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Most witches and Pagans celebrate the summer solstice, but for some, the night before, known as Midsummer's Eve, is just as important. In certain European countries, like Sweden and Finland, it is actually a national holiday. It is said to be a time of magic, mischief, and mystery. Tonight, as the sun goes down, light a bonfire or sit with a candle in the growing darkness, and embrace the magic of the night. Open yourself up to the elemental powers of nature and, if you like, dance with the ...

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Happy spring equinox! It's a special feeling to realize that daytime and nighttime exist in equilibrium for but a moment, and only twice a year. The energy of balance is all around us at this time, waiting for us to utilize it beneficially. Today, day and night are of equal length. In the Northern Hemisphere, we now begin our ascent into the light half of the year. As a Neopagan archetype for the light half of the year, the Horned One has been known by numerous names over time and across ...

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As we near the Midsummer sabbat(summer solstice), this is an ideal time to connect with the subtle realm of faeries. If you haven't studied faerie lore or stories for a while, now would be a great time to brush up. When you feel the pull to infuse your energy with that of the unseen world, gather the herbs elder, clover, thyme, sandalwood, and rose (or any combination thereof ), and go to a sacred place in nature where you won't be disturbed. If you wish, wear sacred jewelry, glitter, and other ...

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We've just passed the summer solstice, which according to the astronomers is the beginning of summer but to those of us who really know is Midsummer, the high point (and hinge) of the season. Although the weather is likely to get hotter, we're on the downhill side of summer and the solstice energy is waning. This is a good time for cleaning and clearing. Whether you have a real (outdoor) garden or a large or small collection of potted plants, visit your garden today and clean it up. Find the ...

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Color of the day: White Incense of the day: Geranium In February, the quiet darkness of a midwinter night can be shattered by the yelping of a fox searching for a mate. Foxes do not hibernate and...
        
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