Spell A Day
This Is Not an April Fool’s Spell
Spell Date: Monday, April 1, 2002
On April Fool’s Day, don’t waste time dodging pranks to prove how smart you are. Do something instead to increase your mental prowess. You will need a steady spring wind; if it’s blowing from the east—the direction associated with intellect—all the better. You will also need a yellow kite on a long string and some water empowered with the brain-boosting properties of rosemary. Flick rosemary water from your fingertips onto both the kite and yourself. Fly the kite high the air while visualizing it absorbing the aspect of intelligent thought from the element of air. Direct this aspect down the kite’s string into your body.
This post was written by Edain McCoy
on April 01, 2002
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