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You Searched For:   Summer
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Color of the day:  White
Incense of the day:  Hyssop
 

For those of us who live in an area of the world blanketed in snow around this time of year, and even for those of us who feel that occasional rush of bitter cold during the first parts of the year, those moments when sunlight emerges feel like a blissful reconnection to a warmer time of year. To harness a little bit of this solar flare, acquire two pieces of citrine and wait for one of those sublime wintertime moments when you feel the sun reminding you of its imminent return. Focus your ...

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Color of the day:  Yellow
Incense of the day:  Heliotrope
 

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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Color of the day:  White
Incense of the day:  Marjoram
 

The ancient Greeks divided the seasons into spring, summer, and autumn. The three Horae (goddesses) watched over them in turn. Thallo brought the flowers of spring. Auxo increased the plant growth in summer. Carpo ripened the harvest in autumn, and then returned the land to rest until spring should come again. Here is an invocation for Carpo, suitable for a variety of autumn rituals: Blessed be, bringer of food,Cloud-keeper of autumn’s mood.All ripens and withers now:Garden, orchard, ...

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Color of the day:  Silver
Incense of the day:  Rosemary
 

In a temperate climate, spring and fall are typically the rainy times. Summer tends to be dry, while winter brings snow. That is no longer as reliable as it used to be. So here’s a spell to bring the autumn rains. To cast this spell, you’ll need some fresh colorful autumn leaves and some dry brown ones, plus a bowl of water. It’s easier to do this outdoors, but you can bring some leaves indoors if necessary. Dip a handful of fresh leaves into the bowl and sprinkle water in ...

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Color of the day: Ivory Incense of the day: Hyssop Today is Vasant Panchami-Saraswati Day. Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of learning and knowledge. Beloved of students and teachers, her image...
        
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