Over the course of time, many animals have developed a great deal of magical symbolism. The horse in particular has been found in folklore and legend in a variety of cultures. From the horse gods of the Celtic lands to the pale horse found in prophecy, the horse features prominently in many myths and legends.
For thousands of years, people have used good luck talismans, charms and amulets to bring fortune their way. In honour of St Patricks day, we have looked at the symbols and charms that the Celts used. To Celts, symbols played a vital role and held incredible, meaningful power in their lives. Stories behind their symbols have been carried on from generation to generation, allowing Celtic herita..
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In many modern traditions, animal symbolisms are incorporated into magical belief and practice. Read on to learn some of the ways people have welcomed animals into their magical practice throughout the ages, as well as specific animals and their folklore and legends.
Check the calendar below to see which animal you are, find your birth year date and that's it!
Zodiac signs play an integral part in Chinese culture, and can be used to determine your fortune for the year, marriage compatability, career fit and so much more. The general consus is that the zodiacs originally had something to do with the worship of animals. A zodiac system has existed in Chin..
Happy Sunday! Heading over to the Royal Academy today for inspiration and another peek at their Charles I exhibition. It’s a real must-see with some truly wonderful art on show. Mirabelle is also part of the Charles I gift edit – see our horse, crown, pearl and more at their shop and online.
Keep warm and inspired! x