Spell A Day - Complete Listing
Posted: October 01, 2014 By: Mickie Mueller
Sometimes we give our power away because at the time it seems easier than rocking the boat. Sometimes shock, injury, or sorrow can chip away at the bright, shining pieces of your spirit, but that... Read more
Posted: September 30, 2014 By: Dallas Jennifer Cobb
Today is Saint Jerome’s Day, celebrated by the Pueblo people. Saint Jerome was a priest, linguist, hermit, translator, Bible scholar, and hospice administrator.
Today, celebrate the many roles you... Read more
Posted: September 29, 2014 By: Emyme
Coffee! That magickal, mystical, stimulating, delicious elixir so many of us cannot do without every morning. There is more to the growing, manufacture, distribution, preparation, and consuming of... Read more
Posted: September 28, 2014 By: Susan Pesznecker
That salt is such a valuable product is shown by the myriad expressions and folklore than surround it. If we “take something with a grain of salt,” we remain skeptical, harkening to ancient healing... Read more
Posted: September 27, 2014 By: Blake Octavian Blair
In many Santerian traditions, Saturday is the day of the orisha Yemaya. Her sacred number is seven, thus it is no coincidence that she is honored on the seventh day of the week. Yemaya, queen of the... Read more
Posted: September 26, 2014 By: Elizabeth Barrette
Today is Johnny Appleseed Day. It commemorates the work of John Chapman, a nurseryman who traveled west, planting apple trees and selling saplings to other settlers along the way. Although he... Read more
Posted: September 25, 2014 By: Michael Furie
Since autumn is when many of the energies of the plants withdraw back into the earth, as She prepares for the rest that winter brings, I like to concentrate more on using stones and roots in magic... Read more
Posted: September 24, 2014 By: Mickie Mueller
The new moon is a great time for looking inward. This quiet spell welcomes in the nature spirits of autumn as you to ponder the mysteries of the changing seasons.
Fill your tub with warm water and... Read more
Posted: September 23, 2014 By: Tess Whitehurst
Those who number themselves among the bisexual population of the world still often feel marginalized and misunderstood, not only by many in the straight community, but also in some ways by the LGBT... Read more
Posted: September 22, 2014 By: James Kambos
Mabon honors the dual nature of life and death—darkness and light. It is a sabbat that combines sadness and celebration. We mourn the passing of the Great Son (Mabon), but also celebrate the bounty... Read more
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