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With the days growing longer as we approach the summer solstice, June is a delightful time to perform some night magic, even if you aren’t a huge fan of the dark. As I age, my night vision grows worse, and often the darkness leaves me feeling more vulnerable to falling. It’s been a long, dark winter. Tonight, take back the night by going for an evening walk. Sunset will occur today at 8:52 p.m. here in the Eastern time zone on the north side of Lake Ontario. Only a few short months ...

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Historically there was only one time every year when Vesta’s temple was open to the public: during the festival of Vestalia, held from June 7–15. Even then, only females were permitted to enter, and they had to petition for blessings on behalf of the rest of their family and household. Thankfully, these days most of the progressive pagan community has moved beyond such gender segregation, so let’s all take the opportunity today to honor this goddess of hearth and home. For ...

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To cleanse yourself and your home of any bad vibes and then charge up the area with beneficial energy, burn an incense composed of equal parts frankincense and myrrh, with a pinch of dried orange peel for added energy. With an incense charcoal and a heatproof censer, and moving in a clockwise motion, travel from room to room in your home with the incense, using the smoke to cleanse the space while repeating the following: Spirits purified, auras cleansed,from this moment the misfortune ...

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It’s Memorial Day here in the US, and that means it’s time to remember those we have lost as a result of active military service. No matter where you live, chances are someone you know has experienced loss due to war or combat, so here is a little spell to guide the lost back home. Light a red candle in the north and recite these words: Lost to the living but not fromour hearts, I light this flameto guide all your parts.Have peace in mind and nolonger worry; peace in soul,rest, ...

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Whether it's a dedicated altar table or a cleared space on a kitchen counter, an altar becomes a focal point of power, and some of this energy remains within the surface after the spell or ritual has...
        
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