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Juneteenth, celebrated today, commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. This year the holiday falls on the same day as Father’s Day, which is celebrated every third Sunday of June. On the conjunction of these two holidays, we can’t help but think of all the fathers who were taken from their children as a result of racial injustices such as slavery, lynchings, and police brutality. Set up a small candle on your altar (or wherever you do your magickal work) and say: I ...

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When we prepare our garden ev ery year, we like to bless it by invoking the blessings of its past, present, and future. For this spell you’ll need some seeds from last year’s garden, a handful of your garden’s soil, and some new seeds or seedlings to plant. Grab last year’s seeds with your dominant hand and sprinkle them into your garden while saying: May last year’s abundance return.A fine harvest we wish to earn. Follow that by picking up a handful of your ...

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In addition to Easter Sunday, today is National Haiku Poetry Day. Compose a haiku to describe and represent what you will be releasing during the waning moon. As you may know, a haiku is a Japanese form of short poetry composed of three lines only, the first and third lines containing five syllables and the second line containing seven. There are two other traditional elements to include. First, a “cutting word” (kireji) should be placed at the end of the second or third line. Think ...

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We’ve had half a year of dark. N ow we’re yearning for the light, for spring to rain on us, for green shoots to rise to our ankles. We’re listening to hear the little chirpy birds and see the bees and butterflies. This is mid-spring, the season when the Goddess comes back to earth. Everything she brings to us is new. Instead of building an altar to celebrate Ostara, begin a creative project: a springtime collage of light and darkness. Buy a piece of poster board in your ...

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Color of the day: White Incense of the day: Frankincense In Scotland, many sacred herbs were gathered in preparation for Midsummer rites. These included yarrow, vervain, elderberry, St. John's wort,...
       
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