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Good Luck Frog (Toad)

The good luck frog is found in many cultures around the world.
Frogs appear during the season of spring when the weather starts to get warmer and have traditionally been associated with new beginnings.
In Christianity, the three stages of the frog, egg, tadpole and amphibian symbolize spiritual evolution.
In China the frog is a symbol of good luck.
The frog is associated with the lunar surface and water.
The Frog spirit represents prosperity in business and healing.
The Japanese word for frog is “return”.
Anyone travelling may want to bring a frog amulet on their journey as this is believed to secure a safe return.
Many may also want to keep a small frog amulet in their purse or wallet at all times. The idea is that the frog will see to it that money always finds its way back to the wallet.
The next 2017 Year is one of the luckiest for money, abundant with opportunities to increase your material wealth. You can benefit by placing your lucky frog(s) in a favorable location in your home, workplace, office, shop or anywhere else you want to attract money and good fortune.

She not only attracts money, but protects your wealth and guards against financial disasters. She inspires wise decisions relating to finances and spending, and can help curb the impulse to overspend.


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One day Phaeton, the son of Helios, the God of sun, managed to convince his father to allow him to drive his horse-drawn sun chariot down the firmament. The father agreed, but as soon as the horses felt that the charioteer was inexperienced, they bolted.
The sun burnt the Afri¬can land to ashes, tanning its inhabitants black. So as to prevent further damage, Zeus was forced to strike Phaeton with a lightning into the river Eridanus.
Phaeton's sisters, Heliades, lamented his fate, cursing gods, so they were turned into poplar trees as a punishment. Grieving, they kept crying, and their tears became resin, which turned into amber.
Years later, the sea is still throwing the sisters' amber tears to the shore.
So much for the legend.

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