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Questions and Answers about Power Animals
Question : So, what does it mean to work with 'power' animals? Are we working with an individual animal, say the 'possum down the street or the wolf at the zoo? Answer : Well, sorry to say, no. When you work with a 'power' animal (I've got to find a better...
Symbology >> Animals
The Horned God in India and Europe
Of all of the Gods that we honor in Paganism today probably the most revered is the Horned God, in the shape and form of Cernunnos. Pick up some modern Pagan literature and chances are he is in there, listen to conversation at a Moot and you will hear him...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Deities & Heros >> Indic
The Charge of the God
Listen to the words of the God, who is son, brother, lover and consort of the Lady: I am the fleet deer in the forest, I am the beach which receives the waves. I am the sun which warms the earth. I am the Lord of the Spiral Dance of Life, Death and Rebirth,...
Religions >> Paganism & Wicca
King James Bible: Numbers, Chapter 3
Chapter 3 3:1 These also are the generations of Aaron and Moses in the day that the LORD spake with Moses in mount Sinai. 3:2 And these are the names of the sons of Aaron; Nadab the firstborn, and Abihu, Eleazar, and Ithamar. 3:3 These are the names of the...
Old Testament >> Numbers
The Charge of the Goddess
Listen to the words of the Great Mother, who of old was called Artemis, Astarte, Dione, Melusine, Aphrodite, Ceridwen, Diana, Arionrhod, Brigid, and by many other names: "Whenever you have need of anything, once in the month, and better it be when the...
Religions >> Paganism & Wicca
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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Creating a Heraldic Device - Modar University
Mullet Roundel. Annulet. Creatures are a third central type of charges utilized in heraldry.
Beaver: an animal used as a heraldic charge that is symbolic of Canada. Blazon: the description, in a specialized language, of the design of a coat of arms.
Imperial Manual of Heraldry
left up to individual artist or member. Heraldry only insists that the charge be recognizable by all as the animal or item that it is meant to portray.
Children's Heraldry Presentation
Heraldic Design -- Charges.
Apr 12, 2011 Creation of a new chapter detailing Coast Guard Auxiliary heraldry, for all .. A circle is the most functional, cost-effective, and practical shape for a lightning bolts, and animals) as done by Air Station Cape Cod (Figure 7-4).

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Charge (heraldry) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Animals, especially lions and eagles, feature prominently as heraldic charges (cf. totem[1]).
Fleur-de-lis Designs - Custom Crests, Logos, and Coats of Arms
SYMBOLISM OF HERALDIC COLORS, FURS, LINES & ORDINARIES or. For examples of the different positions for heraldic animals, see our .
Animals (Heraldry) - Cunnan
Jan 1, 2008 In period heraldry animals were a frequent charge.
Many animal charges were used in the art of heraldry, the creatures chosen were as often fantasy/mythological as real.
Heraldic Charges : Heraldic and phantasy creatures
Apr 29, 2008 The largest heraldry site on the net, with presently coats of arms on-line !

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