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herenow

Tree scar

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herenow

The scar on this tree looks like a familiar symbol but I cannot place it.

Anyone?

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Abramelin

FireFox?

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herenow

FireFox?

Ha, I see what you mean..

It reminds me of something, maybe Hindu or something Eastern?

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Simbi Laveau

It reminds me of AMMAs little characature .It's not a true Hindu symbol ,but its her design ,which means it has some sort of mystical roots.

There are dolls of AMMA,that are said to do some odd things ...so .

http://www.ammany.org/

Top left .

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Keel M.

Looks like a natural tree scar to me.

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Abramelin

Looks like a natural tree scar to me.

It most probably is, but I think Herenow wants to know what kind of symbol it resembles.

A scar left after someone sawed off a branche close to the trunk, and then applied some sort of wound plaster for trees or something.

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Ealdwita

An 'OM' perhaps?

220px-Om_svg.png

Bearing in mind there are several ways of drawing om depending on which script you are using

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LEGIONS

tha actually looks a lot like a little lightening strike observe above and below

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.saraharas.

looks like a ghost wearing a witch/wizard hat to me.... :whistle:

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herenow

An 'OM' perhaps?

220px-Om_svg.png

Bearing in mind there are several ways of drawing om depending on which script you are using

Yes, something like that.

Is there a site showing that symbol and other symbols?

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herenow

looks like a ghost wearing a witch/wizard hat to me.... :whistle:

Saw a "Shadow Person" at this tree about 10 years ago, and someone left something at this tree about 3 years ago.

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Ealdwita

Yes, something like that.

Is there a site showing that symbol and other symbols?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Om

I know it's 'Saint Wiki the Infallible', but there's pictures of different 'OMs' if you scroll down.

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herenow

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Om

I know it's 'Saint Wiki the Infallible', but there's pictures of different 'OMs' if you scroll down.

Thanks for the link. It's close, but I don't think it's close enough.

Experience tells me I need almost and exact match. Thanks ealdwita.

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Really Swell

It looks like a KKK guy.

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Mr. Sister Elle Sade Ai Ni

Looks to me like someone wearing a Sanbenito. They made heretics wear those.

Also a gazelle with one horn or something like that but sitting upright as in the way Baphomet sits aka the devil's goat.

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herenow

Looks to me like someone wearing a Sanbenito. They made heretics wear those.

Also a gazelle with one horn or something like that but sitting upright as in the way Baphomet sits aka the devil's goat.

Sanbenito - I see that

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