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On this day in 1978, Pluto’s moon Charon was discovered, so this is a good time to honor that archetype. In Greek and Roman mythology, Charon is the ferryman of the dead to whom souls paid a coin for passage into the next life. What’s next for you? Find a penny—with this year’s date on it, if possible—and cleanse it with salt and water. If you can, pass it through the smoke of jasmine incense (which is good for dreaming). Place the coin under your bed (or between ...

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Today is Bird Day. In its various incarnations, it draws attention to migratory birds in particular and encourages conservation of birds in general. Like all flying creatures, birds represent the element of air. For this reason, they often figure into travel spells. This can mean air travel but also applies to travel over land or water. For this spell you will need a charm shaped like a feather or a bird (preferably in flight) and something to string it on, such as a necklace, bracelet, or key ...

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Footsteps reveal mood, intention, direction, health, and desires. Let’s explore the intent of the footstep as we open ourselves to the magickal possibilities of Hoodoo’s foot track magick. For the sake of brevity, foot track magick uses footsteps, paths, shoes, and boots to bring intended results. It’s frequently used for heart, home, protection, and health magick. Today we’ll use just four tools: your favorite shoes, two Mercury dimes (or the oldest dimes you have), ...

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The dark (new) moon is a prime time for divination, with Earth’s energies quiet and pulled inward. You’ll need a tarot or oracle deck and a dark cloth. Find the date and time of the next new moon (2:24 a.m. EDT on April 1). Work in a quiet room and wear dark clothing. Spread out the cloth. Shuffle and/or cut your deck, pausing to see what comes to mind. You may already have a question to ask the cards, or perhaps something will occur to you. If nothing comes, proceed. Deal one ...

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Color of the day: Ivory Incense of the day: Frankincense Today marks the anniversary of the sixth day of Odin's ordeal. Odin, wounded by his own blade, hung upside-down from Yggdrasil for nine days...
       
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