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There is a saying “April showers bring May flowers.” The saying, however, doesn’t specify which flowers or what you should do to make the most of that abundant May energy. I suggest turning your attention to flowering herbs, which can be made into healing teas, tinctures, and ointments and, of course, used for magic. Which herbs are in flower will vary depending on where you live, but you can either plant them in your yard or garden on purpose or take a walk and see what has ...

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Today is Bird Day. In its various incarnations, it draws attention to migratory birds in particular and encourages conservation of birds in general. Like all flying creatures, birds represent the element of air. For this reason, they often figure into travel spells. This can mean air travel but also applies to travel over land or water. For this spell you will need a charm shaped like a feather or a bird (preferably in flight) and something to string it on, such as a necklace, bracelet, or key ...

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Who shall be your partner in life?Maybe a husband, maybe a wife?Tonight is the eve of good St. Mark,So wait until it’s good and dark.Then light and burn a candle bright,And hold a cloth up to the light.In its threads thy shall beholdThy true love’s face in flames foretold.A warning though that thou must heed:Bring the cloth not too near the flame,Lest the thing should catch afireAnd burn away love and desire!Is this legend or is this spell?Try! It’s the only way to tell. ...

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In the Middle Ages it was not uncommon to write spells of protection around a door jamb— the portal through which the occupants of a house (or barn) came and went. For extra protection to guard against illness as the weather changes and allergy season approaches, write this spell in chalk around the inside of your front door: To all who come and go from here,Health and wellbeing shall adhere!Bring nothing back that carries ill,So mote it be, this is my will! Renew the words as needed as ...

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Color of the day: Blue Incense of the day: Violet Now is a time of festive activities centered on presents, food, and gathering with friends and family. Why not make an orange pomander that...
       
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