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164 Spells matching the incense Ginger
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As the nights get longer, it’s important to remember the light and bring it into your home. Acquire a tall white pillar candle. If it’s one that is already in glass, grab a marker to write on the glass with. If it’s an all-wax candle, find a safe holder for it, and you can write directly into the wax, using a toothpick or ballpoint pen. Make six asterisks (*) around the sides of the candle, plus one large asterisk across the top, with the wick at the center. Light the candle ...

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Put together a miniature “brave kit” so you’ll always be prepared to deal with frightening or malevolent forces. You’ll need:* A small hinged tin (the kind breath mints come in)* Salt* Flash paper* A white tealight candle and holder* Matches in a waterproof container* Small stones or crystals (fluorite, obsidian, and amethyst are ideal)* Charged water (i.e., water that has been charged in the light of the sun or the full moon)* A small piece of soft fabric* A small ...

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In September, asters reach their peak. They are an old favorite to use in love spells. For this spell, you’ll need the petals from one purple aster. You can find asters easily at a florist. You’ll also need a red candle in a holder, a square piece of burgundy fabric, and a red ribbon. Place the petals on the fabric and tie up the corners with the ribbon. Light the candle and hold the bundle as you speak these words of power: This candle I light of brightest red,Bring me one ...

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Maple trees and their leaves are associated with prosperity and abundance, probably due to the fact that they produce edible maple syrup, which was once used as currency in trade. Here is an easy-to-make charm to attract abundance to your kitchen. Gather these materials:* Olive oil (or essential oil of your choice; cinnamon and clove are both associated with prosperity)* The biggest, greenest maple leaf you can find Dip your finger in the oil and draw a circle on the leaf, saying: By sacred ...

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The holidays are so stressful for some folks. Maybe there’s a lot to do and not enough time to do it. Perhaps you’re alone, or maybe you’ve got a large and argumentative family....
        
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