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Term: Stang

DEFINITION:
A long single branch that ends by dividing into a “Y” shape. Used by some Wiccan/Witchcraft traditions to symbolize the Goddess. Also represents duality and the vagina as a fertility symbol. Some traditions place it with the forked end up at one of the four quarters during rituals “to symbolize an alignment to the Goddess."
SOURCE:  Encyclopedia of Wicca & Witchcraft, by Raven Grimassi
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