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Winter is cold and flu season, a nd you can add magical and physiological support with this spellcrafted tea. In your favorite cup or mug, grate some fresh ginger (or use ¼ teaspoon powdered ginger) and squeeze in one tablespoon lemon juice and a bit of freshly grated lemon peel. Ginger is known magically for warming and healing, while lemon has strong solar connections and is associated with health and longevity; both ginger and lemon are full of antioxidants, and lemon is also packed ...

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When you are searching fo r an answer to a yes-no question, you can use a coin to get results. Make sure you really want to know the answer before you begin. Depending on the situation, sometimes it may be better not to know. Once you have decided to explore this simple form of divination, designate one side of the coin for a “yes” answer and the other side for a “no.” First you must establish a relationship with the coin. Start by asking simple questions. Ask the coin ...

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The fire element spreads its symbolic colors over the trees when their leaves change in autumn. It is an element we need more and more as the weather cools. Some people have a woodstove, a fireplace, or a firepit. For them, autumn is a time to cut and haul firewood or order a load to be delivered. Here is a spell to keep your woodpile safe from pests or moisture and maximize the energy from it. You will need a stick of incense, preferably a woody scent such as pine, cedar, or sandalwood. You ...

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Lughnasadh has roots in Irish mythology and legend as a festival in honor of the god Lugh. This day has come to be celebrated in many ways, including acknowledging the first harvest. Create your own First Fruits blessing by buying some local produce today or, even better, harvest from your own garden if you can. Any type of food item can be used for the blessing—fruit, vegetable, grain, or herb. After you’ve selected your item to symbolize the harvest, decorate your altar with ...

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Color of the day: White Incense of the day: Coriander Benjamin Franklin is one of America's most famous statesmen. He was also a creator, a thinker, and a doer. Franklin loved two simple yet joyful...
       
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