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You Searched For:   Candlemas
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In the Northern Hemisphere, the seasonal powers are about to move through the door of the quickening, also known as Imbolc, Brighid, and Candlemas. Even if you are not in the Northern Hemisphere, this spell will work at any time of the year, or you could wait for August in the Southern Hemisphere. Take a white candle and a dark ceramic bowl. Ground, center, and align yourself. Drop more deeply into your breath and begin to rock or sway back and forth or side to side. Feel the rhythm of the ...

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On Candlemas (the Christian holiday that coincides with Imbolc), candles were blessed in order to cleanse them and fill them with positivity. Draw upon this old tradition to clear stagnation and cleanse your spirit. Gather up any old, half-burned or forgotten candles you may have lying around. If you gather fewer than eight, obtain as many new ones as necessary to reach this number, or collect old, unwanted ones from friends. (More than eight is totally fine.) Ask the Goddess to bless each ...

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The snowdrop is a garden flower associated with the winter months, and also with our last sabbat, Imbolc. Another name for the snowdrop is Candlemas Bells. It's astrological correspondence is the planet Saturn. I have always assigned the element of Earth to this little beatuy. In the language of flowers, the snowdrop promises consolation, and it brings hope during the colest and bleakest time of year. Since Saturday is linked to Saturn's energy, let's work a little flower fascination with ...

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Color of the day: Brown Incense of the day: Sage February 14 has become a night of forced and unromantic romance. This year, take it back and make it yours. Today in 1824, Ladies' Garland, the first newspaper addressing the interests of women, was published in the U.S. Today in 1912, Arizona became the forty-eighth state. It's the eve of Lupercalia, the Roman festival of the she-wolf, a day of purification and fertility. It was also the "Old Candlemass" in many traditions, before Candlemass ...

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The Roman goddess Libertas became Lady Liberty during the American and French Revolutions and is the subject of numerous nineteenth-century paintings. Her most famous incarnations are the bronze...
        
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