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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Today is Good Friday (Christian), and Passover begins at sundown ( Jewish). Good Friday recommends virtues such as silence or selflessness, while Passover favors faith and hope. Also, spring is a good time for any magical work that relates to growth. Look up a list of virtues. Which ones appeal to you and which don’t? Which are things you already practice, and which are ones you would like to acquire? Mark the virtues you would like to acquire. Look up each one and explore what it would ...

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Incense of the Day

Do you have a secret you need to keep? Maybe it’s something someone else told you, but you’re super excited about it so you’re finding it hard to maintain self-control. Or perhaps it’s something you want to keep quiet until the time is right for it to be revealed. Either way, this charm can help you out—as long as you don’t have a fear of spiders. All you need to do is find a spider that is tending to a web and whisper your secret to her, if she’s ...

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Incense of the Day

Today is the anniversary of comic book writer Stan Lee’s death in 2018. Lee’s fantastic tales of superheroes remind us that even if we don’t have such dramatic powers, we can be superheroes in our everyday lives. What do you do in the world to help others? Do you use your gifts to benefit the world? Light a candle and engage the fire element in the form of passion. Journal about what your passions are, and brainstorm ways you can use them to do good in the world. Perhaps you ...

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Incense of the Day

A great way to augment the power of your magical record keeping or journaling is by making your own inks. Not only is this a fun way to get crafty, but it’s also relatively easy! For this recipe, you’ll need a mortar and pestle, a bowl, a piece of cheesecloth, one teaspoon white vinegar, a funnel (optional), and a clear, clean jar. You’ll also need to collect two cups of berries. I love pokeweed for this because it’s a common wild plant, growing in most regions of the ...

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The world changed forever on this day in 1945 when the United States dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. The initial blast killed 75,000 people, and thousands more died later from...
       
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