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Talk:Doctrine of signatures
The passion flower looks like a crucifix? News to me... It does have threefold symmetry, though, and was used to talk about the trinity and the various things involved in the Passion of the Christ (three nails, five wounds, ten faithful apostles and a crown of thorns) Wazza (Not Wazzock, Wazza)Approach the Presence 20:56, 25 October 2008 (EDT)