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How Can Tarot Hone Your Spiritual Side?

If you have always felt a magical connection to tarot cards, your need for for greater spiritual connection may be manifesting itself. Research indicates that younger generations are less interested in organized religion than their ancestors, yet hold a powerful interest in all things spiritual. In essence, God – or the

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How to Make Your Own Healing Stones

If you’re suffering from an ailment, an emotional issue, or ongoing pain, healing stones can be a great item to have to aid in both physical and spiritual healing. Healing stones are quite easy to make. You can either get tumbled rocks (if you have the patience you can collect

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How Important Are Correspondences In Magick Spells?

Magickal correspondences are considered to be a very important to many magickal paths, but just how important are they? A correspondence is a connection between one thing and another. In magick, correspondences usually refer to the connection between various items and their spiritual energies. For instance, Green, four-leaf clovers, almonds

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A Beginner’s Guide to Pendulum Dowsing

Pendulum dowsing is a form of divination that uses a weight attached to a chain or string to provide answers to your questions. It’s an incredibly simple form of divination that anyone can learn to use to tap into their intuition and receive guidance. The first thing you’re going to

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A Beginner’s Guide to Candle Magick

Candle magic has been around for ages, and it’s by far one of the easiest and most accessible forms of magick that a person can use. Candle magic is also incredibly versatile, and can be as simple or as complex as the practitioner wants it to be. Candle magic is

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Magical Herb of the Week: Thyme

This week’s magical herb is thyme. Thyme has a natural, woody flavor and is very aromatic. A staple part of boquet garni and za’atar, thyme is used often in French and Mediterranean cooking. Latin Name: Thymus vulgaris Other Names: Common Thyme, Garden Thyme Gender: Feminine Element: Water Planet: Venus Sign:

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Magical Herb of the Week: Tarragon

This week’s magical herb is tarragon. Tarragon has a subtle yet distinctive flavor. While not seen often in American kitchens, tarragon is part of “fines herbes” and is used extensively in French cooking. Latin Name: Artemisia dracunculus Other Names: Fuzzy Weed, French Tarragon Gender: Masculine Element: Fire Planet: Mars Sign:

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Magical Herb of the Week: Sesame

This week’s magical herb is sesame. Sesame seeds are basically bland, until toasted, when they become nutty, rich and wonderful. Commonly found stuck to American hamburger buns, they’re used expertly in Chinese and Japanese dishes. Latin Name: Sesamum indicum Other Names: Simsim Gender: Masculine Element: Fire Planet: Sun Sign: Leo

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Magical Herb of the Week: Sage

This week’s magical herb is sage. Sage is highly aromatic with a pleasing, earthy flavor. Most often associated with Thanksgiving stuffing or sausage, sage is also widely used in Mediterranean cooking. Latin Name: Salvia officinalis Other Names: Garden Sage, Common Sage, Kitchen Sage Gender: Masculine Element: Earth Planet: Jupiter Sign:

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Magical Herb of the Week: Rosemary

This week’s magical herb is rosemary. Rosemary has an interesting, rich, “piney” flavor and aroma. Rosemary is best known for its use in “poultry spice” but is commonly used in Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisines. Latin Name: Rosmarinus officinalis Other Names: Anthos Gender: Masculine Element: Fire Planet: Sun, Mercury Sign: Leo,

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Magical Herb of the Week: Parsley

This week’s magical herb is parsley. Parsley has a bright, rich and slightly bitter flavor. It’s one of the most commonly used garnishes anywhere. Parsley is a traditional component of bouquet garni, and is used all over the world. Latin Name: Petroselinum crispum Other Names: Garden Parsley Gender: Masculine Element:

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