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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

They’re chartreuse-colored and spiky. They look like something from a children’s storybook. Folk magick manuals say they’re used in love and prosperity spells. Grown-ups have childhood memories of drilling holes in them and playing games with them, and squirrels devour and bury them with glee. At Yule and Christmastime, a favorite song about roasting them over an open fire plays over and over again. The mighty chestnut, how we adore thee! For this spell you will need three ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Today is Independence Day in the United States. Children are out of school, many people are on vacation, and baseball season is in full swing. For this spell you will need:* 3 chime (four-inch) candles: red, white, and blue* Some Florida Water, which is readily available in botanicas and spiritual supply stores* Olive oil* 3 fireproof candleholders Cleanse your candles with Florida Water, then anoint them with olive oil. Place them in their holders. Light the red candle for veterans who ...

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Incense of the Day

The practice of mindfulness has gained quite a foothold in recent years. It seems everyone from elders to children is practicing mindful meditation. We all need ways to calm our mind and release stress. For our spell today, we are going to practice being mindful magickal practitioners. Find a stone, crystal, leaf, feather, or flower that grabs your attention. Go to a location where you will not be disturbed. Hold your item in your hand and gaze at it lovingly. Slow your breathing. When you ...

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Lucina was an early Italian goddess of light who became an aspect of Juno or Diana. Saint Lucy was a fourth-century Sicilian girl who consecrated her virginity to God and was martyred. Vikings liked the stories they heard about Lucy while they were conquering Sicily and northern Italy and took them home. Before the calendar was reformed, Lucy’s feast day was the longest night of the year. People lit Lucy candles and Lucy fires, which guided the sun back to the sky, and children wrote the ...

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Used traditionally for protection and good fortune and to increase vitality, holey stones, or "hag" stones, have naturally occurring holes through them-often the result of exposure to running water...
       
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