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Western hermetic alchemical science has long acknowledged the elements of mercury, sulfur, and salt as the building blocks of life. Whether viewed physically or energetically, these elements are said to uphold all physical reality in varying degrees and combinations. Light a black candle, a red candle, and a white candle in holders in front of you at dusk. Place the black one on your left, red in the middle, and white on your right. On a small piece of paper, use red marker to write, I ...

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In the United States, it’s Independence Day and a perfect time to declare your personal independence from something that is holding you back. Gather these supplies:* White paper* A red pen* A white candle in a holder* Matches or a lighter* A blue ceramic dish Pick one thing in your life from which you wish to declare your independence. Write it on the paper in red ink. Light the candle, saying: This flame represents thespark of liberty. Carefully touch the paper to the flame and ...

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Acquire some ink or a natural dye with which you can make a handprint on a large piece of paper. I suggest mixing powdered turmeric root or beetroot with water, or research how to create natural coloring by utilizing different plant materials. Dip your right hand in the mixture and press it firmly to the middle of the paper. As you are doing so, imagine your projective energy entering the print with a superboost of power. After washing your hands, take a marker and write symbols and words ...

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The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts celebrates February 22 as World Thinking Day, which focuses on global connectivity and personal impact. Even if you’re not part of the organization, take a moment to reflect on how we are all interconnected and the impact you can have on others. What is one thing that you excel at that you wish to share more of with the world? How can that ability impact others positively? Light your favorite incense in a transportable container that ...

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The Roman festival Vinalia Rustica was held today historically, and featured a ritual dedicated to the protection of vine crops and an abundant harvest. Organize a Vinalia Rustica Feast. Invite...
        
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