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Element of Fire Invocation

by | Thursday, August 29, 2019 | 0 comment(s)

To invoke the element of fire, light a red candle and recite:Element of Fire bring to me Energy, passion, sensuality Give me ambition, help me grow Warm me with your fire’s glow As this candle I do light My creative forces will igniteSo Mote It Be!

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Crystals for Protection

by | Thursday, August 29, 2019 | 0 comment(s)

Crystals for Protection We have been getting a lot of requests for protection crystals. Here is a list of some of our favorites. Carry the rocks in your pocket, put them on an altar or fireplace mantle, on your nightstand or window sill, carry them in your backpack, purse, in a mojo bag or in a pendant or bracelet form. Amethyst Amethyst is very protective. Bury a piece in the four corners of your yard to form a protective shield or place them in the farthest four corners of your house or...

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Sakki Sakki Tarot Review

by | Friday, August 23, 2019 | 0 comment(s)

By Beth Allen Get Yours HereEvery so often I’m reminded how good, how important really, it is to step outside my comfort zone. And this is true with my choices in tarot decks too. Usually I’m drawn to decks with traditional art, vintage-style decks, or if they’re modern, decks with a witchy flair. But recently I decided to shake things up a bit, to stir the cauldron, as it were. Enter . . . The Sakki-Sakki Tarot by Monicka Clio Sakki. You just never know with a tarot deck – sometimes you...

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Tarot of the Trees Review by Beth Allen

by | Saturday, August 10, 2019 | 0 comment(s)

What a delight it is to work with this deck -- The Tarot of Trees is an independently published, mixed media creation by artist Dana O’Driscoll, where trees take on the roles traditionally reserved for humans – and what a splendid job they do! Originally published in 2009, this deck is now in its third edition. It doesn’t come with a little white book however, it so closely follows the Rider-Waite-Smith system that if you’re familiar with RWS you should have no problem reading with it. There...

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