Spell A Day - Complete Listing
Posted: September 01, 2014 By: Tess Whitehurst
In the United States, Labor Day (in addition to all its other associations) is traditionally seen as something of an unofficial shift to autumn and the darker time of the year. For example,... Read more
Posted: August 31, 2014 By: Mickie Mueller
The first reaction many people have when they find a spider in their home is to squish it. Spiders are powerful totems. They are a symbol of the creation of life itself and also a representation of... Read more
Posted: August 30, 2014 By: Gede Parma
Light a green and/or gold candle. Breathe, ground, and center, and align. Cast the circle, if you so desire.
Chant the following incantation over and over to raise the power and then release it into... Read more
Posted: August 29, 2014 By: Elizabeth Barrette
On Ganesh Chaturthi, people honor the Hindu god Ganesh. Clay statues of the elephant-headed god are displayed in tents and temples. People make offerings of coconut, jaggery sugar, red flowers, and... Read more
Posted: August 28, 2014 By: Blake Octavian Blair
The Roman earth goddess Ops was celebrated with great revelry this time of year. The abundant fertility of all crops that grow from the earth’s soil are Ops’ domain.
Modern Pagans honor Mother Earth... Read more
Posted: August 27, 2014 By: Dallas Jennifer Cobb
On this day historically, Romans honored Volturnus, god of waters and fountains, with feasting, wine drinking, and games. Locate a suitable body of water, something you can stand in. If you live in a... Read more
Posted: August 26, 2014 By: Susan Pesznecker
The chalice is a cup or vessel used for drinking sacred beverages—typically wine, mead, juice, or ale in Pagan ceremonies, although I’ve known friends to use herbal infusions, coffee, or even hot... Read more
Posted: August 25, 2014 By: Deborah Lipp
Use this spell when something hidden causes trouble, whether on the job, at home, or in relationships.
You will need a black candle, a candle holder, and a shiny penny.
Perform the spell outdoors at... Read more
Posted: August 24, 2014 By: Thuri Calafia
This last sliver of moon can be used as Hecate’s Sickle, bright and sharp, cutting the threads of slander and innuendo. Write the words of your accuser(s), even if that accuser is you, on a piece of... Read more
Posted: August 23, 2014 By: James Kambos
Now that peaches are in season, this is a fun form of divination to try. You’ll need three clean, dry peach stones, a black marker or black craft paint, and a small basket.
Color or paint one side of... Read more
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