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Spell: Gypsy Healing Spell

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February 26 is Pentagram Night. The Babylonians, the Egyptians, and the ancient Greeks worshipped the pentacle as the womb of the Mother goddess. The Greek meaning for pentacle was "life" or "health," a symbol sacred to Hygeia, goddess of healing. The gypsies use the figure of the pentacle in this healing spell called "measuring the pentacle." With your patient lying spread-eagled on his back, use a long piece of string to trace a length from his chin to his right foot. Cut the string. By cutting the string you're severing the illness from his body. Run the string from his right foot to his left hand and cut. From his left hand to his right hand, measure the string and cut. Run the string from his right hand to his left foot and cut. Run the final length of string from his left foot back to his chin and cut. Burn the string in your cauldron.
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