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Color of the day:  Blue
Incense of the day:  Sage
 

It’s the birthday of Aldo Leopold, American ecologist and author born in 1887. Honor his legacy and strengthen your own magics with a charm for Earth and home protection. You’ll need a piece of natural material (round or square) about six inches across. Neutral-colored cotton or linen cloth, leather, or a piece of birch bark would work well. Use a pen or marker to inscribe a pentagram in the center of the material. Place a combination of the following protective herbs on the ...

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Color of the day:  White
Incense of the day:  Basil
 

Inspired by Leland’s Aradia, this spell can be used to bless the home for the coming year. It is appropriate to make this charm to give as a gift, for to receive one in such a manner is said to bring the added blessing of a prosperous and joyful life. You will need:• 3 lengths of ribbon: green, purple, and red• Several pins with colored heads (except for black)• A lemon Braid the ribbons together, saying:Health and power,Prosperity,Love, sex, and creativity. Repeat the ...

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Color of the day:  White
Incense of the day:  Marjoram
 

Thinking of planning a vacation? Today is Wednesday and a brand-new waxing moon—a perfect day to cast a spell to help manifest your dream holiday. Hermes is the Greek god of transition, travel, and crossing boundaries, and is said to be able to move freely between this world and the afterlife. A symbol of Hermes is the winged sandal: what better image to symbolize you taking flight on a holiday than that? For this spell you will need some yellow felt and thread, a feather, and a small ...

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Color of the day:  Silver
Incense of the day:  Rosemary
 

Earrings with bells are of ancient origin. The Kashmir Valley inhabitants of northwestern India date them back to the third-century- BCE Indus River, and they still believe that these jhumka bobbles are sacred to the goddess Parvati. Evocative of Shakti, the force of sound and creation, they symbolize the Himalayan divine creatrix of all life. Anointing and wearing these charms on days when compassion, understanding, and listening are your goals will bring you success. Acquire a pair of jhumka ...

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To create a Moon garden in even the smallest apartment, create a special area with pots on a terrace or window ledge. (You can also do this in your garden, if you have one.) In the center of this...
        
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