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78 Spells matching the incense Balsam
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Color of the Day
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February can be the longest month of the year due to the cold and lack of sunlight. This incense is designed to warm the soul and provide some positive energy during an often bleak time of year. The incense uses things readily available in most homes, but you’ll need a small piece of charcoal designed to burn incense on. For your incense, mix and grind together any combination of the following ingredients: orange zest, clove, dried lavender, spearmint, basil, rosemary, vanilla bean, ...

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Color of the Day
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Depending on where you live, the water element might be manifesting itself as rain, snow, or fog at this time of year. Or you might live someplace where water is scarce. But no matter where you are, you can do this simple water magic. If it is precipitating outside in any form, set out a bowl to catch it. Otherwise, just use tap water, which came from the sky and the ground somewhere. Sit in a quiet room and scoop up a little water on your fingertips. Anoint first the top of your head, then ...

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Apples are a most magical fruit. Perform this spell in September, when apples are at their peak. Go where apples grow, and select a fruit still upon the tree. The color of crimson red it should be. While you hold your wish in your thoughts, Wash it clean of all specks and spots. Cut your magical fruit in half, and eat one half before bed. On paper, write your wish in ink of red. Set your wish and other apple half upon your windowsill. Before retiring, into the apple project your ...

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Like the year and the moon, our lives move through seasons and phases. August opens with Lammas, traditionally the time of the first harvest. We learned in our Pagan 101 classes that we celebrate the full moon by metaphorically harvesting what we have metaphorically planted. So what’s your crop at half past August? How’s your life coming along? Consider this: wherever you are today, your life is full today. Alone or with your coven, cast your customary full-moon circle with white candles ...

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Today is the Fontinalia, sacred to Fontus, the Roman deity of fountains and springs. What might Fontus think of the condition of the water today? The present state of industrial pollution,...
        
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