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• Any observable flying object that is unidentfiable or unexpained
• Generally considered to be spacecraft or extraterrestrials


ki-symbolUniversal Life Force Energy
• The energy of all life; the vibration of life itself
• Energy from “Universal Source”
• Also known as Ki (Japan), Prana (India) Ha or Mana (Polynesian cultures), Qi (Taoists), Chi (China), Ka (Ancient Egypt)


bird's eye view of gray mountain during daytime

• An imaginary community or society in which everything is perfect or ideal
• May also be known as “Garden of Eden”, “Shangri-La” or “Paradise”
• The word comes from a 1516 book, written by Sir Thomas More, called “Utopia,”(Book may also be found for free on public domain sites)

• One of the four major archangels, along with Michael, Gabriel and Raphael
• The archangel of wisdom, philosophy and insight
• Seek Uriel assistance for brainstorming & problem-solving
• Also see “Guardian Angel” and “Archangel.”

• Egyptian symbol of a serpent, most often a cobra
• Worn on the forehead, represents the ‘third eye’

Vision Quest
[vizh-uhn kwest]
• A rite of passage taken by adolecents in some Native American cultures to find direction in life
• Usually taken alone by going into the wilderness and fasting until the child’s guardian animal appears in a vision or a dream, indicating a purpose or sense of direction

Vodun (also voodoo, vodou)
• Earth and spirit based organized religion of West Africa
• For more information, see vodun at Wikipedia


Walrus (as a spirit guide)
• Physical Closeness, protection, paying attention.

black bird on brown grass

• Earth/Nature based religion; originally called ‘whichcraft’
• Connected to pre-Christian paganism; Wiccans consider themselves pagan, but not all pagans practice Wicca

• A practitioner of the Wiccan faith
• A person who practices magical spellwork for the purposes of healing
• All Wiccans are witches, but not all witches are Wiccan

• The use of spells and/or the invocation of deities to aid in magical workings