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Seller: rokgod333 (5,386) 100%, Location: Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 382852879774 MY FEEDBACK IS HIGH POSITIVE YOU CAN TRUST ME FREE SHIPPING IN UNITED STATES MY EBAY STORE MYJEWLRYBLING pewter red & white color yin yang asian icon logo sign heart right & left side of heart is dolphins forming shape pendant charm + 30 inch 2mm leather cord necklace i tie a knot in end of leather to make a 30 inch necklace this length will fit over most peoples head but a lot of people just hang it on the rear view mirror in there car SIZE average IT IS around 1 quarters american coin TALL & WIDE CHAIN CHARM RING IS SOLID METAL BRASS BASED JEWELER`S METAL IS USED BECAUSE OF ITS COHESIVE ABILITY WITH GOLD & SILVER TOP QUALITY AMERICAN MADE ALL EMAIL ANSWERED SHIPPED FAST I SHIP DAILY IF IN DOUBT READ MY FEED BACK IT IS HIGH POSITIVE MY EBAY STORE & DOMAIN IS MYJEWELRYBLING BELOW ARE RELATED KEYWORDS legend horror alloy metal magical magic fantasy witch myth magic fantasy dark all seeing eye folklore barbarian middle ages nostalgic skull bike motorcycle biker warrior pipe thug horror africa asian english egyptian irish scotland english wiccan religion religious costume ancient goth gothic celt celtic celt goth pagan druid stonehenge pimp thug dark rite ceremony voo doo cuba wizard BLING HIP HOP mythological occultism Use in new movements Latter Day Saints Serer religion Druze Other modern use Pentagram of Venus Bibliography External links mythological Early history Western symbolism East Asian symbolism Use in modern occultism Use in new religious movements Latter Day Saints Serer religion Other modern use Construction Golden ratio Trigonometric values Three-dimensional figures Higher dimensions Pentagram of Venus Bibliography External links Bahá'í Latter Day Saints Wicca religious use Serer religion Druze Other modern use Geometry Construction Golden ratio Trigonometric values Three-dimensional figures Higher dimensions LOGO ICON SIGN SYMBOL CULT OCCULT BELOW NAMES ANCIENT DEMONIC GODS Abaddon Abraxas Adramelech Agares Ahriman Aim/Haborym Aim Alastor Alloces Amdusias Amon Amy Andrealphus Andromalius Androma Anzu Asmodeus Astaroth Azazel Bael Balam Balan Balam Barbatos Bathin Beelzebub Ba’al-zebub Behemoth Demonology Evil Apocalypticism Beleth Belphegor Berith Bhairava (Shiva) Bifrons Botis Buer Bune Cacus Cali (Kali) Callicantzaros Camio Caym/Camio Cerberus Chiang-shih/ Kiang shi Cimejes Crocell Daevas Dagwanoenyent Daityas Dantalion Decarabia Deumus Ereshkigal Erinyes Eurynome Fallen Angels Fenrir Flaga Focalor Fomorians Foras Forneus Furcas Furfur Ereshkigal Erinyes Eurynome Fallen Angels Fenrir Flaga Focalor Fomorians Foras Forneus Furcas Furfur Hel Hiisi Hun/ Vucub Came Hurakan Iblis Incubus Ipos Ishtar/ Inanna Izanami Jinn Jormungand Kappas Lamia le Grand Negre Lechies Leonard Leraje Leviatha Lllith Lix Tetrax Loki Lucifer Malphas Mammon Mara Marax Marbas Marchosias Mastema Melchiresa Melchom Mephistophiles Mictlantecuhtli Moloch Murmur Naberius Nagas Nickar Nybbas Onoskelis Oriax Ornias Orobas Ose Paimon Phenex Picollus Pretas Pruflas Purson Rahovart Rakshasas Raum Ribesal Ronove Sabnock Sallos Samigina Satan Seere Seraphim Shax Shedim Sitri Stolas Succubus Tezcatlipoca Tlaltecuhtli Tornarsuk Tzitzimime Ukobach Uvall Valefor Vapula Vassago Vepar Vine Volac Vrykolakas Vucub Caquix Watchers/ Nephilim Xaphan Yan-gant-y-tan Yara-ma-yha-who Yenaldooshi Zagan Zepar MY EBAY STORE & DOMAIN IS MYJEWELRYBLING KEYWORDS yin yang info In Chinese philosophy yin and yang (also yin-yang or yin yang) describes how apparently opposite or contrary forces are actually complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another. Many tangible dualities (such as light and dark, fire and water, and male and female) are thought of as physical manifestations of the duality of yin and yang. This duality lies at the origins of many branches of classical Chinese science and philosophy as well as being a primary guideline of traditional Chinese medicine,[1] and a central principle of different forms of Chinese martial arts and exercise, such as baguazhang taijiquan (t'ai chi), and qigong (Chi Kung), as well as in the pages of the I Ching. Most people know Stonehenge as the man made ring of ancient stones in England and attribute to it some association with the ancient Druidic and pagan people of that land. What they may not know are the various legends ascribed to the stone ring legends that link its construction to Ireland and even Africa, not to mention wizards and giants. Stonehenge is not simply a circle of standing stones, although that is certainly what is the most apparent. The stones stand in a ditch carved out around 3,000 BC, and as the stones themselves (or at least their placement) date to around 2,200 BC, the construction of Stonehenge was not an overnight accomplishment. This is one factor that many legends do not take into account, as they ascribe the erection of the stones to magic or as the work of massive giants, things that one would assume would not take thousands of years. One myth suggests that King Arthur was responsible for the creation of the stone circle, harnessing the power of 15,000 knights and one wizard to do so. The stones were in Ireland, and obtaining them necessitated the killing of 7,000 Irish, who didn’t want to give up their stones. All the king’s men couldn’t move the stones, however, but Merlin managed to magic them to their resting place in Wiltshire. And how did the rocks end up in Ireland? According to Geoffrey of Monmouth, the author to first put Arthurian Legend to narration, they were moved from Africa to Ireland by giants, brought to the Emerald Isle because of special healing properties. Geoffrey was known to inject a good deal of his own imagination into his “historical” writings. The Origin of the Witches Myth There is no way to pin down the exact genesis of the Witches Myth, although Genesis is when it may have come about. Ascribing supernatural powers to things mankind did not (and at the time, could not) comprehend was a common way of dealing with the unknown in ancient history, and witches and other types of magicians and wizards were present in the lore of all peoples. The actual history of witchcraft (as opposed to magic- use in general) is tied closely to paganism, and has its roots in religion. Today people who practice witchcraft as a religion are often referred to as Wiccians, and it is their belief that they are practicing something beneficial and benign. This belief is not always shared, and in the past the differences in belief often lead to witch hunts. The Angels in the Koran have different jobs: nineteen deal with Hell-Fire, eight support the throne of God. Several others take the souls of the deserving to Heaven when their physical bodies die. Two stay with each human during their life. One recording good deeds, the other bad deeds. The witch hunt is often tied to the infamous Salem Witch Trials of early American history, where a feverish rash of accusations lead to the death by trial of many citizens of Salem. Accusing a magic practitioner of dealing with evil forces, leading to their trial and execution, is not a practice unique to the Christian church, however, and has been a facet of history for as long as there have been people claiming magical powers. The actual line is “Double, double, toil and trouble…” although it does come from Macbeth. In the scene that has this line three witches are brewing a charm at a large cauldron, bubbling over a fire. Into this pot they are throwing all manner of ingredients not likely to be found to hand in a typical pantry. Toad entrails (poisoned, of course), snake fillet, owl wing, wolf tooth, scale of dragon, and the infamous “eye of newt” all make the list, along with other, even more unsavory items. Three crooked, black-garbed crones filled with malicious intent and bitter, unholy knowledge breaking the laws of nature with evil in mind—this is the typical presentation of witches. Final Thoughts The typical characteristics and abilities of the stereotypical witch- a black cat familiar, the ability to fly on broomsticks, shape changing and spell casting- remain attached to the Witches Myth. Regardless of the historical truths of witches and witchcraft, when it comes time to dress in costume, the long, warty nose and pointy black hat will come on quickly. The European Dragon is a malevolent creature that looks like a gigantic serpent or lizard with wings. They have thick scales like either a fish or a snake. Dragons generally also have short legs, which they use to get around on foot. They use their leathery wings to fly long distances and over mountains and large stretches of water. They will destroy anything in their path by crushinging it or burning it with their fire-breath. The breath of a dragon has also been known to cause plagues. They typically live in caves and frequently guard treasures.Chinese Dragons are benevolent creatures that are friends to humans. 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