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September is the time of the grape harvest where we live in California, and we like to commemorate this event by invoking the blessings of the Greek god Dionysus. For this spell you will need a glass of wine (or grape juice), preferably from near where you live. This spell requires that you leave a libation to Dionysus, poured directly onto the earth. We recommend saying the blessing spell where you will pour the wine. Great Dionysus, god of the vine,god of the grape, we thank you forthese ...

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There are times for righteous anger, but sometimes anger is unfounded or its time has passed. Lingering anger can be banished with this spell, which requires a bowl, a glass of water, and ten matches. Pour half the water into the bowl before you, then hold a match. Get in touch with your anger. Remember what stoked this emotion. When you really feel the anger, strike the match and watch it burn, bright and hot. Drop it into the bowl before it burns your fingers. Repeat this with the other ...

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July 3 is when the Festival of Cerridwen was observed. Cerridwen is a Welsh goddess who kept the cauldron of rebirth, transformation, and inspiration. We can work with Cerridwen today to harness that inspiration for ourselves. Pour some water into your own cauldron or vessel. You can add items sacred to Cerridwen, including grain, oak, sage, sandalwood, and apple. Stir in a clockwise motion. Once the mixture has been combined, apply three drops of your elixir to your thumb to represent the ...

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Juneteenth, celebrated today, commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. This year the holiday falls on the same day as Father’s Day, which is celebrated every third Sunday of June. On the conjunction of these two holidays, we can’t help but think of all the fathers who were taken from their children as a result of racial injustices such as slavery, lynchings, and police brutality. Set up a small candle on your altar (or wherever you do your magickal work) and say: I ...

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The Lovers card of the tarot has rich meaning, one being the union of the conscious and unconscious selves, which gives rise to the transcendent function, often symbolized by an angel watching over...
       
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