Cuckoo Cuckoo Cuckoos are slightly different from other birds. They are known for their selfish nature. They don’t build their own nest. They lay eggs on other bird’s nest. Usually, the young cuckoos are raised by other birds. And when they grow bigger, they push other young birds from the nest. So they symbolize selfishness …

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Pig Pig is a small mammal with short nose and tail. It’s actually considered as a filthy animal. Its a symbol of Mother Goddess according to Egyptian culture. Pig also symbolize fertility and prosperity. Pig is associated with Vajravarahi (mate of Visnu) found in Hindu mythology. They are also associated with arrogance and selfishness. In …

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Rabbit Rabbits are small mammals with 2 long pointy ears, 1 short tail, and 4 strong legs. They can run so fast. Rabbit is a symbol of the moon. It also symbolizes rebirth and fertility according to some ancient cultures. Rabbit also represents vigilance in Christian symbolism for its speed and alertness. Rabbit’s foot is …

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Emerald This stone is significantly associated with Goddess Venus. Emerald symbolize spring, youth, fertility, and immortality. It also represents love and hope. The Emeralds were buried with the Mummies in the Egyptian culture to ensure their eternal youth. Its also believed that this precious stone has some healing power. Emerald is also a symbol of …

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Moonstone Moonstone is like a pale white stone like the color of the moon. So from early years its been associated with the moon. Moonstone symbolizes fertility. The women of Arabic culture use these moonstones with their robes. Its also believed that moonstones can balance the menstrual cycle. Moonstone

The Moon

The Moon The Moon is always mysterious and interesting to mankind. We always imagined many interesting things about it. The illumination of the moon at the night sky represents the symbol of hope and enlightenment. Just like the sun this often symbolizes the birth, death, and resurrection. Scientifically moon also controls the water. And for …

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