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Mermaids, 1990

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80slove:

Mermaids, 1990

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pleasantfiictions:

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thebloodwhisperer:

I don’t care what anyone says. I love Susan. And I love Jackson. And I love Susan and Jackson. Writers fix this please!

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Tapiz de Star Wars

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♚ Plants in Mythology → Apples/Apple Trees
Apples have been regarded as sacred or magical in almost every country in which they grow, and from very early times. Apples are brimming with symbolic meanings and mythic associations, having heavy mentions in Greek, Norse, and Christian mythology. In China they represent peace, and apple blossoms are a symbol of women’s beauty. To destroy an orchard was in many parts of England almost sacrilegious, and it was said that if an orchard was destroyed to make way for another crop, the crop would never prosper. In other traditions, they can signify wisdom, joy, fertility, and youthfulness. 
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onlyechoesrespond:

♚ Plants in Mythology → Apples/Apple Trees

Apples have been regarded as sacred or magical in almost every country in which they grow, and from very early times. Apples are brimming with symbolic meanings and mythic associations, having heavy mentions in Greek, Norse, and Christian mythology. In China they represent peace, and apple blossoms are a symbol of women’s beauty. To destroy an orchard was in many parts of England almost sacrilegious, and it was said that if an orchard was destroyed to make way for another crop, the crop would never prosper. In other traditions, they can signify wisdom, joy, fertility, and youthfulness. 

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