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Ritual Bath

A ritual bath is a bath that is taken within a ritual context, as a part of a ritual or in preparation for ritual. It is often a part of personal cleansing rituals designed to prepare one for ritual work, or physical, emotional or spiritual healing rituals designed to wash away or banish energies ...
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Oryza sativa Rice is a grass seed that grows in moist areas. It is the most important crop for human nutrition in the world, rice being the staple food for much of the world, Africa, India, and Asia. Rice was probably first cultivated in Burma over 7,000 years ago. There ...
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Rose Quartz

Pink crystalline masses found in India, Madagascar, and Brazil. History and Folklore Ares wounded Adonis in combat. As Aphrodite rushed to the side of Adonis, her lover, she caught herself on a thorn. Blood from the lovers dripped on clear crystal and stained it pink as a lasting symbol of ...
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A scarab is a species of dung beetle Scarabaeus sacer. This beetle was a sacred symbol to the ancient Egyptians who carved images of it. These images looked like a scarab beetle on the top, but were smooth on the bottom. This surface might be carved with writing commemorating an ...
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Stinging Nettle

Ortica dioica Other Names devil's claw, devil's plaything, nettle, burn nettle, burn hazel, burn weed Stinging nettle is a common weed found in moist shady places in Europe, Asia, and North America. They are perennial, growing up to 4 feet tall in the summer and dying back in the winter ...
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Tanacetum vulgare A member of the compositae family has diagnostic yellow flowers similar in form to dandelions, but much more compact and lacking rays flowers. The flowers appear in heads in late summer and early autumn. They smell somewhat like camphor. The foliage is fern-like and the leaves are alternate, ...
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