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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Traditionally this was considered to be a good day to divine the identity of a future love. This was done by casting a spell that would reveal the image of a new lover during a dream. For this spell, you’ll need a pinch each of dried rosemary and thyme, a small square of fabric, and pink ribbon. At bedtime, lay the fabric wrong-side up, and sprinkle the herbs in the center of it. Tie the corners of the fabric together with the ribbon as you say: With a pinch of rosemaryand a pinch of ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Today we celebrate the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Go to YouTube and listen to his “I Have a Dream” speech, which he delivered on August 28, 1963, during the March on Washington. What dream do you have? Cast your circle and set up your altar with four green candles in holders and symbols of what can make your dream come true. Light the candles, call in the four quarters, and invoke the god or goddess who can send the elements of your dream to you. Speak this invocation:I ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Sometimes we find ourselves falling for someone who, for one reason or another, is not available to us, yet we still must see them regularly. This can create difficult emotions, to say the least. For this spell, take cotton embroidery thread of the colors you associate with love, sexual attraction, and passion. (If there’s overlap, use black, for the Mystery.) Braid these threads together in a length long enough to go around your ankle. While doing so, think strongly of your ardor for ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Re couping financially from the holiday season can be difficult, and by the middle of January, many folks scramble to pay their bills. This spell is an easy way to bring a little extra money in to cover those stresses. For this spell, you’ll need a small green candle, a one-dollar bill, and a needle or pin for carving your candle. Start by carving a dollar sign ($) into your candle, then anoint it with a money-drawing oil such as cinnamon, almond, or peppermint. Place your carved and ...

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An old Pagan custom associated with Lammas is the making of a corn doll from the last sheaf of corn from a harvest. For good luck throughout the coming twelve months, the corn doll is traditionally...
        
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