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Celtic Symbols

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One of the oldest cultures, which had a huge impact on the development of modern art, was the Celtic civilization, which emerged in the V century BC. Its influence spread over a vast territory that included modern Ireland, England, Spain, Belgium, France, and part of Italy. The ancient Celts believed that their ornaments had a powerful mystical power. Concluding it in patterned interlacing, the warriors reflected their beliefs, traditions, and perception of the world around them. Any Celtic pattern has its special meaning. Each Celt chose a special pattern for its amulet, according to what he values lost. It was believed that this way he chooses his destiny. Every pattern had its meaning: health, well-being, power, money, love. The Celtic

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Reposting this from the 2015 archives to celebrate the feast of the Trinity: As the Liturgical Year returns to the “Season of the Year” or “Ordinary Time,” the pattern does not fall completely into place. The first few Sundays are special solemnities of Our Lord, so there will not be the green vestments and a numbered Sunday but white vestments and the highest celebration. This Sunday is the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, falling on what

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