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Sometimes the most ordinary things are magical. For example, the fact that puddles of rainwater evaporate and change form after a storm, rising back into the sky as invisible vapor, is pretty amazing. A natural phenomenon like this is a perfect tool in magic. For this spell you will need a pinch of salt, an ice cube tray and some water, and a puddle of rainwater that you know will dry up eventually. When a problem is weighing heavy on your mind, hold the pinch of salt in your hand. Send your ...

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Making regular offerings to the local fae spirits is a good way for a Witch to further develop their power and sensitivity. For this spell you will need the following materials: * Crystals, jewelry, and other beautiful shiny objects* A small bowl* A small cup or glass* Some food for an offering (such as fruit, bread, or honey)* Some beverage for an offering (whiskey is traditional) Ideally this spell should be done outside in your garden. If this is not possible, you will need to obtain a ...

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In honor of April Fools’ Day, here’s an affirmation to guard against falling for illusions and being tricked. Light a white candle in a clear glass container and place it on a small mirror. Gaze upon the candle and chant: I can read between the lines.I can see what isn’t shown.I will not be tricked or fooled.I will learn what isn’t known. Allow the candle to burn out safely. Carry the mirror with you. ...

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One of the traditional names for the full moon that falls in January is the Wolf Moon. It is said that name comes from the fact that wolves howl more in January. (It is also called the Cold Moon, for obvious reasons.) Wolves howl to communicate with each other and to express emotion. Ironically, many of us tend to withdraw during the colder winter months, when it may be harder to get out and be with others, so this might be a good time to put a little extra effort into reaching out. You can try ...

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Wednesday's are named after the Norse god Woden (or Odin). This god traveled the Earth in disguise as a one-eyed man with a long beard and a gray hat. He was always seeking wisdom. Woden/Odin is a...
       
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