Spell A Day - Complete Listing
Posted: February 12, 2013 By: Peg Aloi
Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, is the traditional day of celebration before the austerity of Lent begins. In New Orleans, Mardi Gras is a huge event that goes on for days.
Although the observance stems... Read more
Posted: February 11, 2013 By: James Kambos
The February birthstone, amethyst, is good to use as an aid to encourage prophetic dreams.
You'll need either an amethyst cluster or a smooth, polished amethyst stone you can hold. Send your... Read more
Posted: February 10, 2013 By: Tess Whitehurst
Like water and air, our lives feel healthy and invigorating when we're aligned with natural movement and flow. When our lives feel stagnant or stuck in any area, often all we need to get the energy... Read more
Posted: February 09, 2013 By: Blake Octavian Blair
Ruled by Saturn, Saturday is a good day for protection magic. There is an old saying that "home is where the heart is." That is certainly something worth protecting!
Our homes are a sacred... Read more
Posted: February 08, 2013 By: Susan Pesznecker
Food fills so many roles in our lives. It nourishes our bodies, nurtures us when we're ill, provides a unique type of sensual pleasure, and, for those of us magickal folks, comes with an arcane... Read more
Posted: February 07, 2013 By: Mickie Mueller
Build a full-figured snow goddess with her arms folded and cupped in front of her, creating a bowl made out of snow. Think "snowman with dangerous curves" - it's not about the skill, but the... Read more
Posted: February 06, 2013 By: Chandra Alexandre
String together six beads today:
One for Love, one for passion, one for joy, one for sex, one for play, and one for beauty.
Six, is the number sacred to the Goddess of Love, is also the number of... Read more
Posted: February 05, 2013 By: Emyme
This week, "Solo Diners Eat Out" is observed. Tuesdays are the domain of Mars, passionate and courageous. Begin a tradition of solo dining at a local establishment with the eye to becoming a... Read more
Posted: February 04, 2013 By: Ember Grant
In Japan, Setsubun means "dividing the seasons," and this tradition involves throwing roasted soybeans while shouting "In with good luck, out with demons!"
This is a kind of symbolic spring cleaning... Read more
Posted: February 03, 2013 By: Lupa
In 313 the Edict of Milan was passed, ending persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire.
Today many small religions, including Neopagan paths, still seek religious freedom in many countries. ... Read more
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