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April 16 is the Day of the Mushroom. In European cultures mushrooms are considered a symbol of hope and good luck. Mushrooms are surrounded by fairy energy. When you find a mushroom, know that the fairies knew they could trust you with their presence nearby. Cup your hands around the sides of the mushroom without touching it. In order to promote good luck and encourage more of it to enter your life, say these words: On this day I thank the fae.I accept the good luck andblessings they send my ...

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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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What a witch can’t do with a flick of their fingers I’ve yet to discover. In fact, casting magick for opportunity and luck is one of the best ways to spread good karma while feeling awfully witchy with the ol’ crooked finger. Pointing out the good things in your day adds to their aura of power. I like to make it a fun game of “where’s the witch’s joyful pleasure?” Throughout the day, use your pointer finger to charge, bless, and otherwise designate ...

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Do you know your lucky or special number? Numbers hold potent magic. There are numbers that are generally considered lucky or unlucky—thirteen, for example. However, we all have a number that has special meaning just for us. Look for a number that appears under unusual circumstances or a number that shows up repetitively in your life. The first time it occurs, or the first time you realize that THIS is YOUR number, there is often a strong physical reaction, like energy passing through ...

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The word economy comes from the Greek oikonomia, meaning "household management." Originally it meant far more than merely money, and included the division of labor, the management of resources,...
        
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