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You Searched For:   Blessing
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September is the time of the grape harvest where we live in California, and we like to commemorate this event by invoking the blessings of the Greek god Dionysus. For this spell you will need a glass of wine (or grape juice), preferably from near where you live. This spell requires that you leave a libation to Dionysus, poured directly onto the earth. We recommend saying the blessing spell where you will pour the wine. Great Dionysus, god of the vine,god of the grape, we thank you forthese ...

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Today the moon is in Pisces, the astrological sign that rules the feet. We often don’t give love to our feet like we do to other parts of our body, even though they transport us every day. This spell uses massage oil to bless our feet and ask that they lead us onto the right paths. Sit in a chair and rest one foot on the opposite knee. Pour about a teaspoon of oil into one of your palms. Raise your palm close to your mouth and speak this spell aloud so that your breath causes the oil to ...

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For many magickal folks, Demeter reigns supreme as the goddess of early autumn. Every year in early September, we give her a place of honor on our house’s main altar and invoke her blessings for the harvest season. For this spell you will need either a statue of Demeter or something that represents her. Demeter can be represented by a cornucopia, a sheaf of grain, a flower, or fresh produce. Place your Demeter statue (or object) in a prominent place in your home and then invoke her ...

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The Egyptian Nephthys was the sister of Isis, wife of Set, and mother of Anubis. When Set murdered and dismembered Osiris, she helped Isis search for him. Nephthys thus became a guardian of and mourner for the dead. A papyrus survives with the text of her lamentations for Osiris. Like everyone else, we Pagans have to face death—relatives, friends, our fur (or feathered) babies. Most of us know about reincarnation and that cats have nine lives. But mourning is still hard. We need to ...

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Gong hey fat choy, and welcome to the Year of the Fire Monkey! Today and in the coming weeks, as we transition from the gently industrious Wood Sheep cycle into the boldly motivated Fire Monkey...
       
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