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SYMBOLS OF THE GODDESS -- O...
- oak (Celtic: British) -- sacred to Annis. She hangs the skins of children, whose blood She's sucked, on an oak-tree to dry.
- oak (Celtic: Irish) -- sacred to Bean-Sidhe.
- oak (Celtic: Irish) -- sacred to Brigit.
- oak-twig (Celtic: Irish) -- sacred to Bean-Sidhe.
- holly-oak -- in the Beth Luis Nion tree calendar writing system, the holly-oak is represented as T for Tinne. Graves 264.
- dodonian-oak -- in the Beth Luis Nion tree calendar writing system the dodonian-oak is represented by D for Duir. Graves WG 264.
- oak (Greek) -- sacred to Dione.
- obsidian (Maya): perhaps sacred to ALAGHOM-NAOM.
- wild-olive (Greek) -- sacred to Alcmene. Symbol of inception. Used as a besom to expel evil spirits at the new year. Equivalent to European BIRCH
- OSTRICH, see FEATHER
- otter (Persia) -- sacred to Anahita. Part of Her apparel was 30 otter skins.
- scritch-owl (British Celtic) -- sacred to Annis, in which form She sucks the
blood of children.
- owl (Celtic: Welsh) -- sacred to Blodeuwed.
- [oxygen] (Babylonia): sacred to ANATU (qv ANATH) Goddess of air.
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