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Lucina was an early Italian goddess of light who merged with Juno and Diana to bring us the light that overcomes the dark. In the fourth century, Lucina was renamed as St. Lucy, a Sicilian girl who vowed to distribute her family’s wealth to the poor. Somehow Lucy and her sacred light were carried to Scandinavia, where the winter nights seem endless. For her feast, little girls wear garlands and everyone carries Lucy candles. Let us celebrate Lucina and Lucy. Cast your full moon circle ...

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The full moon is a time of power. It’s a great time to do work that manifests energy or requires introspection. One powerful approach to looking within is freewriting, a process that opens the channels between the brain, hand, and paper, allowing access to ideas and memories that otherwise might remain hidden. For this exercise you’ll need:* A fluorite or moonstone* A cup of peppermint tea* Paper* Pen or pencil* A location from which you can see the full moon A few minutes before ...

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For many people, the holiday season isn’t cheery or bright. For some, it’s a blue and sad time. Loneliness, grief, and joblessness are more deeply felt now. This spell will help you find those in need and make the season more bearable for them. First sit at your altar and safely light a red candle. Red is the color of the life force. Visualize the candle flame spreading out and touching those in need with its warmth. Ask the Divine to guide you to the right person or place that ...

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Holly is a popular Yuletide seasonal plant because of its bright red berries and evergreen leaves. It is ruled by Saturn and is often used in magic for protection, drawing good fortune, warding off storms, and repelling the evil eye. If you’re looking for a beneficial bush or small tree to plant near the front door of your house, holly is definitely a friend to Witches. Remember to give it small offerings throughout the year (even just some kind words praising its strength and beauty) and ...

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You know how Witches are always saying "Blessed be"? Without knowing it, they're invoking our Found Power Animal, a magical insect that I wrote about in my book Finding New Goddesses. The Bees are...
       
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