Bes originated in the Sudan and is represented as a grotesque, bearded dwarf with a crown and a sword. Bes, was also a primary god of women in labor and a protector of the home, but it was his fondness for beer that established a spiritual association for brewing second only to that of the goddess Hathor. According to Ian Spencer Hornsey’s A History of Beer and Brewing, “Bes was very fond of drinking beer and is often represented on scarabs as sucking beer through a straw from a large…
In Norse folklore, both the Acorn and its bearer, the Oak tree, bring good fortune. The Vikings associated Oak trees with Thor, leading people to place a lone Acorn on their windowsills to protect their houses from lightning.
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The Greeks called this Amber "elektron", which gave us our word of electricity, and its power to give off sparks when rubbed may be why many people have considered it a lucky charm. Both the Chinese and the Muslims burn amber as incense as a protection against evil spirits.
Poisonous Plants: The are an ancient family of deliriants and hallucinogens that have been venerated as "Witches’ Weeds" since the earliest disciples of plant lore learned of their properties. Among them are counted Henbane and Hemlock, Datur