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Color of the Day
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As the wind howls through the trees and rattles the storm door, a November night is a good time to settle in and divine by the fire. If you don’t have a fireplace, a candle flame or a small fire in your cauldron are fine substitutes. Safely light your fire. Sit before it, think of a question, then speak these words into the fire: I sit before the fire watching the flames, I watch the sparks and the smoke as it rises. I’ll gaze for letters, symbols, or names, So shall my fate be ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

The Wild Hunt is the Wild Huntsman (the God) and his cavalcade of horsemen who ride across the sky on windy autumn nights. They come from the Otherside to gather the souls of the recently departed. The lesson they teach is about change and transition. Call for their help when you’re afraid to make a change. You’ll need your wish written on plain white paper and one red apple. On a windswept night, hide your wish outside and place the apple on the paper. The apple is your gift to the ...

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On Samhain night you can ask Hecate to help you communicate with your deceased loved ones. You’ll need a black candle, some salt water, and a piece of purple fabric. Begin this ritual at midnight. Drape the fabric over your altar. Lightly rub the candle with the salt water to keep negative spirits away. Then safely light the candle. Sit before the candle and gaze at the flame. Now call upon Hecate by saying: Hecate, queen of the Witches,queen of the night,Bring to me the power of second ...

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An October full moon is a powerful time to scry. For this spell you’ll need a dark-colored bowl or a cauldron. You’ll also need a silver coin and a white candle. The coin not only serves as a focal point but also symbolizes the full moon. Begin by filling your container with water. Safely light the candle and set it beside the bowl or cauldron. Now drop the coin into the water. Gaze at the ripples in the water as you think of a question. When the water becomes still, focus intently ...

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Now that we are in the midst of the season of releasing, take a walk in a quiet place with trees whose leaves are in the process of changing color. Walk slowly, deeply inhaling the alluring, mystical...
       
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