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This ritual celebrates the sun god and the summer solstice. It should be performed at noon, the solar hour. If possible, perform this ritual outside. You’ll need one orange pillar candle and a bowl of water containing a few drops of orange extract. Place the candle on a sturdy surface outside, such as a table or a flat rock. If inside, use an altar or a table. In front of the candle, place the bowl with the water/ extract. Safely light the candle and raise it skyward. Then set it down ...

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Everyone could use a little prosperity. In the past, people often wore coins as jewelry to attract wealth. This spell draws on that history. To cast this spell, you will need some wearable coinage, a paper and pen, and a sprig of fresh basil. Necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and bellydance scarves often have coinlike dangles. Some belt buckles have pennies or other coins welded onto a background. You can also find actual sunken treasure or other historic coins made up into jewelry, usually ...

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What we focus on grows, so cr eate a prosperity altar to bless and multiply your money. Gather coins and bills, flowers, herbs, stones, fossils, and other energized, magical objects. On a flat surface, create a spiral with about an eight-inch circumference. Lay the coins, bills, and other sacred objects down in ever smaller revolutions of the spiral. As you do this, think about how much money has been given to you throughout your life. Say: Lucky me. As you place the objects in smaller ...

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Easter is such a Pagan holiday. With its abundance of pre-Christian fertility symbolism, it celebrates the renewal of life and spring. Eggs represent life, and utilizing those brightly colored ones from childhood in our magical work is a great way that we as Witches can reconnect to those cultural elements on our own terms. You will need several white hardboiled eggs, a commercial egg-dyeing kit, and a white crayon. Begin by designing sigils for various blessings, such as health, prosperity, ...

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Those crazy Romans had a god or goddess for pretty much everything, and Fornax was the goddess of ovens. In February, she was celebrated with a three-day festival known as the Fornacalia. Help...
       
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