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LLEWELLYN'S SPELL-A-DAY

Spell: Merry Meet the Lord of Misrule Spell

Color of the Day
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Color of the day: Purple
Incense of the day: Thyme

April Fools' Day seems like a celebration created by a practical joker just to legitimize his games for one day a year. April Fool's Day has its origins in changes made to the old Roman calendar when the new year began around March 25. To add more confusion, we changed calendars again from the Julian to the Georgian, thus cutting eleven days out of our year.

In sparsely populated areas many people became unsure where April was on the calendar, thus they were April fools. The Lord of Misrule, the trickster and jester, appears at many Pagan celebrations. Like his consort, Discordia, he seeks to bring novelty and, perhaps, something fresh and new to our
festivals. Remembering that we have vowed to harm none, the Lord of Misrule can be called upon to inspire you with fresh ideas for tricks and revelries. Speak these words for April Fools' inspiration:

Lord of Misrule,
Your time has come,
Help me make an April Fool of someone;
I ask for inspiration so a Trickster I shall be,
Help me to harm none,
In fun, so mote it be.
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