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November is a good time to journey inside ourselves to find the answers we seek. For this spell you’ll need a white cloth, a white votive candle, and the Hermit card from a tarot deck. Cover your altar with the cloth and light the candle. Then lay the Hermit card in front of the candle. Study the card. The Hermit is your guide for this inner journey. He’s all-knowing. He wants to help, but you must listen— to your inner voice. Concentrate on your question and say: Hermit, ...

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The sun is already in Scorpio and Mars enters Scorpio today, so we can officially say that Samhain season is in full swing! Scorpio has a connection to death and decay, so now is the perfect time to tap into these influences for our magic. Cast this spell to watch a problem disappear. Take a freshly fallen leaf and, with black marker, write the name of something that you wish to leave your life. Take this leaf away from your property—a graveyard would be best—and release it into a ...

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Applying crème to cast irons was a good Old World chore often done with prayers and a sense of wealth, because the fats used to temper cooking irons, even today, are among the most prized for baking. This highland crème is one that gives a shine and seals the outside of the pans, protecting them from soot and debris if they are used on a fire. The season of the cauldron is a great time to practice traditional kitchen witchery and give thanks for how far we’ve come since the ...

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We are in the midst of the harvest season, which is a perfect time to work on magic for prosperity and abundance. You can use this simple spell at any time, but it is especially nice if you can do it either at noon in a patch of sunshine or during the full moon. Take a pretty bowl and fill it with fresh fruits and/or vegetables. Make sure they are practically spilling out, to represent the abundance of the season. Place your hands around the sides of the bowl and feel all that fabulous energy. ...

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The Old Farmer's Almanac calls April's full moon "Egg Moon," a nod to the promise of fertility of the spring equinox. Capture this unique and paradoxical energy-potent beginnings (the egg) and...
       
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