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♏ Just because I haven't reacted yet it doesn't mean that all is forgotten. I'm just waiting for the right moment and that should scare the hell out of you.

♏ Just because I haven't reacted yet it doesn't mean that all is forgotten. I'm just waiting for the right moment and that should scare the hell out of you.

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Celestite. Believed to work best if given to its owner by a friend or relative. It protects the body from evil. The stone encourages the healing of wounds. Also helpful in solving problems of insomnia.It is connected to both Capricorn and Gemini.

Celestite. Believed to work best if given to its owner by a friend or relative. It protects the body from evil. The stone encourages the healing of wounds. Also helpful in solving problems of insomnia.It is connected to both Capricorn and Gemini.

Nicnevin, whose name is from a Scottish Gaelic surname, Neachneohain meaning "daughter of the divine" and/or "daughter of Scathach" NicNaoimhein meaning "daughter of the little saint" Queen of the Fairies in Scottish folklore. The use of the name for this meaning was first found in Montgomerie’s Flyting and was taken from a woman in Scotland condemned to death for witchcraft before being burnt at the stake as a witch.  In the Borders the name for this archetype was Gyre-Carling whose name…

Nicnevin, whose name is from a Scottish Gaelic surname, Neachneohain meaning "daughter of the divine" and/or "daughter of Scathach" NicNaoimhein meaning "daughter of the little saint" Queen of the Fairies in Scottish folklore. The use of the name for this meaning was first found in Montgomerie’s Flyting and was taken from a woman in Scotland condemned to death for witchcraft before being burnt at the stake as a witch. In the Borders the name for this archetype was Gyre-Carling whose name…

The troll cross (trollkors) is a twisted piece of metal worn as an amulet to ward off malevolent magic. A charm worn by early Scandinavian peoples as protection against trolls and elves, the troll cross is an important part of Scandinavian folklore. Iron and crosses were both believed to ward off evil creatures. Troll crosses continue to be a popular item of jewelry throughout Scandinavia.

The troll cross (trollkors) is a twisted piece of metal worn as an amulet to ward off malevolent magic. A charm worn by early Scandinavian peoples as protection against trolls and elves, the troll cross is an important part of Scandinavian folklore. Iron and crosses were both believed to ward off evil creatures. Troll crosses continue to be a popular item of jewelry throughout Scandinavia.