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Cicadas, also known as tree crickets, are a bug that represents transformation. Their loud, screeching songs can be heard in the summer in the Northern Hemisphere. They sing loudly in an effort to find a mate. They make a loud sound as a group to benefit everyone. Use the wisdom of the cicadas to find more members of your magical tribe. Life is more meaningful when you find more of your own kind. If there are cicadas near where you live, go outside and say these words: The songs of the ...

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Physical objects retain the energy of those who created or used them. When bringing any piece of furniture into your home, it is always wise to cleanse it. Family furniture passed down through the generations may be infused with considerable and varied forces. When bringing in items from relatives we know and love, the cleansing may be less stringent. A simple request and a “blessed be” might suffice, or only a light saging may be needed. One way to be sure the positive essence ...

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We all love our pets. These an imals who bless our lives are true friends, and they depend on us to keep them healthy. So in addition to taking the best possible care of your fur baby (or scale baby), it doesn’t hurt to work a little magic into their maintenance. Think about a symbol that represents general good health to you, perhaps a plump red heart to represent vigor, a bone for strength, or a sun for vitality. Draw the symbol on your pet’s belongings and recite: Good health, ...

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Sybil Leek was an astrologer, a psychic, and a witch, and today was her birthday. With her jackdaw bird and flowing cape, she was an early, visible witch and mystic who, like Gerald Gardener, was one of the first to publish books on witchcraft. Today, let’s cast a circle of protection around ourselves, our familiars, our circles, and our Pagan path so that all witches and practitioners of the craft are free to practice. As you face each direction, use your right index finger to draw a ...

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To help a child who is afraid of the dark, add some lavender scent to a spray bottle of water. When the child has gotten in bed, spray an arch of fine mist from the floor up over the bed, and down to...
       
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