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115 Spells matching the incense Marigold
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On this day, the Romans celebrated the Festival of Feronia. They worshipped her as the goddess of the harvest and abundance. They held a fair in her honor, with a market and entertainment. They offered the fruits of the harvest to her in a sacred grove. This is a good time for a spell of gratitude. If possible, visit a farmers’ market to choose the best offerings from the current harvest. If you have a garden, you can also make offerings of things you have grown. Make an altar covered ...

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If you own a car, does it have a name? October 2 is Name Your Car Day. While it might seem silly to give your car a name, many folks who own cars tend to spend an awful lot of time in them. Most magical folks I know name their cars and talk to them as well. (I certainly do!) If you can recognize that your vehicle has an energy of its own, you’ll find you can head off major problems early and get more “life” out of it. You don’t have to do a formal naming ceremony, but ...

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There are times for righteous anger, but sometimes anger is unfounded or its time has passed. Lingering anger can be banished with this spell, which requires a bowl, a glass of water, and ten matches. Pour half the water into the bowl before you, then hold a match. Get in touch with your anger. Remember what stoked this emotion. When you really feel the anger, strike the match and watch it burn, bright and hot. Drop it into the bowl before it burns your fingers. Repeat this with the other ...

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Burning incense is a great way to tap into the power of the air element, and making a homemade batch allows you to connect with this energy on a deeper level. You’ll need:* 2 tablespoons sandalwood powder* 1 teaspoon frankincense resin (can be purchased in powder form or ground by hand with a mortar and pestle)* ¼ teaspoon guar gum* Water Combine the first three ingredients in a small bowl, then add a teaspoon of water at a time, mixing thoroughly. I typically use just shy of 3 ...

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Color of the day: Yellow Incense of the day: Juniper Spring is in the air. Tulips and daffodils are blooming. Now is the season of Kore, the Child-Goddess. She is the daughter of Demeter, Goddess of...
       
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