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As light wanes and darkness grows, invoke the Dark Madonna to guide your journey. Every culture has a personification of the dark mother, representing the seasonal descent into darkness and the symbolic journey into our psyche and shadow material. Call on Nyx, the Greek goddess of the night, or Hecate, goddess of the crossroads, witchcraft, and the moon. Invoke either Persephone or her mother, Demeter, to join you as you journey down, examining loss, abandonment, separation, and pain. O Dark ...

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Let’s embrace Celtic Vine Moon with an incredible vine: hops. Celtic Moon brings awareness of emotions. It helps us get more balanced. It’s a time to refine our ambitions and goals. We’re engaging the energy of hops not only because we’re in Vine Moon but also because it’s the first day of Oktoberfest in Munich. Today most everyone is familiar with hops thanks to small beer companies. Hops are a time-honored, multipurpose witch’s medicine beloved for their ...

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On this date in 1920, jazz saxophonist Charlie Parker, also known as Bird, was born. In addition to being a virtuoso, Charlie Parker changed jazz (and music in general) as we know it by bringing in wilder, more complex and unexpected elements. As if that weren’t enough, his music inspired an entire generation of artists of all varieties, which in turn brought more freedom to creative expression and more boldness in rebelling against artistic and cultural norms. Today, tap into Charlie ...

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It’s Lammas, the first of the harvest sabbats, celebrating corn and Lugh, an ancient harvest god. Grains are honored during this sabbat, but especially corn. Begin this ritual at sunrise. Cover your altar in yellow fabric. In the center, place one yellow candle. In front of the candle, lay one ear of corn with the husk removed. Safely light the candle. Meditate on how grains such as corn, the Mother of Seeds, have fed civilization since before recorded history. Then speak these ...

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Color of the day: White Incense of the day: Coriander Shavuot, the "Feast of the Weeks," celebrates the Jewish harvest season. The term refers to the holiday's timing, seven weeks after Passover....
       
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