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Goldenrod is a common weed that is easily found along roadsides and in fields in late summer. Its bright golden top makes it perfect for money and luck spells, and it looks pretty too. Gather a bundle of goldenrod, anywhere from five to ten stalks. Get a vase of an appropriate size and fill it with water. Find a sunny spot to sit in, and lay the goldenrod pieces in front of you. Pick up one stalk of goldenrod and hold it in the sunlight. The sun is like a golden coin beaming prosperous energy ...

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Take a summer walk today. But remember to protect yourself; don’t walk when the summer sun is high. (One of the sun’s least welcome gifts is melanoma.) Go out close to dawn or dusk for your walk. Can you discern any changes in the light? How is the sunlight today different from what it was in February or May? One of the gifts of light is shadow. As you walk, look at the shadows around you. What do they reveal? Look at the shadow you cast. Do you cast a long shadow, either literally ...

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Late summer is a good time to do a protection spell or to renew previous protection spells. This simple spell can be layered over existing wards to reinforce them. Gather these supplies:* A black candle in a holder* A small statue or picture of a dragon Sit where you won’t be disturbed for thirty minutes. Light the candle, saying: I ignite the dragon’s protectionfor my home, inside and out. Hold the statue or picture of the dragon. Close your eyes. Imagine protective energy ...

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One of the primary facets of my practice at this time of year is to work sympathetic magic aimed at cooling the heat of the sun so its intensity will not destroy the crops before they can be harvested and also because by this time, the summer heat has more than worn out its welcome. To work this magic, place an orange or red candle within a cauldron to symbolize the power of the sun. Next, carefully pour water in the cauldron around the candle so it can still burn. Light the candle and allow ...

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Epona is a Celtic goddess whose name comes from Gaul; she is also known as Macha in Ireland, and Rhiannon in Wales. She is the protector of horses, who were a central part of life in the British...
        
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