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Turquoise is a hydrous phosphate of aluminum with copper and traces of iron. It is an opaque stone that is bluish-green in color. The color varies quite a bit though robin's egg blue is the most highly prized. History and Folklore Many Native American tribes valued turquoise for ceremonial objects ...
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A Spell to Get Noticed at Work

To encourage your employer to place high value on your work Spell Timing: Hour of the Sun OR dawn or noon on a Sunday, OR when the moon is in Sagittarius and/or during the waxing moon Suggested Tools: One or more of these crystals: citrine, amber, bloodstone A blue cloth pouch A purple ribbon Gold embroidery floss and an embroidery needle or a gold paint pen Directions: ...
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Viola spp Other Names pansies, heartsease, viola, violetta There are about 500 species of violet around the world. Most are small perennial herbs, but there are some annuals and shrubs in the family as well. Most have heart-shaped, scalloped leaves (though some are palmate) and the flowers have four up-swept ...
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History and Folklore The name Salvia derives from the Latin word Salveo, "to heal" or "to save" (more like, to salve, as in, apply a salve). It has long been used in healing. An old proverb says "why should a man die who has sage in his garden?". It was used ...
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Papaveraceae spp The poppy is a common wildflower in many parts of the world including North America, Asia and Europe. It is often found growing in fields, both wild and cultivated grain fields. There are many varieties of poppies in just about any color you could wish for. The bowl-shaped ...
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Myristica fragrans The spice known as nutmeg is the seed of an evergreen tree that is native to the Banda Islands of Indonesia, also known as the Spice Islands. The covering of this same seed yields the herb Mace. It is now grown in parts of Malaysia, India and the Caribbean ...
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