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    Can anyone help me find some metaphysical patterns. I've searched everywhere.
    I'm looking for things like moons, stars, faeries, Wiccan symbols and astrological symbols.


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    Re: Metaphysical Patterns

    Go to Google, click on images, type in what your looking for (including metaphysical) and you will get lots of pictures. Print out the ones you want, blow them up on a copy machine, or redraw them and you can make your own pattern.


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