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    Where to buy pagan statues?

    Does anyone know where I can purchase some statues? They can even be figures. I'm not sure what super market to go to. I do not buy things online. It must be in person. I'm mostly looking for Egyptian figures. Bastet and Isis.

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    Re: Where to buy pagan statues?

    Whenever I move to a new area I usually just go on to google maps app and search for "metaphysical supply store" on there to find a local shop. That phrase usually has the best results whenever I'm looking for local places with that kind of merchandise. You might also look at events that might have that kind of merchandise (ren fairs, conventions, etc). Or you could hit the local thrift shops to find an item that could represent the Deity or use a print of an image of them that you like to save some money, or you could make something yourself or carve a symbol to represent them into a candle or paint a symbol on a stone, or what have you. The statues at those supplies stores are usually pretty pricey, honestly.


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    Re: Where to buy pagan statues?

    You may have to travel to find a pagan shop. Metaphysical stores, Asian markets, and occasionally head shops, will have them. If you do have a head shop, and they don't have what you're looking for, you could ask them to look into it for you.
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    Re: Where to buy pagan statues?

    I know azuregreen.com has some.
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    Re: Where to buy pagan statues?

    Quote Originally Posted by anubisa View Post
    I know azuregreen.com has some.
    They said they absolutely won't buy online. Which is a huge problem, because that's the only really reliable place I know to look.
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    Re: Where to buy pagan statues?

    there used to be a store in sf kind of all things esoteric,bought my flying cat statue there. can't remember its name,ut most likely gone now.
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    MAGIC is MAGIC,black OR white or even blood RED

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    Quote Originally Posted by anunitu View Post
    I love this. I also love the term flapcat. No cats in the house now, but the next one is going to hear about flapcat.

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    Re: Where to buy pagan statues?

    If you aren't willing to shop online, your best bet is pagan shops or festival merchants and museum stores. Museum gift stores, though often pricey, are a much overlooked source of generally quality reproductions.
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