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Round, Oval, Octagon, Annulus
The hare is considered an intermediary between mortals and deities, a messenger of the gods, but also a trickster with powers to effect transformation and control destiny. Its erratic movements foretell future events and as a lunar animal, it represents rebirth, immortality, good fortune and prosperity. The hare is the totem animal of numerous moon goddesses, most notably Eostre (the Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring) whose name is the source of the word Easter.