Pagans also used goblets in their ceremonies. They would fill them with mead, which is a type of alcoholic drink made from honey. Mead was thought to be the drink of the gods. They were decorated with symbols of the sun, moon, and stars.
Goblets have also long been associated with witches. In medieval times, witches were believed to use goblets to summon demons. Today, goblets are still used in some pagan ceremonies.
Today, goblets are still used in religious ceremonies. They are also used as decoration. Many people collect goblets. They can be found in a variety of colors and styles. Whether you are a collector or just enjoy drinking from a goblet, they are sure to add a touch of elegance to your home.
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