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Anubis

Anubis is the Egyptian God of the dead and the embalming process. He presided over the embalming of Osiris when he was killed by Seth. Priests would sometimes wear masks of Anubis when performing embalming rituals. He is associated with the jackal and often imaged with a jackal's head. Learn More Online Check ...
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Parsley

Botanical Name etroselinium crispum Parsley is a member of the carrot family with its characteristic feathery foliage. It is native to the Mediterranean, a biennial, and overwinters quite well if given protection, but is usually grown as an annual in cold climates. Growing Parsley Parsley is a relatively hardy biennial though ...
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Oregano

Origanum spp Names Wild marjoram, rigani, bastard marjoram, Greek oregano General Information Oregano has a warm, aromatic flavor and scent and is slightly bitter in taste. It is a member of the mint family with characteristic labiate flowers in pink or lavender. It is a bushy plant with opposite, oval-shaped leaves ...
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Obsidian

Obsidian is a naturally occurring volcanic glass that is formed when lava that is rich in feldspar and quartz is cooled too rapidly for crystals to form. It is basically a beautiful chunk of dark-colored glass and behaves as you'd expect glass to behave, it is hard and brittle and breaks into very sharp ...
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Oak

Quercus alba (White Oak) Oak is well known for its astringent and antiseptic properties and has been used as a tonic for a long time. Bark can be made into a tea to heal hemorrhoids. When given with chamomile flowers, it helps eases intermittent fevers. Very useful when there are ...
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Nephthys

Nephthys is the ancient Egyptian protectress of the dead, sister of Isis and Osiris, wife of Seth and mother of Anubis. Her name means "Lady of the Mansion" ...
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