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Freyja

Freyja is the Norse Goddess of love, beauty, magic (seidhr), fertility, war and death. Her name means "The Lady". She is one of the Vanir, sister to Freyr, daughter to Njörðr and mother to Hnoss and Gersemi by Óðr. Her name is variously spelled Frøya, Freya, Freja, Freyia, Freia and ...
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Fossil

Fossils are the preserved remains of ancient plants or creatures that have been infiltrated by minerals and turned to stone or the imprint of plants or creatures that have been left in stone after the stone has hardened and the creature or plant has decayed away. History and Folklore Stones ...
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Flourite

Flourite is Calcium flouride. Cubic, octahedral and rhombododecahedral crystals, and masses found in China, Mexico, South Africa, and the United States. History and Folklore Fluorite is a relatively recent discovery and does not have a long line of use by priests and magi. Associations Chakra: Brow Astrological Sign: Capricorn, Pisces. Traditions It creates ...
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Fire Sign

A fire sign is a zodiac sign that corresponds to the element of fire. These signs are Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius. Fire signs tend to be impulsive and prone to sudden flashes of inspiration. They will pursue their passions with relentless enthusiasm. They are also prone to boredom and frustration and flares of temper ...
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Fir

Abies spp The firs are a genus of about 50 species of coniferous evergreen trees. They have flat, needle-like leaves that are attached to the branch with a base that resembles a very small suction cup. The undersides of the leaves have waxy whitish/grayish lines, and the top sides of ...
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Pine

There are 126 known species of pine including evergreen trees and shrubs. They are gymnosperms and produce their seeds in cones. Their leaves are bundles of green needles called fascicles. Their branches spiral along the trunk according to the Golden Mean and their bark is usually thick and scaly. Many pines are ...
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