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Color of the Day
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The holidays can be difficult for people who don’t have good relationships with their family, or even for those who do but who live far away from those they wish they could be with. Thankfully there is more than one kind of family. There is the family you were born to and the family you create. For many Witches, some of those folks may be part of the local Pagan community, if they have one. They might also be friends or people you work with or even your pets. This can be a good time to ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Welcome the new moon and its potential for great beginnings today. Let’s align with the sweetness of Hierochloe odorata, which means “holy grass” and “fragrant.” The common name for this herb, believed to be the braid of Mother Earth, is sweetgrass. As one of the Four Sacred Medicines, sweetgrass is a special herb. Unlock its healing potential with a respectful offering to the ancestors by burning tobacco. Next, tap sweetgrass’s ability to create good ...

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Onions are associated with the underworld because they grow beneath the ground’s surface and have a sharp aroma. They’re used in magic to absorb negative energy and protect people from harm. Cut an onion in quarters, leaving the skin on, and place the quarters in a shallow dish of salt. The dish could be placed under the bed of someone who is physically or emotionally sick, or anywhere you feel negative energy. This practice is best performed under a waning moon, but any lunar ...

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If you’re looking to sell a house, the spirit to invoke is St. Joseph. Bury a statue of St. Joseph upside down in your yard when you put your house up for sale, making sure to dig it up once the house has been sold. If you can’t get your hands on a St. Joseph statue, invoke him with some fig cookies. (Fig Newtons work nicely!). Trace a builder’s square (one of Joseph’s symbols) into the cookie with a toothpick, then ask for his help and leave the cookie in the yard for ...

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Now in the garden and along the roadside you'll see the magical yarrow blooming. Its silvery-green foliage and stems are topped with flat yellow flower heads. When dried and crushed, it releases a...
       
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