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Now is the perfect time to raid the craft store for discounted holiday items, one of which is jingle bells. These are available in many colors and sizes. For this protection amulet, you’ll need three small jingle bells (about the size of a large berry) in the color of your choice, along with a piece of black ribbon that can be tied around your wrist or ankle. Gather the bells and ribbon in a quiet spot where you won’t be disturbed. Hold one bell in your hand and say:This one ...

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Here’s a spell to help keep your holiday spending under control. You’ll need a dollar bill, a cinnamon stick, and some gray ribbon or yarn. You’ll also need about two days for this spell to begin working. First, select a night and hide the dollar bill outside your front door. The next morning, bring it in and wrap it around the cinnamon stick. Secure the dollar to the cinnamon stick by tying it into place using the ribbon or yarn; tie it in a knot. Next—this is ...

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Autumn is a season of shift between summer and winter, and nowhere is it easier to see this than in the changes in foliage. Let’s use these ideas to help manifest something new this autumn. Bundle up and go out for a walk. Watch for leaves, looking for those that speak to you. You can approach this as a kind of divination, looking for a leaf that you feel comes with a message, or as a search for a leaf to carry your intention and see it through. Consider that golden leaves could signify ...

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This is the feast day of an obscure saint from Great Britain, Saint Keyne. She’s best remembered for her holy enchanted well in England. Wells are magical places. They’re portals to the earth and to the underworld. This spell will help rid you of a problem. First, select a stone you like and hold it tightly. Think of your problem. Walk around a well three times while chanting this charm three times: The problem I carry with me today,I forbid to stay.Go, I demand, be on your ...

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Color of the day: Yellow Incense of the day: Almond St. Hilary was said to have been a happily married man, and his feast day marks the traditional beginning of the wedding season. Using St....
        
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