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The new moon is a time of breaking out and starting anew. It is the darkest point in the lunar cycle before moving into the illumination of the light. If you are looking to start an endeavor in your life, you can use this energy to break through to the next level. Find a quiet spot in your home or property. You will need a piece of paper, a writing utensil, and a candle. Write down what you are wanting to break through to, and place that piece of paper under the candle. Now turn off all the ...

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Originally, garden gazing globes had magical significance. They were placed in the garden to repel the evil eye or to reflect back the envious stare of a passerby. This spell will help you magically charge your gazing globe. You’ll need some bottled spring water and a soft cloth. Moisten the cloth with the water. Gently wipe your gazing globe with the damp cloth as you speak this charm: I bless you, gazing globe,return all evil glares.Protect my home, send backall envious stares. Try ...

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Cultures from around the world acknowledge the presence of house spirits. Though they are called by different names, there’s a common theme throughout: if you want things in your home to be copacetic, then respecting the house spirits is crucial. If this is a new idea to you, it may help to build or provide a tiny home or space just for the spirits where you can interact with them. Possibilities include a small birdhouse, a little curio cabinet, or a snail shell—nothing with locks ...

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The daughters of Memory, the nine Greek muses, are as follows: Clio: “fame-giver”Euterpe: “joy-giver”Thalia: “the festive”Melpomene: “singing”Terpsichore: “lover of dancing”Erato: “awakener of desire”Polyhymnia: “many hymns”Urania: “heavenly”Calliope: “beautiful voiced” We honor the muses whenever we visit their home, the museum. Poets, playwrights, and artists have always invoked ...

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During the cooler months, we often notice that the air in the house gets stagnant and needs an airing out, but in the hotter months, especially if the windows are closed and the air conditioning is...
       
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