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This is a favorable time to cast spells of protection. Here is one that uses the four magical elements: air, fire, water, and earth. You will need a stick of incense, a burner, a lighter, sea salt, water, a bowl, and a fan. It is easier to do this spell with two people, but it can be done alone. First put the incense in the burner and safely light it. This represents air and fire. Next put the water in the bowl and add a pinch of sea salt. This represents water and earth. If you have two ...

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With the Moon in Pisces and Mercury in Aquarius, this is the perfect time to do workings that can help bring clarity to the emotional and mental aspects of our lives. Perform this spell to lift the fog and bring peace to these areas so you can focus on what is truly important at this time. In a teacup, combine one tablespoon each of dried lavender flower, dried chamomile flower, and fresh ginger root. Then fill the cup threequarters of the way with hot water. Cover and steep for three minutes, ...

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Autumn is a season of shift between summer and winter, and nowhere is it easier to see this than in the changes in foliage. Let’s use these ideas to help manifest something new this autumn. Bundle up and go out for a walk. Watch for leaves, looking for those that speak to you. You can approach this as a kind of divination, looking for a leaf that you feel comes with a message, or as a search for a leaf to carry your intention and see it through. Consider that golden leaves could signify ...

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Today in the English town of Abbots Bromley, folk dancers will hold thousand-year-old reindeer horns and dance the oldest-known dance in Britain: the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance. While no one knows exactly how old the dance really is, carbon dating from one of the horns suggests it’s been practiced every year since 1050 CE. Locals believe the dance was performed (traditionally by men) to bless the land and promote abundant crops. Take a cue from this unbroken pagan custom and dance your ...

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On a Tuesday, draw an image of an obstacle you are facing on a piece of paper. This can be a loose doodle or an accurate rendition. Then, on the back of the paper draw a representation of a desired...
        
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