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- Birch: Correspondences
- Betula alba Folk Names: Beithe, Bereza, Bereza, Berke, Beth, Bouleau, Lady of the Woods Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Thor Power: Protection, Purification, Exorcism...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary B
- 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
- Berkano, the second rune in the third aett, is the rune for the sound of the letter “B.” In the Younger Futhark, it sometimes stood for the sound of “P” as well, since Perthro did not carry over into that Futhark. Its meaning is “birch tree.” The beautiful,...
Divination >> Rune Stones
- Everyday Water
- When you think of "Water" what comes to mind? A tranquil lake, gentle rain, or raging sea? Whether magical element or just a simple cup of tea, water can be a very special part of your life. Water Spirits Every body of water is an entity. Each lake,...
The Elements >> Water
- Safety With Herbs in Healing and Magick
- I want to talk to you about Safety. There are a lot of common misconceptions out there regarding herbal healing, and I hope with this article to be able to clear some of those up. Safety with any treatment is essential for overall health and well-being,...
Earth Mysteries >> Herbalism
- The Ouija Board
- The Ouija is a wooden board that contains the 26 letters of the alphabet, the numbers 0-9 and the words yes, no, maybe and goodbye. The first board was invented in Maryland around 1890, by Charles Kennard. The Ouija has always fascinated people. It is used to...
Parapsychology >> Spirits
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- Birch syrup: Maple's sassier cousin
- Moore, one of the only known commercial birch syrup producers in New England, says his reddish-brown syrup tastes like a mild, slightly acidic molasses with a hint of raspberry. The viscosity at room temperature is slow, albeit a bit quicker than molasses.
- Sweet hobby
- The family-friendly free event will include a demonstration of how to tap a sugar maple tree, a brief history of maple syrup harvesting and an explanation of the science behind how it works.
- Report says on-farm research could benefit St. Lawrence County agricultural
- The report offers project highlights and economic indicators under the headings of Apples, Beef, Crops, Dairy, Disease and Pest Control, Environmental Stewardship, Food Hub, Food Project Innovation, New Business Development, Maple and Birch Syrup, ...
- Woods walk planned for Saturday in Hebron
- The Underwoods manage their 40-acre parcel for maple syrup production, firewood, timber and recreation.
- Temple family brings Maine birch syrup to market
- Until recently available only from Alaska or Canada, birch syrup is now being produced in the northeast.
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