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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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Faunus is the ancient Italic agricultural God who watched over the fertility of flocks and fields who was adopted by the ancient Romans and identified with the Greek God Pan. He is also associated with wolves and the protection of flocks from their predation. In lore, Faunus was a King of ...
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Calcite occurs in masses, stalactites, scalenohedral and rhombohedral crystals found throughout the world in several color varieties. Healing and Magickal Uses Body: Good for the kidney and pancreas. It helps fight calcium deficiency. Mind: Feel good stone. Good for seeing the bigger picture. Calms and helps fight stress. Magick: Good ...
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Betula alba Medicinal Uses The resinous substance secreted by young shoots and leaves have acidic properties and when combined with alkalies, create a tonic laxative. To aid with dropsy, gout, and rheumatism, make an infusion (Birch Tea). This tea is also valuable in dissolving kidney stones. An infusion made with the ...
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Persephone is the ancient Greek Goddess of Rebirth and Queen of the Underworld. She spends the unfruitful time of the year in the Underworld with her husband Hades and ascends to return to the side of her mother Demeter, the Earthmother and Goddess of Abundant Harvests to preside over the sprouting of seeds ...
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Populus spp. With several different species native to North America, the poplars are fast-growing trees, often referred to by landscapers as “weed trees” found throughout the temperate regions of North America. The poplar trees are an important group of lumber trees, however its light, flexible, slightly porous wood and quick ...
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