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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

Here, we’ll combine a classic fall craft with a little abundance magic. You’ll need string, some pine cones, peanut butter, a spreading utensil of some kind, birdseed, and a plate. Begin by tying a loop of string to the end of a pine cone—make it as long as you need to in order to hang your finished treat from an outdoor tree or plant hook! Next, use a butter knife or spoon to spread peanut butter generously on the pine cone. Be sure to get it into the crevices! Pour birdseed ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

We are in the midst of the harvest season, which is a perfect time to work on magic for prosperity and abundance. You can use this simple spell at any time, but it is especially nice if you can do it either at noon in a patch of sunshine or during the full moon. Take a pretty bowl and fill it with fresh fruits and/or vegetables. Make sure they are practically spilling out, to represent the abundance of the season. Place your hands around the sides of the bowl and feel all that fabulous energy. ...

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Incense of the Day

Bury a penny either in the ground or in a potted plant (if that’s all you have available). If possible, find a penny minted in the year you were born. Say these words as you bury it: I know that it’s worth farmore than a cent.I offer the earth this coin with intent. Visualize the prosperity you need to reach your goals and be successful. ...

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Incense of the Day

Different berries have various magickal associations, just like flowers and herbs do. This means you can eat the berries on their own and bring their qualities into your life, or you can consume them year-round in the form of delicious jam. You can make your own jam or buy it readymade at the grocery store or farmers’ market. Toast a piece of bread with your breakfast. Using a spoon, place the jam onto the toast in a shape representing what you’d like to attract that day, such as a ...

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In the ancient Roman culture, Terminalia was celebrated on this date, honoring the god Terminus, who ruled over boundaries and frontiers. Romans would pour libations on their stone boundary-markers...
       
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