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La fête de la nature (the Party of Nature) occurs every year around International Day of Biodiversity. To celebrate, we’ll create Nana Buluku. This fierce wisewoman and powerful witch created the universe. Nana Buluku is called Lady of the Swamp and Lady of the Clay. Prominent in West Africa’s Fon, Ketu, and Yoruba pantheons, she rose up from the primordial swamp and loves everything connected to it. We’ll conjure her energies outdoors; she’s too powerful for ...

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Magic can raise the energy, safety, and positivity of your area. This spell requires a printed map of your neighborhood, a pencil, six small bags, and a marker. On the map, circle your home. Next, draw a pentagram over your neighborhood, with your house in the middle. Number the points 1–5. Take a walk to the first point. Get as close as possible to it without trespassing. Secretly collect a small sample of dirt, grass, rocks, or leaves, and place it in a bag. Number that bag ...

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It’s a well-known fact that our subconscious mind communicates messages to us in the dreamscape. Additionally, our time of rest allows our brain, our mind, and our consciousness to assimilate previous experiences. Sleep also allows the body to repair itself on a cellular level. The full moon is a time of illumination and insight. Before going to sleep tonight, meditate with a large piece of amethyst in the dark. Speak nine times to the stone (nine being the esoteric Qabalistic number of ...

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"He loves me. He loves me not,” she says as she plucks the petals from a recently picked flower. It sounds cliché, but flowers are a lovely way to do a little springtime divination. Flowers don’t leave a lot of room for interpretation, so this works best with questions that can be answered with a “yes” or a “no.” For best results, pick your own flower, preferably in the early morning hours, when the possibilities of a new day are at their ...

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To the country folk of Appalachia, the ability to predict the weather by watching the rising of chimney smoke was crucial to survival. It is actually very easy to learn how to read these signals....
       
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