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It’s National Chocolate Day. Chocolate, called the food of the gods, has a rich history in Mexico, beginning in the Aztec and Mayan cultures. So let’s create the drink of Aztec goddess Xochiquetzal. She has dominion over sex, childbearing, creativity, flowers, hummingbirds, and butterflies. She manifests for feather-workers and metalworkers. Xochiquetzal loves weavers, painters, sculptors, florists, homemakers, sex workers, mothers, pregnant women, and midwives. For plant energy, ...

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If a relationship is over but it doesn’t quite feel over, conditions are ideal today for clearing residual relationship energy so you can call your power back to you and begin anew. This can be done with any relationship (not just a romantic one). First, go through your home and round up any pictures of this person, any notes or gifts from them, and anything this person once owned or co-owned with you. Then let these items go in a responsible way. Throw out, donate, sell, or recycle them ...

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A thimble is a metal cap with a closed end used in sewing to help push in the needle while protecting the finger. It’s simple, utilitarian, and ubiquitous, which makes it perfect for spellcraft. My grandmother was a talented seamstress who liked to collect decorative thimbles from the different places she visited. I have a few beautiful ones on my altar to remind me of her and to act as a connection to those places. But they’re also useful for tapping into protective qualities. On ...

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Friday the 13th is typically a day filled with superstition. Today, try to bring harmony into your world. Create a magickal water to boost your spirits and keep you in balance. You will need distilled or spring water to mix with your essential oils, herbs, and crystals in a container. Some possibilities of herbs or oils to incorporate include heather, lilac, and thyme. Crystals or gemstones to use could include quartz and moonstone. Use what works for you. When adding your ingredients to the ...

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It's Sunday night and you're still studying for Monday's big exam. Your anxiety is building even as your knowledge seems to slip away. Now is a good time to make use of nutmeg. An age-old symbol of...
       
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