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The number eighteen in numerology is often said to vibrate with the concept of humanitarianism. Most people on a magical path are deeply devoted to nature. In reality, devotion to nature is truly of humanitarian benefit. If we do not maintain the integrity of the natural ecosystems and life forms we are interdependent on, we will drive ourselves to eventual extinction. Today, make an effort to contribute in some way, even if small, through an act of humanitarian benefit. Perhaps that is ...

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The purpose of this amulet is to ward off unwanted visitors, such as nosy neighbors or people you just don’t want in your home. Gather these items:* A rusted old nail (The dirtier and rustier it is, the better.)* A piece of paper to wrap the nail in* A pen Hold the nail in your hand and think about how sharp and dangerous it is, and how much it would hurt if you stepped on it. While no one is going to actually physically step on the nail or get hurt, imagining this quality acknowledges ...

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Lighting lamps and finding ways to battle back the shadow within us are common themes at this time of year. Ready your home for autumn gatherings by making coconut lanterns. Simply buy one or more coconuts and sit in a sacred space. Think of a prayer for a selfless and positive purpose. As you do so, pierce and drain the coconut using a hammer and a thick nail, drinking the juice to help fill you with the strength and courage to serve others this season. Use the hammer to carefully split the ...

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Sukkot, the Jewish harvest festival, ends today. The sukkah, an outdoor reed hut, is where families eat, recalling the time when the Israelites wandered the desert for forty years, sleeping and eating under the stars. Today, take time to get outside for a meal, and pause and give thanks for your harvest. Can you leave work at lunchtime to eat outdoors? Can you enjoy your evening meal on the deck or in the yard? As you eat, slowly savor the food, being thankful for all that you eat. Take time ...

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We come to the end of autumn and winter festivities begun on Halloween. Saturdays and waning moons are associated with endings and magical dormancy, respectively. Gather your friends and family for...
       
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