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There are times for righteous anger, but sometimes anger is unfounded or its time has passed. Lingering anger can be banished with this spell, which requires a bowl, a glass of water, and ten matches. Pour half the water into the bowl before you, then hold a match. Get in touch with your anger. Remember what stoked this emotion. When you really feel the anger, strike the match and watch it burn, bright and hot. Drop it into the bowl before it burns your fingers. Repeat this with the other ...

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Incense of the Day

Tonight is the full moon, conveniently occurring at a time when most people can catch it. This lunar phase lends power to many magical workings. One of those is divination. You can see things by the light of the full moon that are difficult or impossible to spot at any other time. For this spell you will need a bowl or a chalice that is black (or at least dark) on the inside. This makes it more reflective and aids in scrying. Fill the bowl with water and add a pinch of salt, preferably sea ...

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I live in a lakeside village, swim a lot, and enjoy backcountry kayaking and camping. Potable water is an issue when camping. I no longer take water for granted. When I purify water for backcountry consumption, I always pause to thank and bless the element of water. Nibi Wabo, the First Nations water blessing ceremony usually done on a February new moon, reminds us to give thanks to water in ceremony. When you brush your teeth, give thanks. When you drink tea or coffee, give thanks. When you ...

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With this charm in your pocket, your travels will be easier and safer. Add the following to a small drawstring bag or zippered pouch: * A smidgen of dirt from just outside your front door, wrapped in plastic wrap, to guide your footsteps home again* A penny or other coin offering (Leave this at your destination as payment for passage. You can also  flip the coin as a divination tool.)* Tiger eye, fluorite, and/or rosemary for protection* Obsidian for binding you to your home* Dried lemon ...

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Autumn is the time to plant spring-flowering bulbs. It is also the time to affirm your belief in the endless cycle of reincarnation. As you perform this ritual, think of the Greek goddess Demeter who...
       
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