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Write your name in the middle of a blank sheet of paper. Around your name, write the names of friends you are trying to strengthen relationships with. We find this spell is especially helpful when you write down the names of people who live a distance away. After you’ve written down the names of your friends, draw a circle connecting them all together, with spokes from that circle pointing back to you. As you draw the circle and the spokes, say: May the bonds we haveforged remain ...

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February’s birthstone is amethyst, the lovely violet-colored quartz. Violet represents spirituality and is connected to Archangel Michael. He carries very protective energies of your possessions while instilling inner strength. Moreover, violet brings the welcomed peace, calm, and stillness we need after the busyness of the holidays. It even encourages sobriety and helps heal wounds. Obtain a magickal amethyst crystal. You will find that one will call out to you and feel tingly, special, ...

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The youngest and least famous of a trio of saintly sisters, St. Mildgyth is linked with the theological virtue of hope—which is sometimes all we have when things go amiss. Look into tonight’s full moon (the same that Mildgyth looked on herself ) and invoke her: MaidenIn the cloisterLiving by the sea,Divine interventionGive unto me.Yearning for peace when I cannot cope,There is your presence, there isHope. Chant this prayer to St. Mildgyth when hope is lost. Say her name— she ...

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Many of our rituals have origins in ancient traditions, yet when we perform these rites, we connect to something deep within ourselves that defies explanation. Today, concentrate on an old story or myth that calls to you. For this spell you will need a black candle, frankincense essential oil, gold glitter, a fireproof candleholder, a pen, and paper. Anoint your candle with frankincense oil, then roll it in gold glitter. Place it in the holder. Light the candle. As you gaze into the flame, ...

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Between Beltane and Midsummer's Eve, do this outdoors, preferably near water. Gather some St. John's Wort to guard against fairy mischief, and some food or milk. Cast a circle by sprinkling St....
       
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