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There’s an odd saying, “cool as a cucumber,” which means to be calm and completely chilled out. Supposedly this saying originates from the fact that the inside of a cucumber is always cold, even on the hottest summer day. To make a refreshing, healthy drink that will also spread peaceful vibes, chop a cucumber into round slices. On each slice, carefully carve a peace symbol into one side, using the natural round rind of the vegetable as the circle part of the design. See each ...

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March 11 is Johnny Appleseed Day, which celebrates the life of a real person: John Chapman. Reputed to be a kind man, he was a leader in conservation and is responsible for introducing apple trees to many areas of the United States. The apple has a long history of being used in Witchcraft. If you cut an apple in half horizontally (not through the stem), you will often find that the seeds form a pentagram. If you wish to know how a ritual or spell will go, place an apple on your altar before ...

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Communication is essential in dealing with those in our lives and also when working with deities to create change in ourselves. However, it can be difficult to clearly communicate our needs. Today is a Wednesday, which is a good day for communication. Wear blue to increase the chances that what you are communicating will be heard and well received, and place a blue stone in your pocket. Prior to meeting with the person or group you want to communicate with, hold the stone and say: Hear my ...

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In January 1673, postal service began between New York and Boston. In honor of this, take a few minutes to write a real letter or card (not an email) to someone you value with whom you haven’t had contact in a long time. Gather these supplies:* Paper or a card* A pen* An envelope* A pretty stamp Bless the supplies in the name(s) of Mercury and/or Iris. In addition to being the Greek goddess of the rainbow, Iris keeps lines of communication open between the worlds. As you write, focus ...

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In Egyptian tradition, Tefnut is the goddess of water. She rules over rain, dew, damp air, and other forms of moisture. She is the sister and consort of Shu, the Air god; and the mother of Geb and...
        
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