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In many places, November is gloomy and chilly. Today’s a good day to stay indoors and cozy up with your beloveds, both human and feline or canine. Read a good book to them. Le Petit Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, is supposed to be a children’s story. Le renard, the fox, asks the little prince to “tame” (make friends with) him. The fox gives the little prince (and us) an important life lesson when he says, On ne voit bien qu’avec le coeur. ...

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Pagans seem to think that the word soul is the private property of the standard-brand religions. For a thousand years, however, soul, which is not a Latin word and comes from the Teutonic sáwl and the Gothic saiwala, has meant “the principle of life in humans or animals.” Linguists tell us that in English the most basic words are the Anglo-Saxon ones; soul is thus an idea basic to our knowledge of ourselves. Although All Souls’ Day was created to bring the dead through ...

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This Samhain night is also a blue moon, which is the second full moon of any month. Gather your circle for a Samhain blue moon ritual tonight. Prepare tokens that symbolize good fortune. (If you plan far enough ahead, you can collect wishbones and paint them with blue glitter.) Ask your priestess du jour to dress like the Blue Fairy in Disney’s Pinocchio and lead everyone in a meditation to find out what wishes their hearts make. At the end of the meditation, the Blue Fairy can give ...

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Sukkot, which ends today, is a harvest festival that dates back to the books of Exodus and Leviticus. Today is also the traditional Germanic Winter’s Day, for in October the energetic tides of the dark night of the year are getting noticeably stronger. Today is a good day to think about what you might do with your winter. Place symbols of harvest (perhaps a mini-ear of corn or some wheat) and winter (a crone goddess, amethyst, onyx) on the north side of your altar. Recite this ...

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Color of the day: White Incense of the day: Neroli How you wear shoes and where and when you take them off can spell anything from prosperity to pregnancy to a death in the family-or so says an old...
        
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