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We’ve come nearly to the end of th e year, to its midnight, to its eldest days. Everything seems old, old, old. This is the season of the crone, of the hag. Hag comes from hagia and means “holy.” The hag is the Holy One. In Northern Europe, hags, called volvas, were sibyls; an important Icelandic text is the Voluspa, “Sibyl’s Vision.” Thanks to the aging of the baby boom generation, we meet crones and sages every day. Cast your circle and set your altar with ...

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Lucina was an early Italian goddess of light who became an aspect of Juno or Diana. Saint Lucy was a fourth-century Sicilian girl who consecrated her virginity to God and was martyred. Vikings liked the stories they heard about Lucy while they were conquering Sicily and northern Italy and took them home. Before the calendar was reformed, Lucy’s feast day was the longest night of the year. People lit Lucy candles and Lucy fires, which guided the sun back to the sky, and children wrote the ...

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Today is sacred to the Lord of the Dance, who is portrayed as standing on one foot inside a rayed circle, dancing his cosmic dance of life-death-rebirth. Shiva, whose name means “benevolent” or “favorable,” is a pre-Aryan god. His consort is Parvati, who is also Sita, Uma, and Durga. We are not cultural pirates and we don’t want to steal the gods and practices of other faiths. But we can learn from them. Go outside today and gaze at what the dance of the seasons ...

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In many places, November is gloomy and chilly. Today’s a good day to stay indoors and cozy up with your beloveds, both human and feline or canine. Read a good book to them. Le Petit Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, is supposed to be a children’s story. Le renard, the fox, asks the little prince to “tame” (make friends with) him. The fox gives the little prince (and us) an important life lesson when he says, On ne voit bien qu’avec le coeur. ...

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As magickal folk, we may be called upon to cleanse or bless homes or other properties. And, of course, we can bless our own homes, too. For this spell, you'll need a smudge stick, matches, bread,...
        
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