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Rising of Aries: Prince of the Zodiacs

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Aries The Ram
Modality: Cardinal Element: Fire Ruler: Mars
Season: Spring 1st Sign of Zodiac
Metal: Iron Stone: Amethyst, Diamond Color:RedAnatomy: Head, face.
Keywords: active, initiating, leading, independent, aggressive, impatient, combative, energetic, pioneering, naive, assertive

Aries symbol is the charging Ram, who puts everything it's got into the fight or challenge of the moment.  You're an Aries if you were born sometime between March 21st and April 21st.

Comparison with its symbol, the ram:

Aries is symbolized by the ram. The ram has come to represent male fertility, aggression, and courage. A ram’s horn is part of a cornucopia, the “horn of plenty”, symbolizing abundance. In history, rams were often symbols of leadership. Aries natives are said to be leaders and pioneers.
Rams butt their heads into their enemies, and Aries natives are thought to approach life “head-on”.
The glyph for Aries is a straightforward one — it depicts the ram’s horns.

Gods
Amon-Ra, who was depic…

Gods of the Emerald Isle

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Since it is St. Patrick's Day, I think it is time to remind the gods of old.
Morrigan - goddess of war Morrigan is known as the goddess of war, with her name loosely interpreted to mean “Great Queen,” “Phantom Queen” or “Queen of Demons.” She was believed to hover over a battlefield in the form of either a crow or a raven, and supposedly influenced or predicted the outcome of the battle. She appeared to Dagda on the feast of Samhain, had sex with him, and promised to aid him in the upcoming battle. With her aid, Dagda was victorious in his battle.
Aonghus - God of love and youth Aonghus, also known as Angus, Aengus, or Oengus of the Bruig, is believed to be the god of love and youth. He is associated with the valley of the River Boyne. His story is that he searched all of Ireland for a beautiful maiden. Aonghus eventually found Caer, who was with 150 other maidens destined to turn into swans on November 1, the feast of Samhain. Aonghus transformed himself into a swan so he could be…