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It’s the end of Pride Month. Let’s balance our energies with the help of Erinle, the Yoruba orisha and patron of the LGBTQIA+ community. This orisha, like many nonbinary people, doesn’t fit neatly into any one gender category. Erinle is a hunter who resides in many places: forests, farms, and waters. This complex orisha is the perfect choice to engage with the energies of a beautifully diverse community. Let’s draw the orisha to us with gorgeous coral, turquoise, and/or ...

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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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On this day in 1978, Pluto’s moon Charon was discovered, so this is a good time to honor that archetype. In Greek and Roman mythology, Charon is the ferryman of the dead to whom souls paid a coin for passage into the next life. What’s next for you? Find a penny—with this year’s date on it, if possible—and cleanse it with salt and water. If you can, pass it through the smoke of jasmine incense (which is good for dreaming). Place the coin under your bed (or between ...

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According to Egyptian lore, this is the Night of a Tear Drop. When Isis shed a tear for her lost love Osiris, the goddess Satis caught it and used it to make the Nile River flood. This flood replenished the fields, bringing good out of sorrow. In most places, water comes from rain rather than a flooding river, but the concept still carries over. Sometimes it’s good to sit with a feeling and just let it be what it is. Tonight, go outside in a dark and quiet place. Think of something in ...

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This Beltane Full Moon (at 17 degrees of Scorpio) comes near a difficult aspect-Jupiter opposite Pluto the day before-so this may be an intense, troublesome, and unsettled time. Scorpio is the sign...
       
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