Spell A Day - Complete Listing
Posted: May 03, 2013 By: Barbara Ardinger
When you want to draw something into your life, it often helps to "stir the pot." Think about what you want, and draw sunwise circles or spirals with the index finger of your projective hand. Your... Read more
Posted: May 02, 2013 By: Chandra Alexandre
What if you really believed that you were protected by a guardian angel at all times? Hold on to that thought, at least for today.
Good fortune is ripe for the taking, and you would be wise to offer... Read more
Posted: May 01, 2013 By: Jenett Silver
Today is all about joy in the world, everything coming into flower, bursting with life. To celebrate Beltane, take a few minutes to find some food or drink you particularly love, that makes you feel... Read more
Posted: April 30, 2013 By: Susan Pesznecker
In this world of increasingly geo-manufactured Frankenseeds, every one of us magickal types should be growing some of our own food and herbs, even if it's a single plant in a single pot. Every... Read more
Posted: April 29, 2013 By: Boudica
Make today a special day to groom and treat your pet friends with special care. Whether they are in a fishbowl or are your fine feathered friend, make sure they are well groomed and tended. Take... Read more
Posted: April 28, 2013 By: Ember Grant
Flora was a Roman goddess of flowers - and sensuality. Some say she may have also been viewed as a goddess of springtime. Her celebration lasted until May 3rd and could be the origin of May Day... Read more
Posted: April 27, 2013 By: Peg Aloi
Saint Zita is the partron saint of housewives. Goddess equivalents include Vesta and Hestia, goddesses of the hearth and home. This is the day to honor your inner housewife. Reclaim this word for... Read more
Posted: April 26, 2013 By: Mickie Mueller
Call upon the queen of the Fae to bring out your inner beauty with this lovely lilac spell.
If the lilacs are in bloom in your area, place fresh lilacs in a vase; otherwise a lilac-scented candle... Read more
Posted: April 25, 2013 By: Emyme
Robigalia is the ancient feast day for the protection of crops. Unfortunately some rituals for this day (and many others) have fallen out of favor due to the unsavory inclusion of animal... Read more
Posted: April 24, 2013 By: Blake Octavian Blair
On this day in 1704, the first-ever regular newspaper in the United States, The Boston News-Letter, was published in Massachusetts. Today we take our easy access to regular news and information for... Read more
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