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"He loves me. He loves me not,” she says as she plucks the petals from a recently picked flower. It sounds cliché, but flowers are a lovely way to do a little springtime divination. Flowers don’t leave a lot of room for interpretation, so this works best with questions that can be answered with a “yes” or a “no.” For best results, pick your own flower, preferably in the early morning hours, when the possibilities of a new day are at their ...

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On the night of the full moon, fill a dark-colored bowl with fresh water and place in a spot where it will reflect the light of the moon. This can be outdoors or near a window. Once you see the image of the moon in your water, take the index finger of your dominant hand (or a wand or athame) and gently stir the water in a clockwise direction. As you stir the water, relax your visual focus and say: Power of the moon, shining bright,Let me see the future tonight.In these waters grant me second ...

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Spring cleaning is not just for our homes; it’s also something we should do periodically for our magickal altars. Start by taking everything off your altar and setting it in a safe space. Now dust off your altar and give it a thorough cleaning. As you wipe down your altar, do so with a counterclockwise motion. As you clean, say: I renew this space so that itmight serve me magickally.Dirt, dust, and negativeenergy must now all flee.Cleansed and renewed Imake this sacred space.My magick ...

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By the end of March, we are often imagining the places we want to visit in the summer. To aid in our travels, we like to perform this spell that honors the wind and the spirits of air. On a windy day, take a small handful of flour and go outside to a place where you won’t be disturbed. In your mind’s eye, visualize where you wish to travel this year. Visualize yourself arriving there safely as you feel the spring breeze whirl around you. Open your hand and lightly blow the flour ...

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Color of the day: Red Incense of the day: Gardenia In parts of Scotland, the Gregorian New Year was called Hogmanay. This was a special time when people gathered at sacred sites such as stone...
       
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