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If you have a partner or any loved ones serving in the army, navy, or the air force who has been stationed overseas, pray to the Roman goddess Fortuna Redux for her protection and safe guidance home after duty is completed. This ritual can be shared with other military husbands, wives, and adult children. Before the journey abroad, gather everyone in the altar room. If space is not big enough, perform the ritual outdoors on a night when it is not windy. Have everyone write the names of ...

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Also known as "ground ivy," coin grass is said to attract money to the bearer when used in spellwork. Cut out a square pouch from green cotton or flannel cloth. Place it on a clean table or on the altar. Anoint a green candle with cinquefoil or five finger grass oil. Cinquefoil bestows the "five lucks" of love, money, health, power, and wisdom. Set the candle in a candleholder and light it. Take some silver coins and dollar bills and insert them into the pouch with some coin grass. Tie the ...

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Cleanse and consecrate seven citrine tumbled stones and one small citrine pyramid. Put them in a steel cashbox along with a hundred dollar bill and some gold and silver coins. Other notes of lesser denominations than a hundred can be used as well. On Thursday, when in a positive state of mind and wishing to draw money luck, take the cashbox to the altar. Light a yellow candle. Arrange citrine tumbled stones in a circle. Place the candle and pyramid in the center. On a piece of parchment paper, ...

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Gather two roses, a bowl, some spring water, two small pink candles with candleholders, a piece of paper, red ink, and two tablespoons rosemary. Charge the roses with love, then the candles, spring water, and rosemary. Light the candles. Make sure there are no fire hazards such as wind blowing in through the window. Sprinkle rosemary around the base of the candleholders clockwise. Fill the bowl with spring water and place the roses in it. Sprinkle rosemary around the bowl clockwise. Write your ...

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The Egyptians used scarabs in many ways-as amulets, decorations, and seals. Khepera was the beetle-formed god of the Sun, who rolled his eggs in a ball of dung. Most of us feel we have enough dung in...
       
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