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Sacred Symbols On Martyrdom
Symbol Code: SM000781     Symbol Name: Amaryllis Flower   (Category: Martyrdom )

Amaryllis FlowerSymbolic of success won after a struggle. These were often given in recognition of a job well done - particularly in scholastics, writing, and artistic endeavors. Give the poet in your life a bunch of amaryllis and you are encouraging his/her creative muse. You are also recognizing his/her achievements in the arts.


Symbol Code: SM000782     Symbol Name: Apple Blossom   (Category: Martyrdom )

Apple BlossomIntoxicating by their very nature, apple blossoms are symbolic of heady love, peace, sensuality, and fertility. Apple blossoms (and trees) were honored by the ancient Celts as a symbol of love, and they would decorate their bedchambers with these blossoms to entice amorous nights.


Symbol Code: SM000783     Symbol Name: Camellia Flower   (Category: Martyrdom )

Camellia FlowerWith its delicate soft, round petals and gentle curves the camellia is considered a symbol of desire, passion, and refinement. It indicates a deep longing in the heart for your beloved. It is also a symbol of perfection and excellence. Give camellia's to your sweetheart. Better yet, give some of these lovely flowers as a secret admirer!


Symbol Code: SM000784     Symbol Name: Daffodil Flowers   (Category: Martyrdom )

Daffodil FlowersDaffodil's have meanings of faith, honesty, truth, forgiveness, and forthrightness. They are ever vigilant in returning each spring, and with their return we are reminded that their beauty is capable of following on the shirttails of even the harshest winters (or tribulations). Give daffodils to someone when as a token of forgiveness or give them away as a token of appreciation for their honesty.


Symbol Code: SM000785     Symbol Name: Dahlia Flower   (Category: Martyrdom )

Dahlia FlowerDahlia's are spicy flowers, and their meanings range from a sign of warning, to change, to travel, to even a portent of betrayal. The varied symbolic meanings of the dahlia make this flower a wild card. Give to that unique, eclectic person whom you wish to compliment his/her wild side. Combine them with slender flowers like irises or tulips for a striking visual display as well as a combined symbolic message that says "temper your adventures with a kind heart."


Symbol Code: SM000786     Symbol Name: Lily Flowers   (Category: Martyrdom )

Lily FlowersLilies are the flowers of the spiritually advanced. They are also the totem flowers of mothers (especially new ones), fertility and nurturing. Lilies are also appropriate flowers to present during weddings as they are symbolic of unions, partnerships, and long lasting relationships. Give lilies to new mothers and brides-to-be; share the symbolism of these beautiful blossoms with them, and watch their faces light up with delight.


Symbol Code: SM000787     Symbol Name: Pansy Flower   (Category: Martyrdom )

Pansy FlowerPansies have long been flowers of remembrance. Indeed, they have often been placed upon memorial markers and stones to honor and remember those who are no longer on the physical plane. They are also a symbol of togetherness and union, and perhaps this is why they are so appropriate for remembering those who have passed from our lives. Their beauty is the perfect testimony to the love we have shared with others in the past. Keep pansies around you when you wish to remember the fond memories and kindnesses of loved ones who have passed from this earth.


Symbol Code: SM000788     Symbol Name: Rose Flower   (Category: Martyrdom )

Rose FlowerRose meanings vary according to color. On the whole, however, roses are symbolic of deep love, concentration, intelligence, balance, and passion. They are also sometimes seen as a message for healing, revitalization, rejuvenation and courage. Roses are very complex in their features, and so therefore have complex meanings. More than just Valentine's Day favorites, roses bear the mark of honor, devotion and intense commitment on many levels. Give roses only when you are serious about your intentions.


Symbol Code: SM000789     Symbol Name: Sunflower   (Category: Martyrdom )

SunflowerThe way they move their massive heads to meet the sun make them a flower of spiritual attainment, flexibility, and opportunity. They are also symbolic of good luck, wealth and ambition. Give sunflowers away to someone who is working toward a goal and needs a big break in their lives. They are also an excellent housewarming gift as the receiver embraces new opportunities in the form of hearth and home.


Symbol Code: SM000790     Symbol Name: Tulip Flowers   (Category: Martyrdom )

Tulip FlowersTulips are also voracious sun seekers (like the sunflower) and will sway their heads in crazy contortions seeking out the best angle for light. This makes them a symbol of opportunity, adjustment, advancement, and aspiration. They are commonly thought to represent attainment of spiritual awareness too. Because they are from bulbs, and return every year (like the daffodil) tulips are symbolic of resurrection and determination.


Symbol Code: SM000791     Symbol Name: Daffodil   (Category: Martyrdom )

DaffodilDaffodil flower meaning deals with clarity, inspiration and rebirth. Did you know the bulbs are harvested and processed for a chemical that aids in the treatment of Alzheimer's? Yep...there's symbolism in that. So often, the elements found in Nature that heal and help are mimicked in the object. In this case, the daffodil is a symbol of clarity and inner focus. I find no coincidence that it's vital essences are used to help mental misalignments.
The daffodil is connected to Narcissus, who is a Greek god who was rather self-involved. Some myths claim the daffodil helped Narcissus control his extreme obsessions with himself. The daffodil is also sacred to the Egyptian goddess, Isis. In her case, the daffodil is an icon of beauty, youth and the tender ways of the maiden-phase of femininity. Because it blooms in the Spring, the daffodil is a symbol of the new Chinese New Year too.



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