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151 Spells matching the incense Clove
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Incense of the Day

Have you ever wished you could take back a spell and make it powerless? This ritual will help you do that. You’ll need two candles, one red and one black. Place the candles on your altar. The red candle should be on the left and the black candle on the right. Safely light each candle, and sit before them. Ground and center. Think of your spell and why you think it went wrong. Then look at the candles and say: Spirits red, spirits black,Somehow I went off track.Spirits red, spirits ...

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Incense of the Day

For many people in the world at this time of year, it feels like winter may never end. When our body becomes accustomed to a season, it can be difficult to imagine that it will ever shift. If you’re feeling any wintery blues, doldrums, or general ennui, take a black veil, blanket, or cloak and step outside to a private location. Hunker down and bring focus to the warmth of your breath as you hide beneath a cloak of darkness. As many times as you’d like, repeat these ...

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Some people leave their Yule altars up for a while after the holiday, but it can be nice to start the new year fresh. The altar is a good place to start to clear away the energy of the year behind you and open yourself to the possibilities a new year holds. Begin by taking everything off your altar. Clean and dust the altar itself, and anything that will be going back onto it. As you arrange items back on the altar, be mindful of what you want to achieve in the year to come. If you want love, ...

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They’re chartreuse-colored and spiky. They look like something from a children’s storybook. Folk magick manuals say they’re used in love and prosperity spells. Grown-ups have childhood memories of drilling holes in them and playing games with them, and squirrels devour and bury them with glee. At Yule and Christmastime, a favorite song about roasting them over an open fire plays over and over again. The mighty chestnut, how we adore thee! For this spell you will need three ...

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Our abundance-manifesting endeavors can sometimes be thwarted by old, limiting beliefs or vows we made in prior lifetimes. Today the conditions are perfect for rewriting these old programs so we can...
       
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