Spell A Day - Complete Listing
Posted: June 26, 2003 By: Therese Francis
Today is the birthday, in 1819, of Abner Doubleday, the guy who, according to legend and lore, invented the great American game of baseball. This a good day for group activities, such as this large... Read more
Posted: June 25, 2003 By: Elizabeth Barrette
Now summer is in full bloom. And wouldn’t you know it, fairies just love a flower garden! Their favorite plants include foxglove, bluebell, marigold, cowslip, snapdragon, and morning glory. You can... Read more
Posted: June 24, 2003 By: Robert Place
Today is the feast day of St. John the Baptist. John was the cousin of Jesus. He paved the way for his cousin by living in the wilderness where he preached and prophesied that a savior greater than... Read more
Posted: June 23, 2003 By: Magenta Griffith
Time to weed the garden? With the Moon waning, you can weed and do magic at the same time. Start by thinking about what you want to get rid of in your life, and perhaps in the world. Then, go into... Read more
Posted: June 22, 2003 By: Laurel Reufner
If you have an indoor basil plant that needs repotting, you can charge the basil to aid in your good health and digestive maintenance. To do so, set the pot on a sunny windowsill where you will be... Read more
Posted: June 21, 2003 By: Abby Willowroot
Today is one of the holiest days of the year. At first light, take a tall white or yellow candle and a short black candle outside; light them to symbolize the longest day and shortest night of the... Read more
Posted: June 20, 2003 By: James Kambos
This spell is based on a little-known solar ritual from the Aegean islands. Long ago on this evening before the Summer Solstice, hoops were set ablaze, and villagers would guide the Sun’s return by... Read more
Posted: June 19, 2003 By: Denise Dumars
The Egyptian goddesses Isis, Ma’at, and Taueret are used for their symbolism in this poetic meditation on the starry sky.
O hippo mother,
Crocodilian on your back
like a shawl
as you walk... Read more
Posted: June 18, 2003 By: Jenna Tigerheart
Use a sky blue cord or ribbon for a safe driving spell. With each phrase below, tie a knot in the cord:
By knot of one,
My spell’s begun.
By knot of two,
Destination is true.
By knot of three,... Read more
Posted: June 17, 2003 By: Lily Gardner-Butts
In this day in the Shinto faith, people adorn their houses and villages with lilies to protect them from disaster. Here in the West, it was believed that the first lily sprang from the breast milk of... Read more
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