To these ancient people, the horse was far more than a beast of burden; the horse was viewed as the sacred Ambassador to the Epona, the Celtic goddess of horses, as was believed to walk between the worlds of man and divinity. It was not unheard of that a rider would allow the horse to wander freely with Absolute Trust. Guided by the will of Epona, it would bring the rider to their ultimate destiny. The connection between the horse and its rider is one of mystic communication, each “feeling” the other. This bond can only be created through mutual trust and awareness. This connection was called a “Divine Accord”, and the rune Ehwaz was used as a talisman to strengthen it.
- Double-Sided, 3 cm high
- Made of high quality excelsior pewter
- Adjustable cord with laminated ends and pewter accent bead included
- Made in the USA by American artisans