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162 Spells matching the incense Ginger
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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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Spring is a great time to clean up our magickal spaces, and few magickal spaces are more important than our altars. For this spell, you’ll need either a bouquet of spring flowers or some flowers picked from your yard or a local park. Pluck off the petals and let them fall from your hands. Imagine their various energies renewing your altar and your practice. Visualize each color of flower petal with a different property (for example, yellow for creativity, red for passion, blue for ...

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The initial darkness of the new moon suggests that beginnings occur in the absence of seeing. This is the energy of embarking on a path even when we’re unsure where it will take us; lacking sight, we must rely on feeling. This is a wonderful balance to the tendency to overthink our way through life. When the moon is invisible or barely visible in the night sky, perform this exercise with eyes closed to ignite your feeling sense and unite it with your intellect, supercharging your ability ...

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Color of the day: Amber Incense of the day: Cinnamon Epona was the horse goddess of the Celts and Romans. From Epona we get our word "pony." She is the goddess believed to watch over draft...
        
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