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You Searched For:   Astrea Taylor
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Today marks the new moon in Aquarius and the Lunar New Year of the Rabbit. (The new moon occurred yesterday in Eastern Standard Time, but it falls early this morning in the UTC +8:00 time zone, or China Standard Time.) It’s an auspicious day to cleanse your home to make way for the influx of fresh energy. This spell uses the magical action of sweeping a broom to accomplish this. It also uses mood music, which can be anything from a song to ambient sounds or tonal ...

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New years are exciting, but the terrain can seem unfamiliar at times. This reading gives you signposts to indicate you’re on the right path. Hold a deck of tarot cards in your hands and take a deep breath. In a clear, strong voice, say: Signs to know and signs to see.Six months of signs, please send to me. Draw six cards from the middle of the deck. Place them before you in a rainbow arc, starting on the left and continuing to the right. These cards represent signs for each of the six ...

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The Roman holiday Saturnalia begins today. It honors Saturn, the god of wealth and agriculture. Historically, it was a time of feasting, drinking, dancing, games, and role reversal of kings and servants. Evergreen boughs were brought inside and candles were lit. This meal blessing recalls some of the merriment associated with that time. All you need is a meal, beverages, an evergreen bough, taper candles, and a lighter. Set the table with the greenery and the candles in the middle. Light the ...

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Bells are often used in witchcraft to call forth blessings, to bring a change, or to call spirits. Bells are even more powerful when they’re charged with a sigil. This historical practice has roots in witchcraft. This spell requires a bell, paper, and a marker (fine-tipped if possible). Ring the bell and determine your intention for the bell. Speak your intention out loud with confidence, and write it down on the paper. Next, write down seven words associated with the intention. Draw ...

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In China, February 3 is known as Risshun or Setsubun. Similar to New Year's Eve, the festival has long been renowned as a most auspicious time for driving away evil, bad luck, and harmful energies....
       
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