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Goddess Aphrodite

Greek Goddess Aphrodite Areas of Influence: Goddess of love and beauty. She is associated with the islands of Cyprus, Cythera and Kos. She was said to have been created from the foam of the sea. This Goddess did not originate from Greece she was worshipped in the Eastern Mediterranean as an early mother Goddess figure.

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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

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Thomas Appleton Golden Hare, on Cornish Slate http://www.thosworks.com/

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Welcome to Saints & Sinners, run by Jimmy (hiding Vic) and kept alive by Serenity (hiding Janet).

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Aphrodite is the goddess of love and beauty. This is a neo traditional version of Boticelli's painting by Paul Aherne. Often naked, Aphrodite (or Venus for Romans) appeals to women who want to express their desire of beauty, seduction and an happy relationship.

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Shakespeare quote from Much Ado About Nothing: "Let me be that I am and seek not to alter me."

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