Spell A Day - Complete Listing
Posted: September 25, 2015 By: Raven Digitalis
Even if Pagans are dubbed “treehugging hippies” from time to time, it’s not really that insulting. Since Pagans worship and adore nature, and we ideally make choices every day that support this... Read more
Posted: September 24, 2015 By: Elizabeth Barrette
The Kubera mudra is dedicated to the god of wealth, Kubera. Use it for pursuing your goals or wishes. It can bring more than just prosperity. Mentally it grants confidence, serenity, and inner... Read more
Posted: September 23, 2015 By: Susan Pesznecker
Mabon is the major harvest festival on the seasonal Wheel of the Year. It's also known as the fall or autumnal equinox and, in folk terms, as "harvest home."
Astrologically, Mabon occurs when the... Read more
Posted: September 22, 2015 By: Natalie Zaman
The element of air is associated with clarity and thought, which are useful during periods of change (like the seasonal conversion that’s happening tomorrow). Go for an autumn walk and look for... Read more
Posted: September 21, 2015 By: Blake Octavian Blair
Today is the UN International Day of Peace. Conflict between both individuals and nations is often rooted in misunderstanding. It is true that we often fear that which we do not understand. In the... Read more
Posted: September 20, 2015 By: Michael Furie
If you want to encourage victory in a legal dispute, here is a great option. This spell avoids problems by using a bloodstone, which can be carried without inciting alarm (no metal or herbs). First,... Read more
Posted: September 19, 2015 By: Emyme
Talk Like a Pirate Day is celebrated every September 19th. Begun as a joke among friends, this fanciful idea quickly took off after it was highlighted in a national newspaper column. Last year, did... Read more
Posted: September 18, 2015 By: Boudica
Beauty is only skin deep, so some say, but real beauty comes from within.
Treating yourself well is a good start toward a healthy body. Nutritious foods, lots of water, fresh air, and sunshine are... Read more
Posted: September 17, 2015 By: Estha McNevin
As the trees begin to display nature’s opulent death, windows that were once sheltered by lush foliage can become barren and exposed by the season’s overture of repose. Simple hex signs like eyes,... Read more
Posted: September 16, 2015 By: Elizabeth Barrette
Onam is a Hindu harvest festival with mythological overtones. People celebrate with music, dancing, and feasts. A pookalam, or floral carpet, is made by arranging masses of flower petals into a... Read more
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