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Taurus Birth Flower

Taurus birth flower can help you discover yourselves through the lenses of nature. However, what makes a flower or plant appropriate for a Taurus Zodiac?
In this category, you will discover various Taurus birth flower. And also how they are linked to different zodiacs and sometimes they are linked to several zodiacs.
We use alchemy to determine which flower comes under the Taurus zodiac. We explore how to distinguish those flowers by yourself and what exactly makes a flower more appropriate as a gift or as a personal discovery.

Alchemy itself is based on the old associations with planets, therefore, we will use only the five planets and the two luminaries ie the sun and the moon.
Additionally, we use mythology to add more depth to the flowers and their link to the Taurus birth flower. Since mythology focuses on archetypes it makes sense that all the flowers would also relate to mythological story or gods/goddesses.

Different mythological beings through their metaphors or personification can also give us more depth on the meaning of Taurus flower and also be in synchronicity with alchemy.

And finally we use history itself to discover flowers. In ancient times flowers were linked to various beliefs and uses. From those beliefs and uses meaning have been attached to those flowers and how they could be used.

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