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73 Spells matching the incense Mulberry
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For this spell, you’ll need a pillar candle of a color you associate with creative ideas. First, use a small blade or wooden pick to carve a fire symbol (like the icon above) on the front of the candle. Then add symbols and words of the type of creative work you wish to enhance. Hold the candle in your hands and visualize yourself creating, with joy and ease, all the things you wish to create. Allow yourself to feel the satisfaction of having your work turn out exactly as you’d ...

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Snakes are some of the oldest creatures, and they have certainly made it into the iconography for many different paths. World Snake Day is celebrated today. This is a perfect time to connect to the ouroboros, which is the symbol depicting a snake swallowing its own tail. This symbol represents the cycle of renewal and infinity. To connect with the ouroboros, find a comfortable place to sit and meditate. Relax and picture in your mind the serpent circling in on itself. Ask yourself what you ...

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For the past four years, our national parks, our waters, even the air we breathe have been in peril as protective measures have been erased from our laws. What will remain for future generations? Is our nation turning into a dystopia? It’s time to do both practical work and protective spellwork. First, we can donate to organizations like the Sierra Club, Greenpeace, and Friends of the Earth. Second, we can do volunteer work with local environmental groups. Third, we can work at our ...

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Last night at sundown, Passover began, making today the first day of Passover: the holiday that commemorates the Jewish liberation from slavery in Egypt. In recent years, it has become increasingly popular for non-Jewish populations, particularly oppressed minorities, to hold a seder (a Passover meal) to honor liberation in various forms. President Obama began the tradition of having a White House seder meal, which included a recitation of the Emancipation Proclamation. Today, learn about the ...

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To create an elixir of love mist, fill a spray bottle with water and gather Venus oils-such as rose, geranium, cherry, ylang ylang, or vanilla. Draw a pentagram on the ground or floor to work within,...
        
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