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With the new calendar barely op ened, now is a great time to start thinking about the coming spring and what we wish to plant for harvest later this year, both in our gardens and in our lives. Take some time and think about all the things you’d like to accomplish this year. Dream big! Then, on small, brightly colored pieces of paper that correlate with each goal (for example, you might associate green with money), write some keywords for each goal. Then fold the papers up tightly, ...

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On this day in 1947, Aleister Crowley, one of the greatest occult minds of the twentieth century, died. Today we remember him by celebrating his works and contributions to the craft and by holding a small vigil in his honor. We do this by lighting a red candle in the west, which has his name inscribed into the sides. Light the candle and chant his name several times until you feel a calmness fill the space around you. Then recite this piece from his poem “In Memoriam,” from his 1898 ...

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Being witchy means being crafty, but what does one do with magickal leftovers from dolls, spells, and petition papers? How about storing them in a magickal bucket? Many craft stores sell plastic buckets, which come in all sizes and shapes. Pick one that suits you. Have fun decorating it with witchy signs and symbols. When you have remnants from your workings, such as herbs, candle wax, papers, or hair, drop them in your magickal bucket. Once your bucket is full, dig a hole on a dark witchy ...

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Today is the first day of September. The wheel has turned and autumn is not far behind. Perhaps where you live, trees are beginning to change color or squirrels are starting to bury winter stocks in the ground. September is a month of change. Take a moment to reflect on the days of summer. How was your summer? Did you take a vacation, go anywhere special, or make any new friends? Was your summer a particularly hard one? Did you experience trials and tribulations? Did life cause you to grow ...

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Color of the day: Green Incense of the day: Apricot Before human or beast walked our Earth, the wild grasses were growing and they were already ancient. Grass provides our planet with life-giving...
        
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