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Ukko

Ukko is the Finnish sky God and companion to Akka the Finish Goddess of fertility. When they embrace, thunder rumbles as he fertilizes her with rain. His name means "old man" ...
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Turquoise

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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Violet

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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Vervain

Verbena spp Vervain or Verbena is an herbaceous, sometimes woody perennial with opposite, narrow, oval-shaped, toothed leaves and small, five-petaled flowers that are usually blue to purple in color but may be pink or white. These flowers appear in dense spikes in late spring to summer. Various varieties of vervain ...
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Venus

The Latin Goddess Venus was originally a Goddess of the vine (Venus, Vino) and a protector of vineyards and gardens. She was adopted into the Roman pantheon as the local version of the Greek Goddess Aphrodite. Her original associations largely forgotten, most myths attributed to Venus that have survived today were ...
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Silver

Silver is a soft, reflective gray metal popular for use in coinage, jewelry, and household utensils. It has the highest electrical conductivity of any known element and the highest thermal conductivity of any metal so it is also useful in electronics and various scientific enterprises. Silver also has antibacterial properties ...
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