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The Julian calendar is thirteen days behind the Gregorian one. That makes today the Old New Year! So, if you still need to reset and make some magickal resolutions, you still can. Transformative magick is powerful, and you can tap into that energy to make change in your life. Take a piece of moonstone that speaks to you, and place it in a bowl or other container with some water and a pinch of salt. Set the bowl on a windowsill or near a window through which you can see the moon. The energies ...

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To make this banishing salt, you will need one tablespoon sea or table salt and three drops tea tree oil, plus an envelope or other container. On New Year’s Eve, take a quiet moment to yourself during the festivities. Hold the salt in the palm of your hand and think about something from the past year that you’d like to let go of. This can be many things or only one thing. Whisper your wish to the salt, allowing your breath to get onto it, imbuing it with your intention. Then add ...

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Though most meditative practices that focus on energetic roots are designed to ground and release, in nature the roots of a plant not only provide grounding and a strong foundation but also absorb vital nutrients and water from the earth. This spell calls upon the earth to exchange any incorrect or harmful energies that you may have, replacing them with new, healthy energy. To begin, sit comfortably, close your eyes, and meditate. Begin to do a standard grounding by mentally sending etheric ...

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This spell isn’t meant to be used for vengeful or frivolous purposes but rather as a final resort, since it not only asks a powerful deity for help but also seeks to neutralize harm caused by the wrongdoer. To begin, place three unlit white candles on an altar table around an image of Hecate (or three keys) and a bulb of garlic. Close your eyes and meditate on Hecate until you can feel her presence. When you feel her near, safely light the candles in her honor and plead your case. Tell ...

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In a north German tradition, the Sun, Moon, and Earth were revered as three sisters called Borbet, Ambet, and Wilbet, or "the Three Eternal Ones." These sisters were granted powers over the human...
       
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