THE TWO-HEADED BASILISK PATCH
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A two-headed serpent undulates and twists upon itself as a symbol of cosmic energy and the ongoing cycle of death and resurrection. Its two heads meet under a single point, a reminder of the inherent duality and necessary balance that exists in all things, for light cannot exist without darkness, nor life without death. The designs extending below the basilisk symbolize pendulums and the ancient art of divining. Furthering the theme of natural balance, the pendulum is a tool for consciously communing with our deeper selves by reading intuitive energy patterns. At the heart of the design is the crescent moon, a symbol of the goddess and continual reincarnation.
Medium measures 7" x 10"
Large measures 8" x 12"
The Golden Basilisk patch is drawn and printed by Adrienne Rozzi.