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9  834 - Cedar of Lebanon  

This splendid tree is symbolic in Christianity, of the Middle East; representing Christ, the light that soars towards heaven. She grows in an expansive way to great heights calling to mind all that is beautiful and majestic as she grows in the mountains of the holy lands. She is both evergreen and long-living, utilised by the Phoenicians who had the privilege of using her fine grain to build mighty merchant and war ships, to build their homes, palaces, and temples of worship. 

Her magical resin, diluted nothingness, was used by Egyptians in the sacred process of mummification as a way to seal pathway through to other side of death.