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Today is National Red Rose Day in the US. The red rose symbolizes love and romance in the language of flowers and is also the birth flower for the month of June. Today is also Loving Day, which commemorates the 1967 US Supreme Court ruling disbanding all laws that made mixedrace marriages illegal. Therefore it’s an ideal day for this spell. Consider every plant you put in your garden to be the beginning of a magical relationship. By planting a red rose, you are helping foster love of all ...

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A good mother loves her children and teaches them to love themselves. Today is Mother’s Day, and while there are many good mothers we should celebrate, there are also many people who don’t come from a good mother. Let’s expand and extend this day, making it inclusive to all (and not exclusive to those lucky enough to have a good mother). Sit quietly and meditate. Focus on the qualities of a good mother: someone who is loving, caring, nurturing, and kind; someone who feeds, ...

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Today is Palm Sunday, a sacred day for Christians, which celebrates the triumphant entrance of Christ into Jerusalem. The people greeted him by scattering palm branches in his path. In modern-day observances, willow and yew are often substituted where palm is not available. If you wish to observe the day in a more witchy fashion, the palm tree is associated magically with fertility and is also kept near the front door of a home to prevent evil from entering. Take a palm branch, if they grow ...

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Happy birthday to Ellen Terry, the model for the Queen of Swords in the Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck. The image created by Pamela Colman Smith may have been inspired by a role Terry played on stage: the Viking queen Hjordis, whose name means “sword goddess.” In the Tarot, swords represent air, knowledge, and ideas, and the Queen is the subtle wielder of that element. Invoke the power of the Queen of Swords when you need the knowledge of strength to cut to the heart of the matter. ...

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Color of the day: Rose Incense of the day: Ginger This spell honors Hulda, an old Germanic goddess of marriage and fertility. When it is snowing, it is said Hulda is shaking the sheets. To further...
       
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