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Your Love Grows Daily: Magical Garden

A great relationship can be cultivated, literally. By planting and carefully tending flowers that have special properties—like night-blooming jasmine for heightened sensuality, or lilies for lasting commitment—you can nurture your relationship along. During a new moon in the Venus-ruled signs of Taurus or Libra, plant an assortment of flowers that will surround you with the beauty and energy of sweet devotion. A few of my proven favorites are listed in the garden of Indra that follows.

Before you place your hothouse posies or seeds into pots or flowerbeds, bless the ground with a prayer of health for your plants, yourself, and your relationships.

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Gentle Meadowsweet Fairy Herbal Magick

To help start off your weekend right and attune you with the coming Gemini Half Moon on Monday here is Meadowsweet Fairies from my upcoming Fairy Herbal Oracle Deck.

Meadowsweet Affirmation: “I am gently opening to life.”

This is a crown chakra herb for connecting with one’s purpose and the Divine. Brings soothing, calming, hope and faith if feeling angry, afraid or self-conscious. Use in love spells, at weddings and for bouquets. Aromatic, protective and sacred to the Druids.

Astrology: Gemini, Jupiter, Mercury, Sagittarius
Deity: Blodeuwedd, Kore, Mary
Element: Air
Healing: For digestion & rheumatism in bones and muscles

Sparkly Blessings!
Kathy Crabbe
Soul Reader + Artist

Kathy Crabbe
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Binding Ink Spell
If you are lucky enough to live in the country or near a wild and weedy meadow, you can easily find pokeberries. Though poisonous when eaten, these magenta berries make wonderful homemade ink. You can imbue this wine-colored ink with magical powers with this simple spell.
 
During a waning moon, fill a vial with dark red ink and add the juice from the crushed pokeberries. Add a few drops of burgundy wine from the bottom of your love’s glass and one drop of a fruited essential oil such as apple blossom, apricot, or peach.
 
Adventurous witches sometimes prick their fingers and add a droplet of blood as well. Incant aloud:
 
By my hand, this spell I have wrought.
With this sacred ink, I will author my own destiny.
And have the happy love I sought.
Blessed be.

Now write the fate you envision for yourself and your lover with enchanted ink.
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An Enchanted Love Letter

Love letters are an ancient art that always deepens intimacy. What heart doesn’t surge when the object of affection pours passion onto the printed page? Magic ink, prepared paper, and magic wax will seal the deal.

Take a special sheet of paper (sumptuous handmade or creamy watermarked stationary is ideal) and write with a magical colored ink—red dragon’s blood is available at most metaphysical shops—or try the “Enchantment Ink” spell that follows.

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Tie the Knot of True Love

If you are truly interested in long-term love, this spell is for you. This love spell may not actually result in a proposal and marriage, but the rings are a powerful symbol to help bring true love your way. You’ll need:

  • White rope
  • 1 fresh red rose, with stem
  • 2 plain gold rings (Rings in a gold color are fine) 
  •  Fine white sand (easily available at a craft store)

You can use thick yarn instead of the rope, but string just won’t do. Tie a knot in the center of the rope around the stem of the rose. Slide the two rings down the two ends of the rope up to the knot, then tie the rope again to secure them.

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Lady Moon, Lady Moon

 

Lady Moon, Lady Moon,

shining so bright:

where are the little stars

hiding tonight?

Ask the old owl

that lives in the tree.

Who's that behind you?

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New-Old Minoan Deities: The Discovery of Joy

One of the more exciting aspects of revivalist spirituality is the discovery of new-to-us deities. It doesn't happen very often, but when it does, we do a little happy dance!

In this case, a happy dance is especially appropriate. Allow me to introduce you to a new deity pair: Thumia and Kaulo.

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