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The sacred BLUE LOTUS closes at night and sinks underwater. In the morning it re-emerges and blooms again. It symbolizes the sun and creation.A giant lotus blossom with the sun-god emerged from the primordial waters. The Four Sons of Horus were frequently shown standing on a lotus in front of Osiris. Book of the Dead contains spells for "transforming oneself into a lotus" and  fulfilling the promise of resurrection.

The sacred BLUE LOTUS closes at night and sinks underwater. In the morning it re-emerges and blooms again. Well anyway It came up at around closer to evening time.

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Blue Lotus Information - Egyptian Lotus flower,Nymphaea Caerulea, Blue Water Lily, Sacred Narcotic Lily of the Nile

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“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Beautiful Egyptian blue lotus (nymphaea caerulea) housed in the water lilly pavilion of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens At the moment t.

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As the research shows that nelumbo nucifera additional medicinal benefits include:

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Blue Lily Flowers (Nymphaea caerulea) This is the high quality, organic…

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Blue Lotus was sacred to the ancient Egyptians. The bright-blue flowers were not only desired for their delightful perfume, but also for the relaxation and heightened awareness they.

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The sacred lotus in India and the water lily in Egypt with reference to their botanical distinction, iconography, symbolism, and mythology in antiquity

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Sleek, smooth, and silky skin is sexy! How are you going to achieve that without endless shaving or excruciating waxing, you ask? Well, check out the ancient hair removal method called sugaring (or epilation).

Hand-colored antique botanical print, plate #552, of Blue Water-Lily [nymphæa cærulea] from William Curtis' Botanical Magazine, published in 1802.

Blue/white ink combination is promising. Hand-colored antique botanical print, plate of Blue Water-Lily [nymphæa cærulea] from William Curtis' Botanical Magazine, published in