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This year, try writing your New Year's resolutions in dragon's blood ink on a square piece of parchment paper. This ink is traditionally used for spells involving strength and power. Then, upon the paper sprinkle a bit of dried mugwort, and roll it into a tube and secure it in the center with a red ribbon. Anoint a new white candle with bergamot oil as you state your resolutions aloud. Light the candle and then use its flame to set fire to the rolled-up parchment. Cast the parchment into a ...

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For good luck to smile upon you throughout the coming year, light a Yule-candle (a large mold-candle decked with evergreens) on Christmas or Christmas Eve. Recite the following incantation: "Candle of Yule with flame bright, you shall burn through this night. Bring us fortune and luck fair all through the coming year. So mote it be." Allow the Yule-candle to burn, undisturbed, until sunrise of December 26. A safe place to keep a burning Yule-candle overnight is either in the bathtub or kitchen ...

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With a consecrated ritual dagger, ceremonially cut a piece of mistletoe at sunrise on winter solstice. As you do this, recite thrice the following incantation: "Golden bough and Witch's broom, thy sacred names are spoken. By dagger's blade I conjure thee to see all bad luck broken. Harming none, this spell is done. By law of three, so mote it be!" Hang the white-berried plant over the front door of your house to bring good luck to all who dwell within. Mistletoe, which was sacred to the druids ...

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To find out which of two unmarried maidens will be the first to marry, have each take hold of the same wishbone and together break it into two pieces while saying: "Bone, I wish the future read. Who shall be the first to wed?" The girl who receives the bigger of the two pieces will walk down the aisle before the other. This old method of marriage divination is English in origin and dates back at least to the Middle Ages. Deriving from it is our popular Thanksgiving custom of two persons making ...

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Want to gain control of your finances? Try this: Light a green candle and set it nearby. Sort through some play money, pulling out the larger bills. Holding the money in your hands, visualize real...
       
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