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Wednesday might seem so far from the weekend, but it’s actually the midpoint of the week. While we often work big acts of balance-related magic on the equinoxes, we need not miss the weekly opportunity that Wednesday presents us for balance magic! Today, let’s use Wednesday’s energies to create a bit of balance for ourselves. The tarot card associated with Wednesday is the Magician. Put the Magician card from your favorite tarot deck on your altar. This card actually is a ...

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It seems we can’t turn on our TV, computer, or smartphone without seeing the latest ad for a film or TV show that highlights Witchcraft. Let’s face it: Witchcraft is hot these days, and everyone wants to get in on traditions or a way of life that once upon a time would have only been talked about behind closed doors or in hushed circles. For this spell we’re going to celebrate the lasting power of the Craft and its ability to come out of the broom closet. You will need a ...

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Spring is a time of renewal and rebirth. Connecting with the essence and energy of trees is healing and can be done at any time of the year. Whenever you need to become more grounded with nature, perform this simple tree magick. Find a tree that you adore and can connect with. Place your arms around the tree trunk and hug it, placing the side of your face on the bark. Close your eyes and take a deep breath. Concentrate on what you can see in your third eye. Don’t worry if you don’t ...

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Wednesdays are associated with the god Mercury, thanks to the Romans, who named the days of the week after the gods (as well as the known planets). In French, Wednesday is mercredi, and in Spanish it is miercoles. In English, however, Wednesday comes from the Old English Wodensdaeg, after the Germanic god Woden, or Odin. Both Mercury and Odin are associated with change, the acquisition of knowledge, and wisdom, which makes today a great day for tasks related to research and studying. Writing ...

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Color of the day: Purple Incense of the day: Sage There are times when we need to be at our eloquent "best" in our verbal or written skills. This spell will aid in cutting through any haziness or...
       
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