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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

For this spell to help stop gossip or rumors, you’ll need one overripe apple and one sage leaf. Follow the instructions in the following verse. If possible, perform this spell on a windy autumn day. On an autumn day whenthe woods are dyingAnd the wild geese are flying,Take an apple soft with age,Rub it well with a silvery leaf of sage.Carry it to a place where thegrasses once stood tall,But now are covered withthe russet leaves of fall.Announce the lie on the autumnwind with all your ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Now is the time to plant springblooming bulbs such as crocus, daffodils, and tulips. When you plant now for spring, it shows that you believe in tomorrow. The bulbs you plant now will appear dead, brown, and lifeless. But they contain the miracle of hidden life, which, like nature, will return in the spring. Within each bulb is the eternal life cycle: birth, death, and rebirth. For this spell you’ll need some spring-blooming bulbs of your choice. As you plant, think about nature’s ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Centuries ago, August afternoons were filled with the soft swooshing sound of the scythe blade as farmers swung it to harvest fields of grain. This spell is inspired by that long-lost tradition. It will help you cut out what you don't need in your life and keep what you do need. You'll need some 3-by-5-inch index cards, a pen, and a pair of scissors. Begin by writing down on the cards anything you might want to be rid of—one thought on each card. It could be a habit, a relationship, or ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

It’s Lammas, the first of the harvest sabbats, celebrating corn and Lugh, an ancient harvest god. Grains are honored during this sabbat, but especially corn. Begin this ritual at sunrise. Cover your altar in yellow fabric. In the center, place one yellow candle. In front of the candle, lay one ear of corn with the husk removed. Safely light the candle. Meditate on how grains such as corn, the Mother of Seeds, have fed civilization since before recorded history. Then speak these ...

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Color of the day: Rose Incense of the day: Cypress Today is the Vernal Equinox, the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere and the New Year in many ancient traditions. It is the time of new...
       
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