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This spell isn’t meant to be used for vengeful or frivolous purposes but rather as a final resort, since it not only asks a powerful deity for help but also seeks to neutralize harm caused by the wrongdoer. To begin, place three unlit white candles on an altar table around an image of Hecate (or three keys) and a bulb of garlic. Close your eyes and meditate on Hecate until you can feel her presence. When you feel her near, safely light the candles in her honor and plead your case. Tell ...

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The practice of mindfulness has gained quite a foothold in recent years. It seems everyone from elders to children is practicing mindful meditation. We all need ways to calm our mind and release stress. For our spell today, we are going to practice being mindful magickal practitioners. Find a stone, crystal, leaf, feather, or flower that grabs your attention. Go to a location where you will not be disturbed. Hold your item in your hand and gaze at it lovingly. Slow your breathing. When you ...

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In some regions of Europe centuries ago, this date was considered to be the official end of winter. Cleansing rituals were performed to purify homes, farms, and livestock in preparation for a fruitful growing season. Many rituals involved fire. Bonfires were set, or sometimes straw brooms were set afire. These fires were meant to burn away the last remnants of winter and cleanse the environment. This spell is based on these ancient traditions. Use it to cleanse your living space or to bring ...

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Floralia was an ancient Roman festival that was held from April 28 to May 3. It honored Flora, the goddess of flowers. People hosted games and theatrical performances. You can celebrate Floralia alone or with your coven. Plant summer flowers such as daylilies, clematis, sunflowers, or zinnias to honor the goddess. Planting peas or beans— especially sweet peas, grown for their fragrant blooms—promotes fertility. Pick spring flowers like tulips and daffodils to make flower crowns, ...

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Color of the day: Pink Incense of the day: Alder The second of the seven Elven feasts is Nost-na-Lothion, the Birth of Flowers festival, and it marks the beginning of the warm season, Lairë. In the...
        
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