Hardcover Journal (7.125 x 10.25 in) 108 Pages
With 100 numbered pages (108 overall), our glossy hardcover journal is perfect for drawing, doodling, sketching, writing notes, stories, and ideas, and thus, can be used as a notebook, journal, diary, or composition book. In addition to the 100 numbered pages, this paperback notebook contains 60 lb white paper, which performs excellently with a wide variety of inks. To keep track of your note taking, there is also a page number index, and an information page to record a title for your notebook, your name, contact info, and the date started and finished. Perfect gift idea for friends or business colleagues. Notebooks Are Perfect For Stocking Stuffers & Gift Baskets, Graduation & End of School Year Gifts, Teacher Gifts, Art Classes, School Projects, Diaries, Gifts For Writers, Summer Travel, and much more.
Veve, from the Haitian Creole veve from Portuguese viver to live, be alive. In ritual use a veve is traditionally made on the ground using lines of cornmeal, ash, or another powdery substance. In voodoo and some other Afro-Caribbean religions: any of various symbols used to represent or summon a particular god or spirit.
A veve is a religious symbol commonly used in different branches of Vodun throughout the African diaspora such as Haitian Vodou. The veve acts as a "beacon" for the Loa or Spirit, and will serve as a loa's representation during rituals.
In Haitian Vodun, Ogoun (or Ogun, Ogou) is a Loa who presides over fire, iron, hunting, politics and war.
He is also considered to be the Father of technology as we know it today. He is the patron of smiths and of the unemployed and is usually displayed with a machete or sabre, rum and tobacco. Ogoun is the traditional warrior, similar to the spirit of Ares in Greek mythology, Heru-Khuti in Kemet/Egypt, and Mars in the astrological tradition.