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In the country, where you can truly experience the season, a sweet serenity settles over the land now. The harvest is underway, and nature begins to relax. This is also a good time for you to experience a little serenity. Perform this spell outside in the evening. If that’s not possible, perform it at your altar. You’ll need a calming herb, such as lavender, fresh or dried. Sit on the ground or floor. Inhale the herb’s scent and say: Earth spirit, serenity hassettled over ...

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Mercury is finally out of its storm, and things should start moving forward again. To celebrate this, here’s a spell to get communication going smoothly again between you and a loved one. You’ll need a pen and paper, a needle with yellow thread, and a photo of yourself. Write your loved one’s name on the paper, and draw a circle around it. Thread the needle and sew the person’s name to your photo. Communication between the two of you should start to open up shortly, and ...

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It’s eclipse day and a great time to deal with your less desirable habits. Everyone has them. They’re nothing to be ashamed of, but you can’t let them rule you. You’ll need a piece of chalk, a piece of black paper, a piece of white paper, and some string. Using the chalk, write on the black paper one thing you wish to change about yourself, something that you’ve kept hidden but really wish to work on. You can’t fix it if it stays buried. You don’t have ...

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The language of flowers reached its greatest popularity during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837– 1901), when social conventions prevented polite people from saying what they really meant. So they used flowers, among other things, to speak for them. Every flower has a meaning. Learn the language of flowers, herbs, and spices. Here are some examples:* Dandelion means “oracle.”* Ivy means “fidelity.”* Jasmine means “grace and elegance.”* Iris means ...

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Today is the ancient Roman festival of Mercuralia, honoring the god Mercury, who ruled over travel, communication, and commerce. On this day, it was traditional to sprinkle one's head, ships, and...
        
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