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109 Spells matching the incense Clary sage
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March is named in honor of the Roman god Mars. He is the god of war, but originally he was the god of agriculture and abundance. This ritual honors his agricultural aspect and helps us to be mindful of where our food comes from. You’ll need four small candles in various colors of your choice, one for each season. You’ll also need a small saucer of soil and one penny. Place the saucer of soil on your altar, and arrange the candles around the saucer in holders. Light them, then ...

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Today we celebrate the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Go to YouTube and listen to his “I Have a Dream” speech, which he delivered on August 28, 1963, during the March on Washington. What dream do you have? Cast your circle and set up your altar with four green candles in holders and symbols of what can make your dream come true. Light the candles, call in the four quarters, and invoke the god or goddess who can send the elements of your dream to you. Speak this invocation:I ...

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During the holidays, everything cranks up to a higher intensity. For extroverts, this is a ton of fun, but for introverts, not so much. Some people with special needs also feel pressured. That can slop a lot of unpleasant energy over your personal space. Happily, you can help keep the holidays fun for your friends and family. First, encourage people to leave their crud at the door. In mundane space, use a doormat and a “Please wipe your feet” sign; clean the mat frequently. In ...

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This spell takes an everyday mundane activity and transforms it into a spell for blessing our words and speech. The devil referenced here is the “man in black” or priest of the Horned God, who represents the divine and primal presence within all witches. For this spell you will need your toothbrush and some toothpaste and some essential oil(s) of your choosing (tea tree, peppermint, and/or cinnamon are all good choices). Ground and center. Apply toothpaste to your toothbrush and ...

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Color of the day: Yellow Incense of the day: Coriander Each year of the Chinese calendar is represented by an animal. This is the year of the rooster, the cocky king of the barnyard who exudes...
        
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