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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

From time to time, we all get bogged down in our jobs, hobbies, or spellwork. For an extra creative push, safely light a candle. For this time of year, as we move away from Samhain and toward Yule, choose a candle with an aroma that is a combination of orange spicy and red peppermint. There are times when candles are not an option. One solution is heated plug-ins, which offer just as many seasonal scents. Yet even they can be a problem in places where no flame or heat is allowed. In that case, ...

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Color of the Day
Incense of the Day

They’re chartreuse-colored and spiky. They look like something from a children’s storybook. Folk magick manuals say they’re used in love and prosperity spells. Grown-ups have childhood memories of drilling holes in them and playing games with them, and squirrels devour and bury them with glee. At Yule and Christmastime, a favorite song about roasting them over an open fire plays over and over again. The mighty chestnut, how we adore thee! For this spell you will need three ...

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With winter comes snow, and with snow come snow fairies. We have all heard of Jack Frost, but there are many more spirits who deal in ice crystals. They ride the freezing winds of winter to leave frost on the windowpanes. They ice over the lakes and fill the cloudy sky with snowflakes. To make friends with the snow fairies, collect things that attract them. They love the colors white, silver, and blue. They like crystals and mirrors. Ribbons and bells are also good. You can use snowflake ...

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Incense of the Day

As stated in Doreen Valiente’s classic Wiccan Rede, “When the moon rides at her peak, then your heart’s desire seek.” Now that the sun is beginning to return to earth following the winter solstice, it’s a good time to weave your wishes into reality. If you live in a snowy or cold area of the world, it may feel like the sun will never return. But have no fear: the seasons always change, and we grow both older and wiser with the passing of each year. In many ...

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With origins in ancient Near East Mesopotamia, hamsa comes from the word khamsa, meaning "five," as in five fingers. Hamsa is the image of the open right hand and is a symbol of the divine feminine....
       
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