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With your partner or lover, place the following on a small swatch of red cloth: * A cinnamon stick (for sexual heat)* Rose petals (for love)* A small piece of magnetite (for attraction)* An acorn (in honor of the god Pan)* A small pearl (in honor of the goddess Aphrodite) Tie the red cloth closed with a piece of red string, then seal with wax from a lit candle and anoint with ylang-ylang oil. Together with your partner, charge the magickal pouch by simultaneously holding it in your power ...

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Many Witches associate Samhain/Halloween with ancestors and lost loved ones, but such rites can be practiced at any time of year. Most years on September 11, I think a great deal about my family and those I’ve lost over the years. Reaching out to loved ones who have moved beyond the veil is not complicated and can be done whenever you need their guidance or presence. Place a picture of your deceased loved one on your altar (or write their name on a piece of paper), and place something ...

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Draw or buy a small picture of a five-pointed star (pentagram) and place it on an easily accessible part of your car’s dashboard, with the single point facing upward. After it’s in place, trace your finger along the star and visualize yourself driving free of distractions, accidents, and heavy traffic. When you encounter horrible traffic, dangerous weather conditions, road construction, or delays, touch the pentacle and say: Safe and quick this trip shall be,Clear and pleasant ...

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Take a cauldron or bowl (representing the future mother’s womb) and fill it with clean water, along with essential oils associated with protection (such as frankincense or cedarwood). To the water, add the energies of the elements via a symbol or token for each of them (such as air/feather, earth/stone, fire/ash, and water/seashell), along with symbols that to you and the mother are representative of possibility, health, and safety. Finally, add a seed to the bowl (to represent the ...

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March 7, 1965, was "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, Alabama, a key date in the Civil Rights movement. Use today to work toward justice through peaceful means. The Justice tarot card is ideal for this...
        
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