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Frog Post Earrings, Red/green

Many cultures regard the frog as a symbol of life, good luck and resurrection. Because it lays quantities of eggs, it is a fertility symbol and was sacred to the frog-headed Heket, Egyptian goddess of birth. The green frog symbolizes the flooding of the Nile. To the Celts, the frog was the lord of earth and represented the curative power of water.
Red enameled 24 karat gold-plate over pewter and brass, enhanced by rhinestones.
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King Silk Art 100% Handmade Embroidery Horse Chinese Print Framed Wildlife Animal Painting Gift Oriental Asian Wall Art Décor Artwork Hanging Picture Gallery 34107BFG

King Silk Art makes silk embroidery wall art, 100% hand-stitched by Master Artists in Suzhou, China. Our artwork, Susho, is completely natural, created with tiny needles and pure silk thread. Susho is a 2500 year old family tradition, with a unique and fascinating history.

In Chinese symbology, horses represent speed, fame and success. Horses and silk worms have a legendary connection, perhaps stemming from a similarity in the appearance of their heads.

The legend is about a goddess called the Horse-headed Lady, patroness of silk worm farming. Before Imperial China, there were 7 individual kingdoms that were always at war. During this time, men were often drafted into military service and were sent to distant places for years at a time.

A farmer was forced into the army and was sent far away, likely forever. The farmer had a beautiful young daughter who was so worried about her father, she couldn’t stand it anymore. She told the family horse that she would marry him, if he found her father and brought him back home safely.

The horse ran off and was able to find the farmer and brought him home to his daughter. The ungrateful father was so enraged when the horse insisted on marrying his daughter; the farmer killed the horse, skinned him and hung the hide in the air to dry.

The daughter came outside to look at the hide and a cyclone appeared. The swirling wind wrapped the daughter in the horsehide and flew away. The farmer spend days searching for his daughter, and discovered she had been transformed into a silk worm in a mulberry tree, the Horse-head Lady, goddess of silk worm cultivation.

In Feng Shui, horses are symbols of fire, fame, and personal promotion. Symbolically, horses bring good things on their backs and are a good luck charm for a speedy and successful outcome.

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God’s Covenant with Animals: A Biblical Basis for the Humane

From Genesis to Christ, the Bible testifies to God’s love and concern for animals. The same self-centeredness that led to the violence and abuse that has marked human relations also caused the abuse and exploitation of animals. The Bible, argues the author, calls upon human beings to stop their violence and abuse of each other and all other creatures. It promises that when they do, the sorrow and the suffering that marks life on Earth will five way to the joy and peace that God ordained at the creation of the world.

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Wonders of God’s Creations: Animal Kingdom

Shimmering orange flies aloft from Canada to South America in the form of Monarch butterflies; salmon, miles and years after leaving their spawning ground, return with nothing but the map designed into their genes. Throughout the animal kingdom God’s provision and craftsmanship are widely displayed.

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SPYDERCO Tatanka G-10 Black Plain Edge Knife, Black, Left/Right

Tatanka – Fans of large, hard-use folders rejoice. Spyderco’s new Tatanka takes Spyderco’s familiar look and proven performance characteristics then supercharge them with the extreme strength of an all-new lock-the PowerLock. One of the strongest locking mechanism produced, it is housed within a handle of full skeletonized stainless steel liners and textured G-10 scales. The Tantanka’s business end features a stout saber-ground VG-10 blade with a pronounced swedge for an acute point. A four-position clip provides tipup or tip-down carry on either side of the knife, providing every possible carry position and makes the knife all-around ambidextrous.

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Forum Novelties Women’s Costume Egyptian Asp Headband with Beads, Gold, One Size

From funny to frightening, Forum has it all. Forum Novelties has been providing quality costumes and accessories for decades, always striving to meet customer needs and exceed their expectations.

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Mysteries Of The Snake Goddess: Art, Desire, And The Forging Of History Reprint Edition by Lapatin, Kenneth published by Da Capo Press (2003)

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SITTING ON THE BLUE-EYED BEAR Navajo Myths and Legends

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Four-armed Kali Killing Animal-headed Demons – Watercolor on Paper – Artist: Kailash Raj

Dimensions: 10.8 inches X 8.5 inches

Hindu Paintings & Artwork | Paintings of Hindu Gods & Goddesses
Watercolor on Paper – Artist: Kailash Raj
This folio, a miniature rendered pursuing Kangra idiom of Pahari art as practised around 1780-1810 AD, broadly during the reign of Raja Sansar Chand when Kangra art style not merely touched its ever greatest heights but also revolutionized all Pahari art-styles, represents the four-armed Kali, the ferocious goddess of battlefield and cremation ground, charging at the host of animal-headed demons, Chand and Munda in particular, and eliminating them almost bare-handed. In a repeat representation she has been painted as bringing, like trophies of war, to Devi the severed heads of Chanda and Munda, the two mighty demons she was specially commanded by the Devi to kill. Satisfaction of having accomplished the job she was assigned with reflects even on her repulsive face. The two brothers Chand and Munda were friends and commanders of the army of Shumbha and Nishumbha, the two mighty demons in occupation of all three worlds. After long rigorous penance the two brothers, Shumbha and Nishumbha, had won from Brahma the boon of invincibility against all males, gods, human, animal or any. When back from Himalayas after the accomplishment of their penance they met Chand and Munda and befriended them and put them into the command of their army. They then attacked the heaven and ousted from there Indra and all gods. For his help in regaining Baikuntha, their abode, gods approached Brahma who revealed on them the secret of the invincibility of Shumbha and Nishumbha and showed his inability to help. Returned empty-handed, gods hid in forest where they met their teacher Brahaspati who advised them to pray Parvati for their rescue. When approached, Parvati meditated for a while. Thereupon from her being emerged the divine form of Kaushiki or Kali. She then assured the gods of

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King Silk Art 100% Handmade Embroidery Feng Shui Brown Mane Horse Chinese Print Framed Wildlife Animal Painting Gift Oriental Asian Wall Art Décor Artwork Hanging Picture Gallery 34130BFG

King Silk Art makes silk embroidery wall art, 100% hand-stitched by Master Artists in Suzhou, China. Our artwork, Susho, is completely natural, created with tiny needles and pure silk thread. Susho is a 2500 year old family tradition, with a unique and fascinating history.

In Chinese symbology, horses represent speed, fame and success. Horses and silk worms have a legendary connection, perhaps stemming from a similarity in the appearance of their heads.

The legend is about a goddess called the Horse-headed Lady, patroness of silk worm farming. Before Imperial China, there were 7 individual kingdoms that were always at war. During this time, men were often drafted into military service and were sent to distant places for years at a time.

A farmer was forced into the army and was sent far away, likely forever. The farmer had a beautiful young daughter who was so worried about her father, she couldn’t stand it anymore. She told the family horse that she would marry him, if he found her father and brought him back home safely.

The horse ran off and was able to find the farmer and brought him home to his daughter. The ungrateful father was so enraged when the horse insisted on marrying his daughter; the farmer killed the horse, skinned him and hung the hide in the air to dry.

The daughter came outside to look at the hide and a cyclone appeared. The swirling wind wrapped the daughter in the horsehide and flew away. The farmer spend days searching for his daughter, and discovered she had been transformed into a silk worm in a mulberry tree, the Horse-head Lady, goddess of silk worm cultivation.

In Feng Shui, horses are symbols of fire, fame, and personal promotion. Symbolically, horses bring good things on their backs and are a good luck charm for a speedy and successful outcome.

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