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Gaia

The most ancient symbol of Mother Earth  that I know of is the symbol of the bucranium, the skull of an ox. This symbol was used a lot during neolithic times to signify fertility; the head symbolising the womb and the … Continue reading

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Herne the Hunter

Herne the Hunter was according to tradition a huntsman employed by King Richard II. He saved the kings life when hunting in Windsor Forest, but was betrayed the next day and hung from an oak. Herne the Hunter is first mentioned in Shakespeare’s play … Continue reading

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