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Moon's Surface, 1877

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Korean Folkart (문자도) Featuring the rabbit in the moon. He was the best self-sac. bun for Sakka (King of Heaven)which is why he gets his likeness shadowed on the moons surface.#KoreanArt

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Lunar Surface, 1841

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Draw down the moon.Finely powdered resins and herbs for use in full moon spell work, ritual and ceremony, as altar incense, offering to moon deities, esbats, and general moon phase magic. This incense produces a lovely scented smoke. Use common sense when burning. Keep in a heat resistant censer, on a heatproof surface.A little goes a long way.-Not intended for consumption. Keep out of reach of children and pets.Below the Oak assumes no responsibility for the misuse ...

Inspired by lunar surfaces, this snow globe imagines the moon as a crystal orb suspended amid glittering stars of confetti. Each globe melds sophistication with whimsical delight.


Goddess: Mama Quilla (Incan).Mama Quilla was the Inca goddess of the moon and the defender of women. She was also an important goddess to the Inca calendar, which used both lunar and solar calculations


Oberon, a major moon of the planet Uranus. Named after the mythical king of fairies by William Herschel in 1787.