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Corn

Zea mays ssp. mays Corn, or Maize is a native American grain. The word corn once referred to any old grain. Most old European references to "corn" (such as the corn dolly) actually refer to other types of grain. Folk Names Corn, maize, give of life, sacred mother, the seed ...
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Carnelian

Also spelled cornelian, carnelian is a form of chalcedony. It is a reddish brown semi-precious gem stone found in Britain, India, Uruguay, Brazil, the Czech Republic, Iceland, Slovakia, Peru, and Romania. Its crystal structure is hexagonal. Carnelian's red color comes from iron oxide impurities within its silica structure. 1 History ...
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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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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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Corn Dolly

A corn dolly, also called a corn maiden, corn mother or old woman is a decorative object made from weaving grain stalks together. It is traditionally made of the final sheaf of wheat harvested preserved throughout the winter as a temporary home for the spirit of the grain until the ...
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Libra

Astrological Sign Libra is the seventh sign of the Zodiac. It is a Cardinal sign and an Air element, ruled by Venus. The Sun enters Libra on our around September 23rd or the moment of the Autumnal equinox and leaves Libra on or around October 22nd. Libra Personality Libras are social, intellectual, fair-minded and willing to compromise. Compatibility See also Synastry Libras ...
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