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Cyclamen spp Other Names Sowbread Cyclamen is a low-growing perennial native to the Mediterranean region and Northeast Africa where they grow as an understory plant in dry forested areas. The leaves are green, heart-shaped and variegated and generally appear in late winter, dying back in the hottest part of the summer ...
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Eggs are powerful spiritual symbols in nearly every tradition, though their specific significance does vary. They are little packages of potential containing all that is needed to create life wrapped up in a protective shell. An egg symbolizes life, birth, perfection, and even the Universe. The egg contains life, it ...
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Jupiter is the fifth planet from the sun and the largest planet in our solar system. Magick Jupiter influence may be brought into any magical workings related to religion or faith, legal matters, politics, influencing those in authority or increasing authority or power, and fatherhood or patriarchal power or authority ...
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The month of June is named after the Roman Goddess of Marriage, Juno. It may also be derived from the Roman word iuniores meaning "young ones". It is also possible that this month was dedicated to the Junior branch of the legislature. The Sun in June June begins with the sun in ...
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Beltane is a spring festival celebrated by many traditions that trace their history to Northern and Western European agrarian culture. It may be celebrated when the sun is at 15 degrees Taurus or on the fixed date of April 30 - May 1 in the Northern Hemisphere. In the Southern ...
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Bloodstone, or heliotrope, is green chalcedony with flecks of red due to the presence of iron oxide. Yellow or red jasper may also be present. It is found in India, Brazil, China, Australia, and the United States. Another name for bloodstone is heliotrope. History and Folklore Christian lore states that the blood of Christ ...
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