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You Searched For:   Blessing
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Holly is a popular Yuletide seasonal plant because of its bright red berries and evergreen leaves. It is ruled by Saturn and is often used in magic for protection, drawing good fortune, warding off storms, and repelling the evil eye. If you’re looking for a beneficial bush or small tree to plant near the front door of your house, holly is definitely a friend to Witches. Remember to give it small offerings throughout the year (even just some kind words praising its strength and beauty) and ...

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Bells are often used in witchcraft to call forth blessings, to bring a change, or to call spirits. Bells are even more powerful when they’re charged with a sigil. This historical practice has roots in witchcraft. This spell requires a bell, paper, and a marker (fine-tipped if possible). Ring the bell and determine your intention for the bell. Speak your intention out loud with confidence, and write it down on the paper. Next, write down seven words associated with the intention. Draw ...

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The Rural Dionysia was a festival of fertility, travel, and entertainment. People baked phallic bread loaves and poured offerings of wine and water. They traveled from town to town visiting friends. They held games, contests, plays, concerts, and other revelries. During the modern holiday season, people also travel, so now is a good time for a blessing. For this spell you will need wine or grape juice, plus a bit of ivy, such as a sprig of silk leaves, a metal brooch, etc. Raise the ivy to ...

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Today, put a few seashells and some blue glass marbles in a Mason jar. Add eight shiny dimes and eight shiny pennies. Add purified water until the jar is one-half to threequarters full. Hold your hands over the jar. Say: Great Mother of the Waters, goddessof the rivers, oceans, and seas, I callupon your generosity and your lavishabundance now. I ask that you fill thiswater with your gifts of nourishmentand infinite flow. Thank you. Seal the Mason jar securely with the lid and turn it upside ...

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Color of the day: Amber Incense of the day: Juniper The ancients knew what they were doing when they worshipped the Sun as a god. We would not be here if not for the Sun's light. In fact, the...
       
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