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Magickal Correspondence for Coltsfoot

Coltsfoot or Tussilago Farfara is a perennial plant which flowers in March and so is one of the first plants to herald the arrival of spring. 294 more words

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Magickal Correspondence for Pink

The Magickal Correspondence for the color Pink

Element: fire
Direction: South
Planet: Venus
Zodiac Sign: Aries,
Chakra: heart
Day of the Week: Friday
Season: Spring… 338 more words

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The Moon as Calendar and Timepiece

THIS ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN BY SUSAN PESZNECKER
POSTED UNDER ASTROLOGY

Note: This article is Northern Hemisphere–centric, and all points of observation and movement are given from this perspective. 1,522 more words

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Wisdom from the Trees

THIS ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN BY PENNY BILLINGTON
POSTED UNDER PAGAN

In Irish tradition, there is a wonderful story of bile, the ancient tree. It grows by the side of a sacred well, and acorns, nuts, and apples spring from its branches. 1,294 more words

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10 Magical Uses for Rosemary

If you’ve got rosemary in your garden, it may be one of the only ones still available for fresh harvest this time of year.  Of course, that’s because this powerful little aromatic is an evergreen, making it a go-to of mine all year long. 276 more words

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ravenhawks magazine reblogged this on ravenhawks' magazine and commented:

Thank you great info, I grow it as one of my indoor herbs as well.

Herbs for Home Blessings

After the Christmas decorations come down and we move forward into a new year, I often feel the need to undertake a house blessing to refresh the energies within the home and to cleanse any old or negative energies. 474 more words

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Thank you this is very helpful

The Wren and Yule

The wren is considered a sacred bird by the Druids.  Even the name of the bird, drui-en or Druid bird in Irish Gaelic, or in Welsh the word Dryw means both druid and wren. 491 more words

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