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- Basics of Magick: The Use of Color in Magick
- White | Silver | Grey | Pink | Red | Purple | Brown | Blue | Green | Yellow | Gold | Black In magick, colors represent certain energies, goals, people and non-physical beings, such as deities or spiritual forces. For this reason, you should include candles,...
Symbology >> Colorology
- Historical Christian Jewelry
- The art of jewelry making evolved though the centuries. In a sense, jewelry is any ornamentation or adornment on the body. Jewelry has been used not only for aesthetic reasons but also as an indication of a person’s status in life.
>> Body Mysteries
- The Skeptical Witch
- The Choir finished the last notes of the worship service. I sit down in unison with 3000 other people preparing to hear the word of the Lord from Apostle Benjamin. The worship service does not touch me. The words of the Apostle are empty for me. My mind is in...
Paganism & Wicca >> Daily Life
- Element: Water. A Gypsum. White/clear striated crystals. Mental focus, growth, luck, immunity, kundalini. Centuries-old recordkeepers of events/information. Smoothes emotions. Holding crystal, visualize it bringing white light/energy (higher ideas/consciousnes...
Earth Mysteries >> Stones, Minerals & Metals
- 'He who is coming into being of himself'. Creator god in the form of a beetle or scarab, mentioned as far back as the 5th Dynasty (ca 2494-2345 BC) in the Pyramid Texts. The ancient Egyptians watched the scarab pushing his dung ball in front of him, and drew...
Deities & Heros >> Egyptian
- Animal Magic
- (Its More Familiar Than You Think!) A Circle fills the room with its special glow. Fragrant herbs perfume the air; candles light the night. And two small eyes glow up at you, knowing that they too are part of the magic. People and animals have worked magic...
Mystic Sciences >> Magick
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Suggested News Resources
- Maple trees and mason bees are signs of spring
- Buds, flowers, seeds, and even the bark are food for moth caterpillars, aphids, leafhoppers and beetle larvae. Woodpeckers and other birds feed on these insects, which furnish protein and fat for adult reproduction and young nestlings.
- In search of genetic constraints limiting the evolution of egg size: direct
- However, egg size by itself is not necessarily a measure of maternal resource investment; larger eggs could, for example, contain more water rather than more lipids or proteins (Fischer et al., 2006).
- Why did sex evolve? Prof Laurence Hurst explores
- The reason why, in terms of evolution, organisms have sex may seem rather obvious – they do it to reproduce. Clearly, natural selection must favour individuals who can reproduce over those who can't. But this is missing ...
- Daily news summary
- Mr. Lidicky spoke of a calamity such as the one experienced in the beginning of the 1990s and said fast action would need to be taken to prevent further spread of the bark beetle before its reproduction cycle in the spring.
- When sex roles get reversed, some females develop a 'penis'
- The costs associated with the production of (minuscule) sperm cells are lower than those associated to the production of (large) eggs. This implies males can produce a much larger number of gametes – the cells that merge during sex – than females do, ...
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