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195 Spells matching the incense Lavender
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Today is the first day of the month of Hazel in the Celtic tree calendar. Hazel (or Coll, “the life force in you”) is associated with springs, wells, wisdom, and divination. It’s said that the best magic wands are made of hazel. If you live where hazel trees grow, ask a tree for a slender limb; otherwise, search online and find hazel wands for sale. Whether you have a fresh limb or an already-made wand, your first task is to cleanse it. Cast your circle and sit inside it for ...

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This spell uses mint (spearmint or peppermint), which should be at its peak about now in the garden, to clear away negative energy hanging around your home. If you don’t have mint growing, you can usually find it in the produce section of your supermarket. You’ll need three stems of mint to use as a “sprinkler” and a dish of salt water. Stir the salt water three times clockwise using the mint stems. Stir until the salt is dissolved. Then take the dish of salt water and ...

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Aft er the death of her son, Mary Theotokos (Mother of God) retired to Ephesus. In 1950, her bodily assumption into heaven was declared by Pope Pius XII. In 1997, Catholics around the world petitioned Pope John Paul II to proclaim her a “Co-Redeemer, Mediatrix of All Graces, and Advocate for the people of God.” By a vote of 23–0, a Vatican commission advised against this. Mary is not a goddess, but a mother who loves to visit her children—she’s appeared and been ...

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In the tarot, the Fool embodies the energy of traipsing off into the unknown with all the courage and, well, foolishness that this can entail! Whenever we embark on something new, we’re channeling a little—or a lot—of the Fool, and this is vital energy, for without it we’d never take the risks that allow us to expand and evolve. Use this spell to call on the beneficial aspects of the Fool before starting something new. Say: As I embark on this new path,My senses keen, ...

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Our abundance-manifesting endeavors can sometimes be thwarted by old, limiting beliefs or vows we made in prior lifetimes. Today the conditions are perfect for rewriting these old programs so we can...
        
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