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The waxing moon represents the Maiden and represents innocence, youth, new life, beginnings, renewal, enthusiasm, enchantment, and growth. The full moon is associated with the Mother and is associated with fulfillment, fertility, ripeness, potency, compassion, giving, loving, nurturing, protection, and strength. The waxing moon is the Crone's representation and denotes rest, maturity, wisdom, experience, knowledge, comprehension, completeness, death, and rebirth. The symbol, in its whole, is supposed to represent the perpetual cycle of birth, life, and rebirth. The Triple Moon insignia, also known as the Triple Goddess symbol, is often found on the crowns or headpieces worn by the High Priestesses.

The triple moon sign, sometimes referred to as the triple goddess symbol, is composed of two crescent moons surrounding a full moon. The emblem displays a waxing moon on the left, a full moon in the middle, and a waning moon on the right. The sign represents the moon's shifting phases, which correlate to the stages of womanhood. Additionally, it may represent the never-ending cycle of birth, life, death, and rebirth. The moon is a symbol of the Triple Goddess and the three stages of womanhood: Maiden, Mother, and Crone. As the sign implies, women follow the lunar rhythm, with the female body generally following a 28-day cycle. Similarly, the three major stages of a woman's life correlate to the moon's three phases.

Although there is widespread societal bias against the Dark - manifested, for example, via racism - the Dark half of the Divine is just as holy as the Light half.

The loving interaction of the dark and the light is what gives shape, or matter, its existence. This is the birth dance.

[60] The waxing, full, and waning moon's "Triple Goddess" emblem, symbolizing the Maiden, Mother, and Crone aspects.

While the majority of Neopagans are not Wiccan, and rituals and theology vary considerably within Neopaganism,[61] many Wiccans and other Neopagans worship the "Triple Goddess" of maiden, mother, and crone. Sexuality, pregnancy, nursing, and other female reproductive functions, they believe, are methods for women to embrace the Goddess, elevating the physical body to a holy space. [62]

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