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Color of the day: Amber Incense of the day: Cinnamon Epona was the horse goddess of the Celts and Romans. From Epona we get our word "pony." She is the goddess believed to watch over draft animals-such as horses, donkeys and oxen-and also of the war horse. She was the only Celtic goddess whose feast day was also celebrated by the Romans. Deposits of Roman coins and other artifacts have been found buried near the large Paleo-lithic-era chalk hill figure in Uffington, England known as the White ...

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Color of the day: Yellow Incense of the day: Parsley This is the Rowan month in the Celtic tree calendar. Rowan, also known as mountain ash, is a hardy tree associated with magic and Witches. Its folk names include witchwood, witchbane, and quickbane. The folk lore concerning the rowan tree is vast and sometimes confusing. In some cases, rowan is thought to be useful for protection from witchcraft, but the tree is also used by Witches for enchantment. Its bright red berries were used ...

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Color of the day: Rose Incense of the day: Ylang-ylang St. Catherine, saint of unmarried women, is the matron of this day. Even in this age, there is a lot of pressure for women to marry and have families by a certain age. Women who are happily single and childless still face societal expectations that can be hard to deal with. On this day, try a spell for self-love and acceptance. Wear robes of pale pink, blue, or green. Light candles and decorate the altar with flowers. Have cakes and wine ...

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Color of the day: Amber Incense of the day: Clove This day marks the halfway point of autumn. It is also known as the birch month, symbolic of new beginnings. Some pagans believe the Celtic New Year occurs on October 31, the day on which we traditionally celebrate Samhain. Today might be more appropriate for a new-year celebration. It is a fine time for making resolutions, because in the approaching "down time" of winter we can make plans for projects and things we'd like to work on. Make a ...

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March is Women’s History Month, a good time to perform ancestral magic. Envision the women of your lineage: your mother, grandmothers, great-grandmothers, and beyond; your cousins, aunts, and...
       
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