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1. Agla
Agla: Quabbalistic term, and talismanic symbol, (a cross crosslet over a circle), derived from the Hebrew Atha gibor leolam Adonai ~ 'Thou art mighty forever, O Lord'. Said to invoke good luck and bring great wealth.
Monday, 06 April 2009
2. Alfred
The Saxon king, Alfred the Great of Wessex, reined from 871 aged 23, fighting off relentless Viking invasions until finally capturing London in 886 and becoming King of all England. Revered as both a warrior and a wise scholar, he ruled until his...
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Amour a la Mort: (French); ‘Love With Death’.
Monday, 27 July 2009
4. Amzer
The First Prophet, from earliest Sumerian canons and the Apocryphal writings. The illegitimate and only male offspring of Adam and his first spouse Lilith, outcast by both and adopted by Yhaweh, The Creator, (later to be known as God). Anointed...
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5. Ankh
Ancient Egyptian symbol for life and immortality (or afterlife), and the key of wisdom and secret knowledge. The ankh's form represents the sun over the horizon, with the Nile flowing out below, or alternatively, the combined fertility symbols of...
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A type of arthropod of the class Arachnida, including spiders, possessing only two main body regions and having eight legs.
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7. Araneum
Araneum, (Latin); Spider’s web.
Tuesday, 07 April 2009
Bathory, Countess Elizabeth: (1560-1614). Noblewoman and ‘vampire’ from the powerful Hungarian Bathory family of Castle Csejthe. Known as the ‘Bloody Countess’, from her obsession with blood and its occult powers, and her infamous and...
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Baudelaire, Charles: French poet and critic of the 19th century, well known for his dark themes of lust, decay and depravity. His most famous work, Les Fleurs du Mal, propelled Baudelaire into notoriety, praised by fellow authors as ‘injecting...
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Belle Époque: (French); ‘The Beautiful Era’. The golden age for the upper classes of Europe, ending around 1914, with the onset of The Great War; a bohemian time of peace between governments and Enlightenment-spurred creativity and ingenuity.
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