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Goddess Altar Rug  $49.95
Lavender background, a black nile goddess and 8 spirals symbolizing the 8 moon phases or sabbats. Heavy duty carpet, jute backing, 3 feet diameter
 

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Pentagram Altar Rug  $49.95
This carpet is 3' feet diameter with a silver pentagram on a black background. Carpets are made with 100% jute backing and heavy duty weaving. (real deal carpet, not just a throw rug). Colors won't bleed or fade with use.
 

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Pentagram Altar Cloth
 $24.95
A square black velvet cloth (38" x 38") with LARGE Pentagram (21") that reflects light back. Fits snuggly on a standart card table. Awesome!
 

 

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Ankh Altar Rug  $70.00
(4 feet x 6 feet)
The Ankh is a symbol for the power to give and sustain life, the Ankh is typically associated with material things such as water(which was believed by Egyptians to regenerate life), air, sun, as well as with the Gods, who are frequently pictured carrying an Ankh.
Strong high quality carpet, 100% Jute backing

 

Ankh Doormat   $25.99
(2 feet x 4 feet)

 

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Astro Altar Rug   $70.00
(4 feet x 6 feet)
The 12 symbols of the zodiac with stars and moons.
Heavy duty carpet, 100% Jute backing

 

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Red-Sun-Moon Altar Rug    $70.00
(4 feet x 6 feet)
A beautiful celestial carpet that warms any house with its rich colors. A fine quality carpet that will last a long time.

 

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Kokopelli Altar Rug     $70.00
(4 feet x 6 feet)
Kokopelli is a prehistoric deity depicted hundreds of times in rock art, some of it over a thousand years old, located in numerous sites in southwestern United States deserts and mountains. Often depicted as a humpbacked flute player, this mythic being has survived in recognizable form from Anasazi times to the present. There is something appealing about Kokopelli which fascinates all kinds of people, even in our modern technological age.
"...widely held beliefs that Kokopelli was a fertility symbol, roving minstrel or trader, rain priest, hunting magician, trickster, and seducer of maidens..."
Strong quality rug with jute backing.

 

Kokopelli Doormat   $25.99
(2 feet x 4 feet)