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Burning herbs or incense is a great way to cleanse small amounts of residual negative energy from a space. In many ways, smudging is considered to be an act of energetic neutralization. To add an extra boost of protection to your home, smudge every room, drawer, and closet of your house. Walk in a deosil (clockwise) fashion in order to accomplish this. Sing a special song or recite an appropriate mantra while doing so. Afterward, choose four sticks of allnatural incense and do the same thing. ...

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It’s a fact of life that most Witches love animals—especially cats! Here’s a little spell for our feline companions. It’s common knowledge that animal overpopulation is a widespread global problem. This is why we choose to get our pets spayed and neutered. Many cats and dogs (as well as other animals) are in great need of loving homes. Research the ancient Egyptian goddess Bast (Bastet), and ensure that you have a representation of her, even if it’s just a ...

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Fertility isn’t only the conception of a child. It applies to any area of your life where you want to sow seeds and watch them grow, whether it’s a garden or a new project, or even when you’re ready for some selfimprovement. This spell encompasses all of that and more. You’ll need a candle (preferably white), something to light it with, and some sage or sage incense in a heatproof container or holder. Light the candle and say these words: Fire fleet and ...

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Ramadan, which begins tonight, is a holy month. With specific exceptions, people fast and avoid sinful behavior from dawn to sunset, then feast at night. They engage in prayer both day and night. Pagans are not cultural pirates. We do not steal other people’s observances and beliefs. But we can follow the Islamic tradition of doing charitable works, not just this month but all year. Send blessings of peace and good hope to our Muslim cousins and observe this holy month in your own way. ...

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Color of the day: White Incense of the day: Eucalyptus As winds turn cold, and darkness grows deep, you may wish to try ghost hunting. For this, get a candle lantern, a camera (preferably digital),...
        
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