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The youngest and least famous of a trio of saintly sisters, St. Mildgyth is linked with the theological virtue of hope—which is sometimes all we have when things go amiss. Look into tonight’s full moon (the same that Mildgyth looked on herself ) and invoke her: MaidenIn the cloisterLiving by the sea,Divine interventionGive unto me.Yearning for peace when I cannot cope,There is your presence, there isHope. Chant this prayer to St. Mildgyth when hope is lost. Say her name— she ...

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Many of our rituals have origins in ancient traditions, yet when we perform these rites, we connect to something deep within ourselves that defies explanation. Today, concentrate on an old story or myth that calls to you. For this spell you will need a black candle, frankincense essential oil, gold glitter, a fireproof candleholder, a pen, and paper. Anoint your candle with frankincense oil, then roll it in gold glitter. Place it in the holder. Light the candle. As you gaze into the flame, ...

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Mercury recently entered Sagittarius, marking a period of critical thinking and giving us an amazing opportunity to harness the unique energies of the moment to make something that I like to call Logic Oil. Inspired by Star Trek’s Spock, this oil is used to inspire people to make the logical, rather than the emotional, choice. To a half-ounce bottle, add the following ingredients: * 1 pinch dried lavender flower* 13 drops frankincense essential oil* 5 drops clove essential oil* 5 drops ...

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Today is the day most Americans know as Columbus Day. It is also now called Indigenous Peoples’ Day, in acknowledgment of the fact that there were indigenous people already living here when Columbus “discovered” the New World. It was, in fact, only new to him. Our reality, or at least our awareness of it, is a constantly shifting and changing space. This can be tough to deal with, but it is important for us to constantly strive to change for the better. On this day in ...

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Crystals are sacred beings. Although they are detached from their source, the Earth Mother, their connection is strong. Crystals never lose their connection to the spiritual and the divine. Find a...
       
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