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Saint Andrew's Eve

Color of the day:  Orange
Incense of the day:  Hyacinth
 
In many parts of Europe, this is a night for fortunetelling-dripping hot wax into a bowl of cold water, reading tea leaves, even interpreting the shapes of shadows. Yet in some areas, like Romania, this was once considered a night of fearsome activity, when corpses could return from the grave to haunt their relatives. Use this night to practice the divination technique of your choice, or perhaps try a new one. Maybe even reach out to the spirits of your ancestors, if you desire. Chant:

"Drawing from the days of old,
Fortunes that would be foretold.
Lend your power to this night,
Grant me wisdom, give me sight."
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