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208 = Number of Countries in the World Butterfly 208 = A totally interconnected world!A world where even small actions can have a big effect." These ancient Egyptian idols -- once worshipped as manifestations of gods -- are being revived.

If that's the case, imagine the power of your own ideas and others to help improve the quality of life in the world's 208 countries!

The Butterfly 208 contest is a chance for you to create your own Butterfly effect!

One website that markets these balls beckons: ' Why not buy one and try your own free psychic reading." A five-pointed compound symbol with a center triangle pointing down.

The five lines resemble the microcosmic man with arms and legs outstretched inside a circle (with a pentagram in the background)-- a magic symbol or charm among medieval alchemists and wizards.

Many medieval alchemists based their philosophies on mystical traditions rooted in the Kabbala (Jewish mysticism), This compound "magical-alchemical symbol" replaces the above triangle with a hexagram and adds more shapes within the magical circle: a cross [in this context it become an occult counterfeit) and an additional circle with the Hindu "Bindu" (dot in the center) at the bottom of the hexagram.

Popular among school aged children today, this symbol for anarchy fits the message that pervades the most popular video games, role-playing games, movies and television.

Occult symbols are fast replacing Christian symbols in our culture.

Therefore, we encourage you to use this list to warn others, especially Christian children who intentionally wear and display them because they are popular.

The lines of the "A" often extend outside the circle.

Symbol of good and evil spirits in religions around the world. For a comparison between Biblical angels and occult angels read Chapter 8 in A Twist of Faith.

as well as deities such as the Greek god Apollo and goddess Artemis (both hunters), the Hindu weather god, Rudra; and various gods of sexual attraction: Eros (Greek), Cupid (Roman), Kama (Hindu)....

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