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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

In honor of April Fools’ Day, here’s an affirmation to guard against falling for illusions and being tricked. Light a white candle in a clear glass container and place it on a small mirror. Gaze upon the candle and chant: I can read between the lines.I can see what isn’t shown.I will not be tricked or fooled.I will learn what isn’t known. Allow the candle to burn out safely. Carry the mirror with you. ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

For this spell you’ll need three almonds, preferably raw ones. Wrap the almonds in a dollar bill and tape the ends closed so you have a tube. Carry it with you for seven full days and put it in your pillow case each night. On the morning of the eighth day, open the tube. On this day you must bury the three almonds and spend the dollar. As you bury the almonds (preferably in your yard or in a potted plant), visualize planting seeds of prosperity that will expand and return to you. Say ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Many of us receive and pay bills electronically now, so use a sheet of paper for this spell if necessary to represent a bill you’re having trouble paying off. Write the name of the bill on the paper. Of course, if you have a paper bill or statement, use that. Light a candle in a large heatproof dish or cauldron and carefully pass the blades of a pair of scissors through the fire several times. Visualize the blades becoming empowered with the element of fire. Then cut the paper (or bill) ...

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Color of the Day
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On this day, ancient Rome had a festival called Feralia that was somewhat like the Day of the Dead. This marked the end of the nine-day festival Parentalia. It was a traditional time to honor one’s ancestors and pay homage to them. Ferre means “to carry” or “to ferry,” as in ferrying the dead across the river to the underworld. According to Ovid, people would visit tombs with offerings to appease the ghosts. Gifts included flowers, wine-soaked pieces of bread, ...

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Take several pieces of paper, and at the top of each one, list the name of a friend, lover, family member, or other person you hold dear. Under each person's name, write a list of all the things you...
        
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