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Since it is apple season and these special fruits are known to be otherworldly reservoirs of magical power, they can offer us assistance in important work such as healing or finding love. An apple, when cut through the middle, usually holds a natural pentacle of five points to hold its seeds. This is perhaps one of the reasons that the fruit is linked to witchcraft. In any event, a quick, effective spell to draw love requires only a single apple. Hold an apple with both hands and think of ...

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L’Shanah Tova! It’s Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Traditionally, it’s a time to forgive and be forgiven, to release old challenges and mistakes, and to bless the fresh new cycle ahead. A particularly magical Rosh Hashanah custom involves dipping apple slices in honey to fill the year with sweetness. The apple relates to health, as well as the feminine aspect of God, known as the Shekhinah. The honey symbolizes the sweet blessings we hope the Shekhinah will shower upon ...

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Friday is sacred to Venus, the Roman goddess of love, beauty, and seduction. Today, set aside a small space dedicated to this goddess of love, welcoming her powers into your life. Some items that symbolize Venus are seashells, rose quartz, mirrors, and sweet-smelling flowers. Gather these together in an esthetically pleasing way, and place a piece of chocolate in the center. Light a red candle in a holder on your shrine, and envision the type of love and beauty you’d like to manifest in ...

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When the moon is new, we’re sitting in the dark. What can we do in the dark? Remember that darkness is good. Babies grow in the darkness of the womb. Seeds germinate in the darkness under the ground. A new moon is a golden opportunity to begin something. Cast your circle in the dark and consider what you need to begin again. A term paper? A work project? Place the Queen of Pentacles from the Tarot on your altar and light at least one white candle in a holder. Gather some moonstones and ...

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According to Egyptian tradition, today is the birthday of Set, god of the desert. Set also oversees thunderstorms and upheavals. He stands guard over Ra's barge in the underworld. Though at times Set...
        
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