Seen staring from corbels, Medieval paintings, and embodied as the Jack in the Green in English folk traditions, the Green Man is a Pagan symbol of renewal, fertility, Springtime, and mankind's union with nature. It most likely evolved from even older nature deities such as the Celtic Cernunnos and the Greek Pan and Dionysus. He is also a ressurection image of death and rebirth, associating him with Okeanus, the Greek Titan of streams and freshwater. He is a mischievous fellow of mirth and wisdom, reminding us of our roots and grounding us in our natural origins, and his image can be seen throughout the British Isles and wider Europe. Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland, is host to over one hundred such Green Men carvings.
Welcome to Hibernacula's Dragoncon digital storefront! There's free gift included with every order, just to thank you for coming by! I'm sad we didn't get to connect in person this year and I miss you all dearly. If you have any questions or special requests, contact me via email or instagram. I will try to remain available for the whole weekend.