Celtic Green Man Mask

Celtic Green Man Mask

This Celtic Green Man Mask depicts a legendary pagan deity who roams the woodlands of the British Isles and Europe. He usually is depicted as a horned man peering out of a mask of foliage, usually the sacred oak. Also known by Green Jack, Jack-in-the-Green and "Green George. He represents spirits of trees, plants and foliage. He has rain making powers to foster livestock with lush meadows.

Green George, was called in spring Celtic Pagan rites, and comes out represented by a young man dressed head to foot in greenery, who leads the festival procession. He is dunked in a river or pond to ensure that there will be enough rain to make the meadows and pastures green.
 
The Green Man shares an affinity with the forest-dwelling fairies.  In some locals of the British Isles the fairies are called "Greenies" and "Greencoaties." In the myth of "The Fairy Children," there appears two fairy children, a brother and a sister, who have green skin and claim to be of a race with green skin.  This is a perfect way to become one with deity by wearing this tribal mask.
 
Does your tribe want to wear this tribal mask and honor this deity?
 

These Bronze tribal mask masterpieces, throughout this site, have been shown all over the world in 5 countries.  Designed Handcrafted by our tribal friend.

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