Spring Charms for 2023
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Throughout history, bees have embodied focus, dedication, hard work, teamwork, generosity and prosperity. Images of bees and their hives are present on ancient artefacts associated with goddesses, religions, and ancient cities.
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In Celtic religion the stag was a symbol for the god Cernunnos, “The Horned One”. Cernunnos was often portrayed with antlers himself, and was a god of the forest and wild animals. Stag symbolism and meanings include stamina, virility, grace, instincts, maturity, regeneration, and spiritual enlightenment.
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The Native Symbol the Frog symbolises wealth and abundance. When a Frog is portrayed in art with his tongue touching another creature, it represents the sharing of knowledge and power.
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In general, the ladybug symbol stands for protection, healing, good fortune, and grace. It's a very spiritual animal that often protects plants and flowers.
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The image of a Stork bringing a swaddled newborn to an expectant mother is universally image to the contemporary mind. We have countless generations of our ancestors to thank for this: Viewing the Stork as the embodiment of life and birth, including new beginnings in the land and in our spiritual reality.
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