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Historically wytches practiced food magic with a variety of tools used to add power to their rituals. They used crystals, essences, incense, oils, and affirmations, to help channel the power. The ancients were known to eat foods containing a specific energy for the reasons of, strength and safety in battle, successful childbirth, prosperity, love and sex. Around the world food is still used for magic, no wedding is complete without a wedding cake, and when the cake is eaten, a wish is made for health and happiness. Birthday rituals around the world are conducted and candles are placed on a...

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KNOT/CORD MAGICK Cord and knot magic has been around for a long time. It is an easy alternative to candle magic and requires minimal supplies Cord and knot magic is a very old form of folk magic that was often associated with wind/weather magic. The art of binding Knots to cast a spell is known to be practiced since ancient Mesopotamia. We have proof of casting knot magic in ancient Babylon. In cord magic the spells are simply prepared ahead of time, and then used as needed. Each knot is then untied releasing the power entrapped in the cord over...

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What is certain is that whether folk customs or more formal ceremonies are used, the underlying principles of all types of magick are the same throughout the world, and can be categorized under the following headings. *Sympathetic Magick; This involves performing a ritual that imitates what you would desire, so bringing on to the material plane a desire or need or wish from the inner self. This is done using appropriate tools and symbols. So in a spell for the gradual increase of money, for example, you might grow a pot of basil seedlings (an herb of prosperity) and light...

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There are distinct and yet related types of magick, all of which can be used informally, in spells, or formally, in ceremonial rituals. *Personal Magick; As I have already said, it is quite permissible to use magick to empower your personal needs, though this does not bring lottery wins or the object of your romantic fantasies delivered gift-wrapped to your door. Magick hastraditionally encompassed material needs, and spirituality is very difficult to achieve at a time when there is a crisis of physical need or emotional shortfall in your life. For example, in days when having sufficient food and heating...

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Mars is the ruling planet of Aries and, before the discovery of Pluto, it was universally considered the ruler of Scorpio. Most modern astrologers consider Pluto the ruler of Scorpio, but many regard Mars as a co-ruler, while all traditional astrologers still regard Mars as the only ruler of Scorpio. Mars was the Roman god of war and bloodshed, whose symbol was a spear and shield (from which its glyph is derived). Both the soil of Mars and the hemoglobin of our blood are rich in iron, and because of this they share its distinct deep red color. Mars orbits...

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