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The youngest and least famous of a trio of saintly sisters, St. Mildgyth is linked with the theological virtue of hope—which is sometimes all we have when things go amiss. Look into tonight’s full moon (the same that Mildgyth looked on herself ) and invoke her: MaidenIn the cloisterLiving by the sea,Divine interventionGive unto me.Yearning for peace when I cannot cope,There is your presence, there isHope. Chant this prayer to St. Mildgyth when hope is lost. Say her name— she ...

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One of the joyful-and free!- sights of the season is the displays of lights that go up in the month of December. In stores, in streets, or on homes, they illuminate the night with wishes of goodwill and cheer-and they also attract faeries. Strings of tiny bulbs glitter like stars, glow light the twilight, and shimmer like all the shiny things fairies like. Tonight when you turn on your light display (or consider making a small display for the fae if you don't put lights up), leave out some ...

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It's tempting to stir the pot, especially when we've been hurt or when someone offends our sensibilities. Make a gossip's apple to warm your heart, still your tongue, and protect you from other wagging tongues! You will need: * 1 healing apple * 3 protective star anises * A jar or two of gossip-stopping cloves * 4 straight pins (one for each star anise and one to help with the cloves) Attach each star anise to the apple by driving a pin through the center of the star and into the apple, and ...

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Scorpio energy is intense-not unlike Isabella, the heroine of John Keats's poem "The Pot of Basil." Isabella keeps her passion alive by burying the head of her murdered lover in a pot of basil, a lusty plant. Draw on Scorpio's brooding intensity and basil's power of passion by growing a pot of basil for magical use. Before you plant your basil, cleanse and charge a piece of rose quartz (heart-shaped, if possible). Put some soil in the base of the pot, then nestle in the rose quartz with these ...

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Color of the day: Scarlet Incense of the day: Myrrh For this spell, place the following thirteen goals on slips of paper and put them in a box. They are based on the Celtic tree calendar. During...
       
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