#Omens&Symbols . . . .the ‘little clover’

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“The little trefoil known as the shamrock was once known as ‘seamróg’, pronounced ‘seamroy’, meaning ‘little clover’. Many agree that the ancient Druids honored it as a sacred plant. The Druids believed the shamrock had the power to avert evil spirits. Some people still believe the shamrock has mystical, even prophetic, powers. It is said that the leaves of shamrocks turn upright whenever a storm is coming.”

Text credit: Fantasy-Ireland; Emerlad Streams. http://www.fantasy-ireland.com/shamrock-legend.html
Image & text source: Between the Realms https://www.facebook.com/BetweenTheRealms/

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By GrannyMoon Posted in Pagan

One comment on “#Omens&Symbols . . . .the ‘little clover’

  1. I tried to share this on Facebook. And I got a message telling me that they refuse to except it because there was abusive material in it. There must be some sort of a strange problem. I get this a lot lately. I think Facebook has lost its mind. I will try again later. Good post.

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