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A godparent and a godchild usually form a special loving bond. To be asked to be a godparent is an honor. This ritual was performed frequently in the Appalachian region at one time. To perform this ritual, the godchild should still be an infant. To begin, the godparent carries their godchild outside. Then the godparent continues holding the child and walks the infant around their house three times. During this time, the godparent whispers secret hopes and wishes to the godchild. To end the ...

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Weather changes and goes through many transitions, just like our lives. The element of water is connected to fluid emotions. You can tap into the power of water/rain and use it to help wash away inner turmoil and pain. This spell works by visualizing rainwater washing over you and your energy. Utilize the healing power of rain to help you work on healing yourself and getting a fresh new start. Safely burn a white candle for illumination, transformation, and the purity of your intentions. Chant ...

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Take this opportunity at the full moon to charge your tools, candles, crystals, and other magical items. Find a spot in your home where the moon will shine in for at least one hour. If no window ledge is wide enough, set up a table. If an item is flat, like your athame, let it bathe in the moonlight for a while and then flip it over. You may also want to charge some organic matter for use in spells, such as spices, herbs, or a jar of water. Ground and center, then call upon the elements and ...

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On this date in La Paz, Bolivia, begins the monthlong celebration of Alasitas. The main figure honored during this event is Ekeko, a god of abundance. Ekeko is depicted as a man carrying money and household items related to abundance. If presented with wheat, he provides a good harvest. If he is presented with money, the household will prosper. Miniature items are sold at the festival. These items are exchanged as gifts to bring specific types of abundance. It is believed that if you are ...

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As the Winter Solstice approaches, a major theme in world magic is luring back the power of light in its many forms. To bring light back into your life, use either a Hanukkah menorah or nine taper...
       
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