In Southeast Asian mythology Kinnaras, are depicted as half-bird, half-woman creatures, and are one of the many creatures that inhabit the mythical Himavanta. Kinnaris have the head, torso, and arms of a woman and the wings, tail of a swan.
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“Symbols derived from ancient Greek magickal kharakteres (characters). Examples of kharakteres may be found within the Greco-Egyptian magickal papyri, astrological symbolism, alchemical symbolism, and throughout the various grimoires. Each symbol embodies a specific conceptual building block pertinent to magickal use. These symbols encompass core concepts and actions used within the art of magick.” – Ars Vercanus
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