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CafePress Epona Fish Rectangle Sticker Sticker Rectangle – Standard

A tribute to the Celtic horse goddess Epona, and a satirical take-off on the Jesus Fish logo.

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EPONA Scrubby Bath Cloth – Assorted

Indispensible for bathing. Creates a massaging effect horses (and humans) really enjoy. Will not mildew. Dries quickly. This listing is for one bath cloth sold only in assorted colors

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Yucky Worms: Read and Wonder

Here’s to nature’s recyclers! Kids will burrow right into this book about the industrious — and danger-filled — life of the delightfully yucky earthworm.

Who would want to be friends with a wiggly, slimy worm? You can’t even tell which end is which! But there’s more to these lowly creatures than meets the eye. Kids are invited to find out where worms live, see how they move, and understand why gardeners consider them friends with the help of this humorous and informative look at an unappreciated — and fascinating — creature.

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There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Fly Guy

The fourth book in a humorous, easy-to-read series about a boy and his pet fly! Each book in the series has a fun foil cover!

Buzz is visiting Grandma, and Fly Guy comes along for the ride. Oops! Grandma swallows Fly Guy, then a spider, then a bird, then a cat, then a dog. . . .

She’s about to swallow a horse, when Fly Guy shouts: “BUZZZ!” Buzz is starting to worry, but there is nothing Fly Guy can’t handle! He flies out, and all the critters follow. And everybody parties!

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[(Ecstasy, Ritual and Alternate Reality: Religion in a Pluralistic World)] [Author: Felicitas D. Goodman] published on (March, 1992)

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By Felicitas D. Goodman – Ecstasy, Ritual, and Alternate Reality: Religion in a Pluralistic (Second Printing) (1989-01-06) [Paperback]

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Walking in Light: The Everyday Empowerment of a Shamanic Life

A shaman can serve as a healer, storyteller, and a keeper of wisdom-but most of all, teaches Sandra Ingerman, “Shamans radiate a light that uplifts everybody. In our culture, we tend to focus on methods and forget that the greatest way we can offer healing to the world is to become a vessel of love.” With Walking in Light, this renowned teacher offers a complete guide for living in a shamanic way-empowered by purpose, focus, and a deep connection to the spiritual dimensions.

Walking in Light is a resource filled with practical techniques, indigenous wisdom, and invaluable guidance for both new and experienced shamanic practitioners. Most importantly, Sandra Ingerman illuminates the meaning behind the practices-revealing our universe as a place where spirit is the ultimate reality, where our intentions shape our world, and where unseen allies support us on every step of our journey.

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White Buffalo Calf Woman Greeting Card — Pack of 3 W/envelopes

Native American Goddess who brought Herbal Medicine and The Pipe. White Buffalo Calf Woman Greeting Card — Pack of 3

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Anansi Does The Impossible!: An Ashanti Tale (Aladdin Picture Books)

Long ago, when the earth was set down and the sky was lifted up, all the folktales were owned by the Sky God. And Anansi, that cunning little spider, was determined to buy them back. The payment? A live python, one real fairy, and forty-seven stinging hornets. Not such a high price to pay for all the folktales on earth. But how will Anansi find these hard to come bgy items? It sounds impossible! There’s only one way to find the help he needs — Anansi must go to his clever wife, Aso. But will she be smart enough to outwit the Sky God and get the stories back? This humorous retelling of an Ashanti tale brings Anansi together with his better half in an ingenious scheme that will delight readers of all ages!

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Animal-Headed Gods 12X18 Art Paper with Gold Frame

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