Daily Archives: March 19, 2011

Ginseng Beauty Spell

Tie a red thread around a ginseng root and carry for added beauty and grace.

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Freya’s Youth Potion

Cowslips are wild peonies and are said to be Freya’s favorite flowers, as well as those of the fairies. Reputedly  they magickally transmit the beauty secrets of these powerful spirits.

  1. Create an infusion, although you may also substitute a hydrosol.

  2. Boil water and pur it over the blossoms.

  3. When the water cools, strain out the blossoms.

  4. Apply the potion to your face with a cotton ball.

  5. Use the remainder in the bath or elsewhere on the body

  6. You may also refrigerate the remainder for 24 hours.

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Breast Enhancement Spell (1) Harem

A Turkish harem formula:

  1. Pour boiling water over fenugreek seeds to make an infusion.

  2. When it cools, strain out the seeds

  3. Use the liquid to bathe the breast to increase bust size.

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Aphrodite’s Beauty Spell

Goats are among Aphrodite’s sacred creatures. Soak violets in goat’s milk and wash your face with this for beauty.

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Acorn Youth and Beauty Spell (2)

This is a more discreet version of the other Acorn Spell. Charge three acorns under the New Moon. Wrap them together using stands of your hair and carry them in a charm bag.

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Acorn Youth and Beauty Spell (1)

Three acorns especially if they’re found attached to one another, preserve youth and enhance beauty. A gold or silver charm depicting thee acorns will work, too. Charge the three acorns under the New Moon and wear them in your hair.

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Runecast for Saturday March 19

The rune today is Ehwaz of Tyr’s Aett Ehwaz pronounced “ay-wawz” or Ehwo “ay-woh” (E: A horse, two horses) Transportation. May represent a horse, car, plane, boat or other vehicle. Movement and change for the better. Gradual development and steady progress are indicated. Harmony, teamwork, trust, loyalty. An ideal marriage or partnership. Confirmation beyond doubt the meanings of the runes around it.

The Horse slowly moves her load. She doesn’t hurry, the road is long. Movement. Gradual but steady change. Your new life-style may look like a long road. It may be connected with real travel or with a change of job or house. Success won’t come quickly, so don’t hurry. It will arise naturally as a result of steady progress. The horse can carry a load and this means taking on board a duty or burden involving service to others, but this will bring you personal success.

Ehwaz Reversed or Merkstave: This is not really a negative rune. A change is perhaps craved. Feeling restless or confined in a situation. Reckless haste, disharmony, mistrust, betrayal. (Note: the reversed or merkstave definitions are included only for reference as they apply to a multi-rune cast and not to a single rune that’s drawn blind from the pouch)

As with all, take only what feels right to you and disregard the rest.

**a portion of today’s rune meaning/description was kindly provided by Ingrid Halvorsen at www.sunnyway.com/runes/ and used here with her gracious permission**

In the Light…

Tom

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Daily Goddess Devotion

Daily Goddess Devotion
Spring. Morning dawns as the sun glistens on the frost covered limbs sparkling like diamonds in the sun. Beneath the warming soil there is a quickening as seed and bulb shutter to break the earth of new life. I give blessing unto the Goddess as my spirit is renewed and I am again awakened unto all the possibilities before me.
Blessed Ostara Everyone
Lady Abigail
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