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Educate Your Friends And Family Fibromyalgia is the second most common chronic widespread pain disorder in the United States. Sadly the general public and astounding numbers of the medical community are both grossly uninformed and simultaneously misinformed about this debilitating condition. Sharing the truth about Fibromyalgia is an exercise in patience. It may take people a while to grasp the awful reality of what it is like to live with chronic pain and sickness.

Ancient Symbols: The Swastika in different cultures. Many believe that the symbol originated in the ancient Sumerian civilisation (5300-1940BC).

"After much diligent research, aided by other women, I gradually came to understand that beneath the familiar Goddesses of the patriarchy, there is much more ancient Goddess." ~~ Carol P. Christ, author of "Rebirth of the Goddess: Finding Meaning in Feminist Spirituality"

be cool to have some of these as tats.

The Love and Life That You Wear: The Deep Meanings of Symbols Popular Symbols on Jewelry You’ve seen them worn by the hottest celebrities, embedded or engraved in almost all things, and designed as jewelry pieces. Yet you still feel the disconnect. Perhaps it’s because you don’t understand what these symbols stand for. Today, you’ll discover their worth.

Zia photo by Roberto Botello. Predating the New Mexico flag, this sun is a symbol of happiness that appears in the iconography of a number of Native American cultures - same historical period as is handprint to the right. Members of the southern plains nations seem to have painted this over what appears to be prehistoric horned dancing figures.

from: occultview.com/... || ONE: Unity. / TWO: Duality / THREE: Spirit / FOUR: Physical Matter / FIVE: The Body / SIX: Balance & Harmony / SEVEN: Good Fortune / EIGHT: Material Concerns / NINE: Chaos / TEN: Completion.

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Mandala piece, a Buddhist symbol for creation and harmony. Done by Leo at Two Thumbs Tattoo in Pearl City, Hawaii.