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You Searched For:   Winter
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When Witches think about “drawing,” we often think of invocation, such as Wicca’s poetic “Drawing Down the Moon” written by Doreen Valiente. For this spell, we will actually be drawing with pencils, pens, markers, paints, or whatever suits your fancy. Winter is renowned to be a time when faeries and Upper World spirits interact with those on the mortal plane. Go outside to a place where you can sit comfortably. Make an offering to the fae, such as cookies, milk, ...

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Early winter is the holiday season. Many cultures feature major holidays at this time: some fixed, like Christmas, some based on astronomical events, like Yule, and others more variable, like Hanukkah. If you have friends from many traditions, you could wind up celebrating all month long. This creates a sense of holiday spirit. Sometimes all the excitement can get exhausting, though. Here is an invocation for the Holiday Spirit to help you through this time. You will need a symbol of your ...

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During the winter months I spend more time at my writing desk, where many magical parts of me come together. Today, let us bless our desks. Clear the desktop and wipe it down with a damp cloth. Say: May water bless this desk with fluidity. Gently stir the air over the desk as you say: May air bless this desk with new beginnings, the birth of ideas, and the joy of creation. Set a lamp and your computer on the desk and say: May fire bless me with clarity, vision, and connectivity. Place a ...

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We’re well into autumn, and winter is just around the corner. It’s the season for wintering in, when country folk would prepare for winter, gathering what they needed to get through the cold months until the storms stopped and the light returned. Carry out your own wintering in ritual to help you get through the dark months. You’ll need a favorite mug, your choice of hot beverage, a favorite book, warm mittens, and a white, gray, or dark blue candle in a holder. Bring ...

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Even though the harvest season is starting to wind down, now is the time to give thanks for everything that has come in so far. Mabon is just around the corner and is known as the second harvest. Be...
       
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