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The Seven Deadly Sins
According to the writings of the monk, the seven sins were: gastrimargia; porneia; philargyria; lupē: orgē; akedia; kenodoxia; and hyperephania which when translated to Latin for Roman Catholicism are as follows:
Religions >> Christianity & Paganism
Hemlock: Correspondences
Conium maculatum Poison Folk Names: Beaver Poison, Herb Bennet, Keckies, Kex, Musquash Root, Poison Hemlock, Poison Parsley, Spotted Corobane, Spotted Hemlock, Water Parsley Gender: Feminine Planet: Saturn Element: Water Deity: Hecate Power: Astral Projection,...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary H
Blueflag: Correspondences
Iris versicolor Poison Folk Names: Flag Lily, Fleur-de-Lys, Iris, Liver Lily, Poison Lily, Poison Flag, Snake Lily, Water Flag, Water Iris Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Power: Money...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary B
Bufo rana (Toad Poison)
Homoeopathic Bufo is made from the poison of the toad. The toad releases his poison when he is teased or irritated; it can paralyze a dog. The Chinese were the first to apply dried toad poison for a variety of complaints. The American homoeopath J.T. Kent...
Remedies >> Remedies B
Basil - The Herb of Kings
Basil, from soil to seed To strong stems and beautiful leaves. I ask for blessings to have bestowed As I nurture and watch you grow. From mornings dew and sun of afternoon To rays of the stars and midnights moon Mother Earth watch over thee As I my will, So...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary B
Conium maculatum (Poison Hemlock)
In ancient Greece Poison Hemlock was a regularly used punishment for criminals. In 399 BC the great philosopher Socrates was killed this way; his crime consisted of teaching people to think for themselves - a great evil in old dictatorial Greece. Thanks to...
Remedies >> Remedies C
Her name means 'She who causes to breathe' and refers to her power of protecting from, or curing poisonous stings of scorpions and serpents. The reason for this might lie in the fact that those who have been bitten tend to breathe too fast and too shallow...
Deities & Heros >> Egyptian

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Toxic beetles and poisonous plants: Study reveals how southern Africa's
In southern Africa, certain hunter-gatherer communities called the San peoples, have traditionally been known to use deadly poison-tipped arrows to hunt big game like gazelles and giraffe. Now, in a study published in ZooKeys, researchers have ...
Top secret CIA poison dart gun 'gives targets deadly HEART ATTACKS and leaves
A WHISTLEBLOWER has claimed the CIA developed a "heart attack gun" laced with deadly poison to carry out assassinations. By Tom Parfitt Tom Parfitt. PUBLISHED: 01:24, Tue, Feb 16, 2016 | UPDATED: 01:41, Tue, Feb 16, 2016 ...
Deadly weather on 'poison planet' revealed: Scientists expose grim conditions
They found that its atmosphere contains vast amounts of the deadly poison hydrogen cyanide, which is likely to have been boiled by the nearby star to form deadly clouds which would kill a human in less than a minute.
Remains found in amber belong to a new poisonous species of plant
Researchers said the plants likely contained deadly poison when they bloomed between 20 and 45 million years ago because they are so closely related to modern plants producing strychnine and curare. These toxins were once used for arrow poison in ...
So about that elephant scene in 'The Brothers Grimsby'…
And when he gets shot by a poison dart, he knows the only solution is for Nobby to suck the deadly fluid from the puncture wound. Naturally, the arrow hit Sebastian right in the cojones.

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