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Perhaps it’s no mistake that National Beer Lover’s Day (today) falls in the middle of Virgo season, the sign symbolized by a virginal woman holding a sheaf of wheat. (It’s important to note that in the ancient world, virginal didn’t mean chaste but rather autonomous.) As the grain and earth mother, who is both fiercely protective and fiercely independent (so much so that she even rebelled against Zeus and won), Demeter is the quintessential Virgo. She is a powerful ...

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Salt is a common crystal on Earth and one of the most sacred. We depend on sunshine and water to stay alive, but we need salt too. Our eyes weep salty tears, our hearts pump salty blood, and our unborn children float in salty wombs. Salt has been used medicinally, as currency, and in sacred offerings, and our salted oceans are cauldrons of life. It’s no wonder we attach such value to it. Keep a vial of salt at hand, ready for a number of uses: Purification: Bury magical tools in salt or ...

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As summer winds down and we move into autumn, it is a good time to establish a yearly ritual to protect your home. The direction of the seasons is shifting from active to passive, but there is still plenty of energy around to tap into for a simple protection ritual. You can use a sage smudge stick for this (being careful of stray sparks) or a bowl of salt and water. Move through each room of your house or apartment, starting at the front door. Either waft the sage stick or sprinkle the salt ...

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A thimble is a metal cap with a closed end used in sewing to help push in the needle while protecting the finger. It’s simple, utilitarian, and ubiquitous, which makes it perfect for spellcraft. My grandmother was a talented seamstress who liked to collect decorative thimbles from the different places she visited. I have a few beautiful ones on my altar to remind me of her and to act as a connection to those places. But they’re also useful for tapping into protective qualities. On ...

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Color of the day: Black Incense of the day: Ylang-ylang In late August, goldenrod begins to star the country lanes with yellow in the Appalachian countryside where I live. When used in prosperity...
       
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