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A magical woman prays to elevate the fire to the Hebrew letter Shin, which symbolises in Kabbalah the unity of opposites energies with the light on the higher levels of the tree of life. She has the compass rose tattooed on her hand.

Una mujer mágica reza para elevar el fuego a la letra Shin hebrea que en La cábala simboliza la unidad de los opuestos con la luz en los niveles superiores del árbol de la vida. Lleva tatuada la rosa de los vientos en la mano.

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