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Hieros Gamos

Hieros Gamos (Greek: ιερός γάμος) or Hierogamy (ἱερογαμία) is the "sacred (or holy) Marriage" and refers to the union of God and Goddess or the combination of masculine and feminine principles. The term specifically refers to the union of Zeus and Hera but also has been used to describe the union of Demeter and Iasion and the many unions ...
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Normally found in flat blades, kyanite is a form of blue aluminum silicate that originates in Brazil. History and Folklore Some say Archangel Michael’s sword is made of a blade of kyanite. The sword cuts to the heart of the truth. Associations Angel: Gediel, Michael chakra: Throat, Brow Element: air, water Astrological Sign: Pisces Planet: Jupiter Traditions ...
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Matronalia was celebrated on March 1st in ancient Rome in honor of Juno Lucina with lambs and cattle ...
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Narcissus spp Also known as daffodil, daffy down lilies, daffadown lily, daffadown dilly, jonquil, goose leek, Lent lily, asphodel (no relation) Description and Natural History Narcissus are popular garden flowers and harbingers of springs native to Europe, North Africa, and Asia. They grow from a bulbous root system and are well-known for ...
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Astrological Sign Pisces is the last sign of the Zodiac and associated with the twelfth house. It is a Mutable sign, and a Water sign that is considered feminine in nature. Pisces Sun Those born in late February or early March are born under the Sun sign of Pisces. The ruling planet of Pisces is either Jupiter or Neptune. Pisces ...
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Taraxacum officinale Other Names: pissabeds Dandelions are common weeds all over the world with varieties native to Asia, Europe, and North America. The leaves are long and deeply serrated forming a basal rosette that emerges directly from the Earth above a long central taproot. The flowers that appear on a ...
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