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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Ac cording to myth, a leprechaun’s tweed is green for those folks who like to socialize and red for those who write manifestos on the overpopulation of the human species. The red-clad leprechauns are best left alone at home, to toil away by the light of an earwax lamp. A green-clad leprechaun, however, can be anyone, anywhere, at any time; you may not even know he’s been for tea but for the simple fact that he left you lucky! Hang a small child-size green tweed jacket by your back ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

As stated in Doreen Valiente’s classic Wiccan Rede, “When the moon rides at her peak, then your heart’s desire seek.” Now that the sun is beginning to return to earth following the winter solstice, it’s a good time to weave your wishes into reality. If you live in a snowy or cold area of the world, it may feel like the sun will never return. But have no fear: the seasons always change, and we grow both older and wiser with the passing of each year. In many ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Use this simple charm to honor and preserve your family’s bond. You’ll need scissors, a variety of colored construction paper, and colored pens. You might also want to include small stickers, glitter, or anything else you might use to adorn a paper chain. Before beginning, bless the materials with these words: Link by link, a chain is forged,Our family’s love is its own reward. Gather the family together around a worktable in a much-used family space. Cut the construction ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

People of many traditions like to dye eggs at this time of year, so if you find yourself with a surplus of hard-boiled colored eggs and you have a garden, this is a fun spell to do to put them to use. After using the insides of the eggs for food or offerings, save the eggshells and let them dry. Once dry, use a mortar and pestle to grind them up into smaller, gravel-like particles. Once you have processed them all, disperse them outside in your flower beds or pots, circling your home in a ...

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The vessels in which we choose to carry our magical tools and items are sometimes just as important as the items themselves but are tasked with the job of keeping them all secure. This spell can be...
        
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