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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

It’s that time again to gather all of our baskets and begin filling them with fruits and veggies from the harvest! Sometimes our baskets don’t look so great after a summer of heavy use in the garden. This wash cleans, disinfects, and seals the fibers of the baskets to help them last longer and withstand a bit more robust use. Rinsing them in a full tub of warm water is best, but some baskets like to be soaked overnight and will tolerate their weave being adjusted or mended after a ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Celebrate the sun as it rises today by breathing in the light and letting the hands of God fill your naked body in the sunlight. In a private or skyclad-friendly environment, find some time to let it all hang out. Love your body with frankincense lotion, and burn Egyptian incense to enable light to reach all of your nooks and crannies. Take stock of your body’s strengths and weaknesses, and apply yourself to healthful habits as you work toward the harvest season under the watchful eye of ...

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The last half of summer really is a powerhouse of life and fertility. Capturing that energy for our wallet and purse magick is as simple as sprouting clover seeds. In a large glass loaf pan, soak a half cup of clover seeds and three onedollar bills in a half cup of water. Poke holes in the money or tear the edges to give the plants something to hold onto. Nestle this in a warm and sunny location and watch the life grow! For twelve days, carefully drain the old water while holding back the ...

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Many recipes designed to treat the hands and wrists for hot flashes have survived, from Mrs. Beeton’s to Taoist medical teas. This particular one is a personal favorite. It works within fifteen to thirty seconds on most folks and will prevent heat stroke. Although soaking your hands a few times a day in ice cubes can be tedious, it is better than being drenched in sweat or dehydrated all day on account of nature and her wonderful little hormonal and weather- driven nuances. This recipe is ...

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Hyssop flowers and leaves are often used in purification rights, but in addition this herb has also been used in protection ceremonies and for healing along with another very powerful protection...
       
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