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Halloween

Halloween, Hallowe'en or All Hallows Eve is celebrated on October 31st and is the Eve of the Christian celebration All Saint's Day or All Hallow's Day. Halloween is the first day in the celebration of Allhallowtide, a 3-day celebration for honoring the dead. November 1st is Hallowmas, All Hallows Day ...
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Monday

Monday is the first day of the week according to the International Standard Calendar used through much of Europe and the second day of the week (beginning Sunday) according to Christian, Jewish and Islamic calendars and the US calendar. Monday is traditionally the first day of the work week. The ...
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December

December is the 12th month of the Julian and Gregorian calendars. The name December means 10th month as it was the 10th month of the year according to the ancient Roman calendar that began in March. Other Names for the Month Anglo Saxon - Yule monath or Winter monath December Correspondences The birth ...
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The Color Black

The color black is powerful, alluring and mysterious. Wearing black makes one feel, and appear, assertive, mysterious and bold. It can also set one apart and make one seem unapproachable, unfriendly, self-absorbed. The color black is slimming, looks good with just about anything, except other dark colors and makes lighter ...
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Amethyst

Amethyst is clear quartz with iron inside that makes it appear purple. It is the most common quartz you will see in fine jewelry. The color ranges from pale lavender to deep purple. Amethyst is mined in Canada, the US, Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia, Argentina, Zambia, Namibia, and Australia. Australian amethyst ...
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Ankh

The ankh symbol comes from the Egyptian hieroglyph meaning "life". It is also known as the key of life, the key of the Nile, the Egyptian cross, the cross of life and the ''crux ansata'' (cross with a handle). It is often seen in the hands of Gods and on ...
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