Triple Moon Candy Mold, Goddess Chocolate Mold
Triple Moon Candy, Confectionery and Triple Goddess Chocolate Mold
Triple Moon Chocolate Molds | Triple Goddess Candy Molds
Average chocolate weight per bar: .5 oz.
Triple Goddess Moons size: 2-1/2" wide x 1-1/2" tall
Cavities per Mold : 6
PLEASE NOTE : WHEN SOLD OUT THESE TRIPLE MOON CANDY MOLDS WILL BE GONE FOREVER -- The Original Designer & Creator of Our Soap & Candy Molds (who, BTW is a long-time family friend), is no longer producing these ... When Sold Out, they're Gone Forever.
This mold is not designed to be used for soap making!
Please see our Triple Moon Soap Mold
FOR U.S. CUSTOMERS ONLY
-- Chocolate and Confectionery Molds are bagged in a clear poly bag with header card. All Chocolate and Confectionery Molds are made from clear food grade PETG plastic. Average size of mold sheets are 8-3/4" x 8-3/4" with a totally flat back for clean scrapping of chocolate to the edge after filling. This facilitates easy clean up and less waste. Designed for both the professional and home hobby chocolate maker. Some of the molds may need extra support under them to keep them level. Easy enough done with books or cardboard. It's so easy to make your own chocolate and soft confectionery that you will want to make them for all occasions! They can also be used for cake decorations and for making other frozen food items.
TRIPLE GODDESS SYMBOLISM
The concept of the Great Goddess as The Triple Goddess, young woman (Maiden), birth-giving matron (Mother), and an old woman (Crone), dates from the earliest ages of mankind. This concept was embraced by many different mythologies from many different parts of the world. The Vikings had the Norns (Urdu/Verdandi/Skuld), the Romans had the Fortunae (Concordia/Salus/Pax), the Druids had Diana Triformis, the Greeks had the Moirae, Graeae, Horae, etc. Mother, Maiden, Crone attributes are also ascribed to the three phases of the moon:
the Maiden, which corresponds to the new moon;
the Mother, which corresponds to the full moon;
Crone, which is the waning moon.
The Maiden aspect represents enchantment, inception, expansion, the female principle, the promise of new beginnings, youth, excitement, and a carefree eroticism. She is innocent in some ways, but also a seductress who recognizes the power of her sexuality.
Maiden goddesses include: Anatha, Brigid, Nimue, Kore, Persephone, Gerd, Caer, Blodeuwedd.
The Mother is ripeness, fertility, fulfillment, stability, and power. Mother is ripe, full-breasted, at the peak of her womanly powers. She is the one who tenderly rocks the baby, but she is also the lioness who hunts to feed her offspring and will fight to the death to protect them.
Mother goddesses include: Aa, Ambika, Anahita, Asherah, Ceres, Coatlicue, Danu, Demeter, Hathor, Ishtar, Isis, Lakshmi, Luonnotar, Nintu, Sheng-Mu.
The Crone is wisdom, retrenchment, repose, and compassion. She is old age, experience, accumulated wisdom and death. She is the gateway to Death, and the guide to Rebirth.
Crone goddesses include: Annis, Baba Yaga, Cailleach, Greine, Hel, Maman Brigitte, Oya, Sedna, Skuld, Takotsi, Toci.
Goddesses who embody the triple aspect within themselves include: Brigid (Ireland/Celtic), Carmenta or Carmentis (Roman), Hekate or Hecate (Greek/Anatolia), Helice (Greek), Kali (India), the Morrigan (Ireland/Celtic).