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With only forty more days until Christmas Eve, we are approaching peak holiday shopping season. This year, consider giving earth-based holiday gifts. For family and friends who travel the same spiritual path, gift them with ingredients and spells packed in decorated tins, bottles, and jars. For those who follow a different path, gift them with ingredients for baking or cooking, along with recipes, all packed in festive reusable containers. Let your creativity flow! If you have always created ...

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It’s squash season! Zucchini and yellow squash are overflowing in grocery stores and farmers’ markets. Here is a simple recipe to enjoy the abundance of squash season. You will need:* 3 yellow squash* 3 zucchini* 1 red bell pepper* 1 tomato* 1 tablespoon olive oil* Seasonings of your choice (I like to use Italian seasoning, celery seed, pepper, and sea salt.) Heat an oven to 350 degrees F. While the oven is heating, slice all the vegetables. Place them in a bowl and add the olive ...

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A great way to augment the power of your magical record keeping or journaling is by making your own inks. Not only is this a fun way to get crafty, but it’s also relatively easy! For this recipe, you’ll need a mortar and pestle, a bowl, a piece of cheesecloth, one teaspoon white vinegar, a funnel (optional), and a clear, clean jar. You’ll also need to collect two cups of berries. I love pokeweed for this because it’s a common wild plant, growing in most regions of the ...

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Many recipes designed to treat the hands and wrists for hot flashes have survived, from Mrs. Beeton’s to Taoist medical teas. This particular one is a personal favorite. It works within fifteen to thirty seconds on most folks and will prevent heat stroke. Although soaking your hands a few times a day in ice cubes can be tedious, it is better than being drenched in sweat or dehydrated all day on account of nature and her wonderful little hormonal and weather- driven nuances. This recipe is ...

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A quaint newspaper article from June 4, 1953, heralded this day as "Old Maid's Day" in honor of all unmarried women over the age of thirty. We've come a long way. In the modern triumvirate of maiden/...
       
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