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Rose Quartz Gemstone

Rose Quartz 10mm Shamballa Bracelet

Rose Quartz Gemstone

Dream of Venus by Salvador Dali | New York World’s Fair | 1939

Dream of Venus by Salvador Dali | New York World’s Fair | 1939

Copper: Copper was associated with the goddess Aphrodite/Venus in mythology and alchemy, owing to its lustrous beauty, its ancient use in producing mirrors, and its association with Cyprus, which was sacred to the goddess. The elemental alchemy symbol for copper is also the planetary symbol for Venus. As such, this symbol embodies such characteristics as love, balance, feminine beauty, and artistic creativity

Copper: Copper was associated with the goddess Aphrodite/Venus in mythology and alchemy, owing to its lustrous beauty, its ancient use in producing mirrors, and its association with Cyprus, which was sacred to the goddess. The elemental alchemy symbol for copper is also the planetary symbol for Venus. As such, this symbol embodies such characteristics as love, balance, feminine beauty, and artistic creativity

Magick Spells:  #Correspondences ~ FRIDAY ~ Venus Energy ~ Magickal Moonie's Sanctuary.

Magick Spells: #Correspondences ~ FRIDAY ~ Venus Energy ~ Magickal Moonie's Sanctuary.

Rose Quartz - by Skyla NightOwl - The Magical Circle School www.themagicalcircle.net

Rose Quartz - by Skyla NightOwl - The Magical Circle School www.themagicalcircle.net

Aphrodite riding a dolphin - Terracotta from Myrina, Greece, 1st BC, Antikensammlungen, Munich

Aphrodite riding a dolphin - Terracotta from Myrina, Greece, 1st BC, Antikensammlungen, Munich

Queen Anne's Lace Magical Properties - The Magical Circle School - www.themagicalcircle.net

Queen Anne's Lace Magical Properties - The Magical Circle School - www.themagicalcircle.net

Venus from The Seven Planets. In profile to right; holding a large arrow and a burning heart; a pair of scales and a bull representing Libra and Taurus on the ground; from a series of seven engravings of the planetary gods as whole-length figures standing in landscapes with symbols of their respective signs of the Zodiac. 1528 Engraving Print made by: Monogrammist IB  School/style: German Date: 1528 Materials: paper Technique: engraving British Museum number: 1837,0616.175

Venus from The Seven Planets. In profile to right; holding a large arrow and a burning heart; a pair of scales and a bull representing Libra and Taurus on the ground; from a series of seven engravings of the planetary gods as whole-length figures standing in landscapes with symbols of their respective signs of the Zodiac. 1528 Engraving Print made by: Monogrammist IB School/style: German Date: 1528 Materials: paper Technique: engraving British Museum number: 1837,0616.175

Aphrodite by Susan Seddon Boulet, June 1976

Aphrodite by Susan Seddon Boulet, June 1976

Lotus Magical Properties - The Magical Circle School - www.themagicalcircle.net

Lotus Magical Properties - The Magical Circle School - www.themagicalcircle.net

venusmilk:  Ex Libris by Bruno Héroux (source)

venusmilk: Ex Libris by Bruno Héroux (source)

Oregano - By: Laura Sireci Roman

Oregano - By: Laura Sireci Roman

Cinnamon Magical Properties - The Magical Circle School - www.themagicalcircle.net

Cinnamon Magical Properties - The Magical Circle School - www.themagicalcircle.net

'Loves of the Gods': Mars and Venus  by John Smith, after Titian -  mezzotint, 1708. © National Portrait Gallery, London

'Loves of the Gods': Mars and Venus by John Smith, after Titian - mezzotint, 1708. © National Portrait Gallery, London