Pan: Table of Correspondences
Symbols: Acorns, oak leaves, twigs, pan pipes and seashells
Tools: the phallus, the wand
Essences/Herbs: Musk, patchouli, saw palmetto and myrrh
Direction: Pan is aligned to the centre
Pan rules: ecstasy, connection with nature, sexuality, happiness, grounding, health and life
Animal: the goat
Foods: wine, meat and grapes
Stones: obsidian, carnelian and sunstone
The ancient Greek god, Pan, is a god of nature, described as a god of the woods, of animal husbandry and of fertility. The ancient portrayed Pan as a goat-footed god playing a flute-like instrument. Pan is making his presence felt whenever we feel sexual urges, playful or a sense of internal joy. He is in the eyes of a lover and in the heart of a person who embraces life whatever it may throw at them. The magical energies of ecstasy, sexuality, nature and connecting with nature are all Pan’s presence. The colours of Pan include forest greens, amber and deep earth tones of brown.
When honouring Pan the altar should include his symbols and candles in his colours. Quietly or loudly intone his name, Pan, until the feeling of his presence touches you. Contemplate his presence with you and honouring this aspect of deity.
Blessings of love and light