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Saturn entered the sign of Aquarius recently, which means that for the next 2.5 years, we will be working on improving our ability to be heard and feel understood. We can cast this spell to bring a little harmony to this placement! Gather these items:* Honey* A plate* A bowl* About 12 ounces of fresh water in a glass Using the honey, draw the astrological glyphs of both Saturn (R) and Aquarius (k) on the plate. Position the plate over the bowl, then slowly pour the water from the glass over ...

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For the past four years, our national parks, our waters, even the air we breathe have been in peril as protective measures have been erased from our laws. What will remain for future generations? Is our nation turning into a dystopia? It’s time to do both practical work and protective spellwork. First, we can donate to organizations like the Sierra Club, Greenpeace, and Friends of the Earth. Second, we can do volunteer work with local environmental groups. Third, we can work at our ...

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The language of flowers reached its greatest popularity during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837– 1901), when social conventions prevented polite people from saying what they really meant. So they used flowers, among other things, to speak for them. Every flower has a meaning. Learn the language of flowers, herbs, and spices. Here are some examples:* Dandelion means “oracle.”* Ivy means “fidelity.”* Jasmine means “grace and elegance.”* Iris means ...

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In his novel Candide, or Optimism, the French author Voltaire sends his hero through all kinds of disasters. Candide’s teacher, Dr. Pangloss, keeps telling him it’s all for the best in this best of all possible worlds. That wasn’t true in 1756, when the novel was published, nor is it true today. What can we do to help make this struggling planet a better world for all men and women? What Candide eventually learns is that “when man was first placed in the Garden of Eden, ...

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Named after Eostre, the great mother goddess of the Northern European Saxons, and Eostra, or Ostara, the Teutonic goddess of fertility, Easter is the day to celebrate the resurrection of the earth's...
        
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