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Symbols That Protect You From Evil Spirits (Part 1)

Symbols That Protect You From Evil Spirits (Part 1)

Since the dawn of mankind, much of humanities actions have been guided by two of its oldest and most basic instincts: a fear of the unknown, and the need to feel safe. Despite the separation created by different cultures, geographical locations, and eras, the desire to feel safe from both tangible and intangible forces beyond our control is clearly universal. 

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The Symbol of the Tiger in Korean Culture

The Symbol of the Tiger in Korean Culture

  The symbol of the tiger has been greatly revered - maybe equally besmirched -  and respected by the people of Korea for what seems like the whole of time.  The tiger, through the ages, has weaved itself throughout folklore and tradition and continues to be a powerful and mystical figure today. The Tiger is strong, wise and resilient. The Tiger demands respect and a little breathing room. The Tiger protects.

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Symbology in American Society

Symbology in American Society

The amount of power a simple symbol can hold is truly extraordinary. For 30,000 years, it’s been used to convey language, intention, and power. While its place throughout the course of human history cannot be understated, its influence today is arguably more substantial than at any other point since its creation.

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