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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

It’s harvest time, and our thoughts turn toward bounty. Celebrate your own abundance with this simple ritual. You’ll need:* Milk, fruit juice, wine, or beer* A pitcher or measuring cup* A 9-by-12-inch piece of construction paper (or a piece from a brown paper bag)* Cellophane tape* Salt (any type)* A cinnamon stick* Seeds or nuts* Dried fruit* Bread or grains Pour the liquid of your choice into the pitcher or cup. Roll the paper into a cone, tape securely, and fill with the other ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Now is the time to plant springblooming bulbs such as crocus, daffodils, and tulips. When you plant now for spring, it shows that you believe in tomorrow. The bulbs you plant now will appear dead, brown, and lifeless. But they contain the miracle of hidden life, which, like nature, will return in the spring. Within each bulb is the eternal life cycle: birth, death, and rebirth. For this spell you’ll need some spring-blooming bulbs of your choice. As you plant, think about nature’s ...

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Salt is a common crystal on Earth and one of the most sacred. We depend on sunshine and water to stay alive, but we need salt too. Our eyes weep salty tears, our hearts pump salty blood, and our unborn children float in salty wombs. Salt has been used medicinally, as currency, and in sacred offerings, and our salted oceans are cauldrons of life. It’s no wonder we attach such value to it. Keep a vial of salt at hand, ready for a number of uses: Purification: Bury magical tools in salt or ...

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W ater is an essential part of th e magical tool kit. With some planning, you can create an allpurpose pantry of magical waters. You’ll need some small lidded jars (four-ounce canning jars are perfect), masking tape or labels, and a permanent marker. Label and date each sample of water you collect. Start by collecting water from any body of water you visit. The real and remembered links to that place will be powerful. Collect rainwater, hail, sleet, snow, or ice to use when a stormy ...

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One of the most important qualities of a good priest or priestess of the Craft is self-love. Part of our work as Witches is not only to see divinity in the world, but also to see it within ourselves....
       
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