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The Wild Ox Totem
The Wild Ox Totem indicates beauty and strength, sacrifice. This animal has long been associated with the ability to learn new things. The Wild Ox is a very intelligent animal and they were domesticated because they could be easily taught to take on farming tasks that took other animals too long to accomplish. They are also legendary for their amazing strength and endurance. Paul Bunyan’s companion was Babe the Blue Ox.
The Enduring Wild Ox Totem possesses the following virtues:
Beauty, strength, sacrifice, friendship, intelligence, ability to learn and absorb new information well, patience, endurance, cooperation and hard work.
Wild Ox Animal Pearls are said to impart their particular magical virtues to their owner. Wild Ox Pearls are characteristic of its host; they possess all the tremendous characteristics that may be seen in the Wild Ox itself; the strength and intelligence of this animal is contained within the pearl waiting for its proper owner to bestow its inner magic to that unique and fortunate individual.
For century’s shamans, priestesses, spiritualists and practitioners of the occult have used Wild Ox animal pearls to transfer the powerful magical energy of the Wild Ox to themselves and to others in need of this commanding animal magic.
Wild Ox pearls are highly sought after by any wishing to absorb Wild Ox like virtues into their lives and develop stronger mental abilities such as those embodied by this magnificent creature. The owner of a Wild Ox pearl will see their lives, spiritual energy and mental clarity imbued with all of the virtues attributed to the “Learner” of the animal kingdom, the Wild Ox.
The Wild Ox animal totem is a strong spirit indeed and its magical properties are one of the most enduring of all animal totems. Strength, friendship, cooperation, and so much more can be integrated into the spirit of the possessor of this magical pearl and the Wild Ox totem.
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|This article was published on Friday 16 June, 2006.|
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