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How Farmers Are Using Falcons to Protect Crops

How Farmers Are Using Falcons to Protect Crops | Mental Floss

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This is a criminal extortion racket. What is the difference between a mobster coming to your property and demanding a portion of your profits for “protection” and the government coming to your property and demanding a portion of your crops for “protection?” NOTHING!!!

from Etsy

HEDGEWITCH - Pagan Goddess Charm Bracelet - Wise woman - Healer - Midwife - Wiccan - Magick spells - Blessings By White Raven Designs

Pagan Goddess Charm Bracelet HEDGEWITCH by Ravenshire's Realm ... A Hedge Witch is a solitary practitioner of Wicca - A Wise woman understanding nature, prophecy and divination, as well as magick and healing. They served their community in many ways - midwifery, healing, protection spells, house blessings, crop and livestock blessings. Her craft is her own - usually handed down to her by family and honed by her own experience and research.

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Gnomes are small mythical beings found in European folklore. Since they live underground, it is believed they bring good luck and protection to things in the ground, such as crops and minerals. Today, they are popular garden figures where they add a whimsical connection to old world beliefs. #gnome #europeanfolklore #gardentochristmastree #christmas #glassornament #oldworldchristmas Gnome (Item #24133)

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Animal photos of the week: 29 November 2013

Thousands of starlings arrive to roost in the small village of Rigg, near Gretna, in the Scottish Borders

from Journeying to the Goddess

Goddess Aine

Áine - "Aine (pronounced AW-neh) was one of the very ancient and powerful Goddesses of sovereignty in Ireland. She was a fertility Goddess in that She had control and command over crops and animals and encouraged human love. ”One of the great Goddesses of ancient Ireland survives in modern times as the queen of the fairies of south Munster, the southwest corner of the island, who is said to haunt Knockainy Hill there."

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Details about 19thC Antique ¾ct Scotland Amethyst Ancient Celtic Roman Greek Warrior Talisman

19thC Antique ¾ct Scotland Amethyst Ancient Celtic Roman Greek Warrior Talisman