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Herbs that represent
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Post # 1
Hi, does anyone know of any herb,plant or oil that represents the animal bat??
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Re: Herbs that represent
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Post # 2
Herbs don't represent animals, but they do represent other things such as money, psychic awareness, etc. Every animal, herb, and oil represents something, a symbol really. However there is a herb called I believe Bat Weed, but I'm sure it won't serve whatever purposes you're looking for. If you don't mind me asking. Why are you looking???
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Re: Herbs that represent
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Post # 3
As BlaerLtBrze said not a lot of plants and herbs that represent animals there is however a plant called Cuphea llavea that looks very much like a bats face and is called 'The bat faced cuphea'.
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Re: Herbs that represent
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Post # 4
Thanks for the info. I just wanted to invoke the energies associated with the animal bat in a spell and i thought that i could use some correspondence to invoke thst energy.
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Re: Herbs that represent
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Post # 5
As previously stated, herbs can't represent animals, but I think that they can represent the traits of one.. Traditionally, bats are symbols of transition, rebirth, illusion - change.. Herbs commonly associated with change in japanese and chinese culture are the maple leaf and chrysanthemum because of their link to autumn (the season of change)..

Hope this helps Xx
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