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#31DaysofTarot Top 5 Oracle Decks of 2017

Day 3 of the #31DaysofTarot Challenge by Ethony is the Top 5 Oracle Decks of 2017! Like yesterday’s Top 5 Tarot, I don’t own many decks from 2017, so I thought I would do this as a blog post instead and showcase the 5 of 2017 that I liked best from what I have seen. 1. The ExtraOrdinary Oracle I…

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Choosing Your Word of the Year

The idea of Choosing Your Word of the Year has become more and more popular over the recent years. Lately, it feels like everyone is talking about this concept, and I’m loving it. I’m uncertain where the idea came from to choose a personal word for the year but the furthest back I’ve found was in 2006 with the One Little…

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New Years Tarot
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New Years Tarot Spread

A New Years Tarot Spread for Planning and Dreaming up Your Coming Year! I do this new years tarot spread every year. It helps me see the energies I am working with in the year ahead. The goal isn’t necessarily to foretell specific events. Instead, I use the 13 cards to connect with my inner cycles of rest and work…

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Witchmas Health from a Green Witch

At this time of year, many of us are attending more social gatherings and running more errands for the holidays–which means we’re being exposed to more flu and cold viruses than at any other time of year. At the same time, most of us are more busy than usual, so it’s easy to get over-tired. The weather is cold, and…

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Happy Yule Witches!

Winter is an interesting season. Often we talk of the beauty of snow and bare limbs or the regal evergreens. Conversely we complain about the slick roads, work shoveling, or lack of sunlight giving us the blues. We both long for hibernation and the activity that sunshine will bring. It is these conflicting emotions and insights that bring s to…

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Witchmas Wassail
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Witchmas Wassail Recipes

This Witchmas Wassail can be used to hail the old gods in the orchards or simply to stay warm and cozy while we day dream. Either way, we witches can certainly enjoy these spiced drinks and appreciate their magick. Yuletide spices like cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, and ginger are commonly found in wassail recipes. These herbs are fiery and warming in the…

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Saturnalia
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Io Saturnalia!

Saturnalia was an ancient Roman festival in honour of the god Saturn, held on 17 December of the Julian calendar and later expanded with festivities through to 23 December. The holiday was celebrated with a sacrifice at the Temple of Saturn, in the Roman Forum, and a public banquet, followed by private gift-giving, continual partying, and a carnival atmosphere that…

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