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This spell requires your body and voice, and repetition. Stand with your feet hip-distance apart, arms at your sides. Step forward with your dominant foot (if you are right-handed, then you are right-footed) while pushing away with your palms facing out in front. Say, “No.” Step back to your neutral starting position. Step forward, raising your arms forward, with palms facing down toward the ground, and say, “Maybe.” Step back to neutral. Stand firmly with your feet ...

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It’s the first day of Kwanzaa, and today celebrants honor the concept of unity. You can honor this day magically with a ceremony of unity for your family and ancestors. Prepare by creating a list or a family tree of your family members, as many as you know or can recall. You’ll also need a special cup or goblet, a beverage to be shared, family photographs, and a candle. Ask each family member attending to bring a favorite item that reminds them of the family. Gather your family ...

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The Rural Dionysia was a festival of fertility, travel, and entertainment. People baked phallic bread loaves and poured offerings of wine and water. They traveled from town to town visiting friends. They held games, contests, plays, concerts, and other revelries. During the modern holiday season, people also travel, so now is a good time for a blessing. For this spell you will need wine or grape juice, plus a bit of ivy, such as a sprig of silk leaves, a metal brooch, etc. Raise the ivy to ...

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Shakespeare invented a word that needs to be in wider use today: rudesby. It means exactly what it sounds like: an ill-mannered, uncivil person. Two of his strong female characters use the word. Katherine and Olivia dismiss hangers-on in their houses with “mad-brain rudesby” and “Rudesby, be gone!” So who’s been hanging around you lately? What pest is driving you berserk? Take or find a photo of the rudesby, set it on your altar, and speak the banishing ...

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Color of the day: Rose Incense of the day: Dill June is sacred to the Roman goddess Juno. Orris root is sacred to her as well and can be used to draw love. Juno is also known as our higher self....
       
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