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Diamond

A diamond is a very hard, clear stone popular for jewelry and also used for industrial purposes. A diamond may be colorless but often have a yellowish, brownish, pinkish or bluish tint. About one-third of diamonds glow blue (or less often another color) when exposed to ultraviolet light. The word ...
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Yule

Yule is a word of Germanic origin that refers to a holiday celebrated at and around the winter solstice from which many Christmas traditions were taken. The term Yule is now often used as a synonym to Christmas and other festivals celebrated around the same time today. See also Midwinter. The word ...
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Blackberry

General Information There are many subspecies of this plant, but all work equally well for all magical and healing applications, though taste and texture vary. Blackberries are part of the rose family and have the characteristic flowers, leaves, and thorns similar to those found on wild rose bushes. These shrubs ...
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Scorpio

The Sun enters Scorpio on or about the 21st day of October and leaves Scorpio on or about the 21st day of November. The new moon during this period will occur in Scorpio. The full moon in Scorpio occurs in April or May when the Sun is in the opposite sign, Taurus. Scorpio is ...
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Opal

Opal is an amazing stone both magically and mineralogically. Since it doesn't have a crystalline structure, it is not classified as a mineral but a mineraloid. Opal is amorphous and made of hydrous silicon dioxide and can contain up to 21% water, though it usually contains 6%-10%. It is found ...
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January

January is the first month of the year according to the modern Gregorian and Julian calendars and its first day marks the beginning of the year for those calendars. The name January comes from the Latin Ianuarius and is names after the Roman God Janus of doorways. A Saxon name for January is Wulf-monath (Wolf month) The ...
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