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In Greek mythology Dryads, tree nymphs, lived in Oaks. It is said that faeries of all types take safe haven in Oak groves. The Celtic Druids were the keepers of the sacred Oaks that represented protected doorways to other realms. In Norse mythology the Oak is sacred to Thor, the God of Thunder * One of the 48 cards in the - this is a brief description and not the complete oracle meaning.

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from Dyson's Dodecahedron

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“Our lives of service and sacrifice are the most appropriate expressions of our commitment to serve the Master and our fellowmen.” ~Dallin H. Oaks


Siegfried Freytag "The Malta Lion" He was officially credited with 102 victories of which 49 victories were claimed over the Eastern Front. Among his victories over the Western Front are at least 2 four-engine bombers. Freytag had been nominated for the Oak Leaves to Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross, but the war ended before the paperwork had been processed.