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Sabago is the Spanish word for Saturday, which is today. It is derived from sabbath, or day of rest. Generally we keep busy as Witches. Today, I invite you to experience pure, unadulterated rest for the entire day. Begin your day like this: Clear your calendar. Reschedule appointments if you must. Grab your favorite CD or tune in to your most peaceful playlist. Light blue candles (for peace and relaxation) in the bathroom. Drop some pink rose petals and rose oil into the tub. Undress and ...

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In the Celtic ogham, trees are celebrated and revered. This is the end of Reed Month on the Celtic tree calendar. Reed (a tree-like plant) grows in and near the water of wetlands and gracefully yields to the ebb and flow of tides and winds. It’s a purifying and clarifying plant that is useful on vision quests, as it provides direction. For this vision quest, obtain some Celtic music featuring wind instruments made from reeds, such as flutes. Play the reed music, letting its haunting ...

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Last spring we pushed the clocks forward an hour. Over the summer months this gave us more time for our crops and magickal work in the sunlight. This period ends today, as we prepare to fall back—by turning the clocks back an hour. Go outside or near a window (depending on the weather) to reflect. Sit in a comfortable position on the ground or floor, preferably. Breathe slowly and evenly. Focus your eyes softly inward, to the center of your forehead. Visualize the warmth of the sunlight ...

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In Hoodoo, there are many spells (also referred to as tricks or jobs) related to career issues. One of the herbs (a tuber) used for this area of magick is called Little John to Chew, or simply Little John. The botanical name is Alpinia galanga, and it is also called greater galangal. Little John resembles ginger in taste, medicinal qualities, and structure. It calms the stomach, deodorizes the mouth and body, soothes frazzled nerves, and, most importantly here, appeals to your boss, for today ...

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We're still in the year's darkest months, and the night can be full of bumps and chills. Protect yourself from disturbances with a charm for peaceful sleep. Make a simple drawstring bag by sewing a...
        
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