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Candles are used a great deal at this time of year for decorative purposes, but a candle flame can also be used to divine the future. For this ritual you’ll need three white candles. They should be the same size and shape. Arrange them on a table or altar so they form a triangle. Light them safely. Think of a yes-no question. Here’s how you read the flames. If all the flames burn steadily, the answer is yes. If one flame sparks or goes out, you’ll have an obstacle but ...

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To borrow from The Wizard of Oz, are you a flashy witch or a somber witch in your manner of dress? No matter your personal style, today is the day to be colorful! Be it top, bottom, accessories, shoes, or jewelry (or everything!), feel free to create the most extravagant ensemble possible. It is the run-up to Halloween, and all manner of accessories are available. The purple top with the orange belt? The pumpkin socks with red shoes? The fallingleaves scarf, cauldron pin, and wand earrings? ...

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August 29th was declared the International Day Against Nuclear Tests by the United Nations General Assembly in December 2009. It commemorates the August 29, 1991, closure of the world’s largest nuclear test facility in the former Soviet Republic of Kazakhstan. Today, practice peace with a simple meditation. Sit quietly in a comfortable position, and place your hands in the Dhyana mudra. A mudra is a hand position. Dhyana is one that Buddha is often pictured doing and brings tranquility and ...

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We are halfway through July and the bounty of the earth is everywhere. At the height of the summer, healthy foods are abundant. What are the fruits and vegetables growing in your particular part of the world? Many farms have “pick your own” sections, from the first to the last crop. Green beans, peas, and cherries are ripe and ready to be picked at this time of year, just to name a few. Perhaps you have planted a garden in your own yard—zucchini and tomatoes flourish in many climates. ...

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Today is Meteor Day. This holiday commemorates the famous Tunguska event of June 30, 1908, when a meteor exploded over Siberia, flattening a large area of forest. A number of people reported seeing...
        
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