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Color of the day:  Purple
Incense of the day:  Apricot
 

We are halfway through July and the bounty of the earth is everywhere. At the height of the summer, healthy foods are abundant. What are the fruits and vegetables growing in your particular part of the world? Many farms have “pick your own” sections, from the first to the last crop. Green beans, peas, and cherries are ripe and ready to be picked at this time of year, just to name a few. Perhaps you have planted a garden in your own yard—zucchini and tomatoes flourish in many climates. ...

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Color of the day:  Indigo
Incense of the day:  Sandalwood
 

A dandelion is an original potherb, which is an old name for "vegetable." European immigrants who weren't sure of what type of food might be here when they arrived brought dandelions to the United States. A dandelion is a complete source of nutrition. Dandelion leaves are high in minerals and vitamins and can be used in salads or eaten raw. A dandelion root cleaned, roasted, and ground is a good coffee substitute. There is also the famous dandelion wine, for which recipes can be found with a ...

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Color of the day:  Orange
Incense of the day:  Heliotrope
 

Use this spell to bless and protect your Book of Shadows, keeping it a safe and secure place to record your thoughts, secrets, spells, and recipes. These books often take the form of personal journals for some people, and they deserve to be well cared for. It doesn't matter if your "book" is a journal, a binder, or even a digital file. Place the book (in whatever form it takes) on your altar with a candle on each side. Be careful not to singe the edges or melt it. Visualize your book as a ...

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Color of the day:  Gray
Incense of the day:  Hyssop
 

Scorpio energy is intense-not unlike Isabella, the heroine of John Keats's poem "The Pot of Basil." Isabella keeps her passion alive by burying the head of her murdered lover in a pot of basil, a lusty plant. Draw on Scorpio's brooding intensity and basil's power of passion by growing a pot of basil for magical use. Before you plant your basil, cleanse and charge a piece of rose quartz (heart-shaped, if possible). Put some soil in the base of the pot, then nestle in the rose quartz with these ...

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Color of the day: Yellow Incense of the day: Cedar At this time we are in the Celtic Moon month of the Alder Moon. As a waxing Moon close to the Spring Equinox, this period is an ideal time to focus...
        
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