Daily Archives: March 29, 2011

WOTC’s Spell of the Day for 3/29: Turn The Tables

Turn The Tables

Is someone making your life difficult? Turn the tables on that person with this clever spell.

Best times to perform this spell:

  • Anytime

Ingredients or equipment needed:

  • A Candle
  • A candleholder
  • A small mirror
  • A photo of your tormentor (if possible)
  • Matches

*Place the candle in its holder and set it on top of the photo at one end of a table. If you can’t obtain a photo, inscribe your enemy’s name on the candle–the candle represents the person who’s causing you trouble.

*Light the candle, then seat yourself at the other end of the table.

*Hold the mirror so that it reflects the flame and say aloud:

“Behold, this mirror is my shield.
Your wicked ways will be revealed.
Any evil that you do
Will instantly turn back on you.”

*Imagine the mirror deflecting harm away from you and back onto the other person.

*When you’ve finished, snuff out the candle.

*Hang the mirror on the outside of the door to your home or office to ward off unwanted energies.

*Melt the candle completely and bury the residue along with the photo far from your home.

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Magickal Goody for 3/29 is Witch’s Soap

Witch’s Soap

3 parts Rosemary

2 parts Pine

1 part Cinnamon

1 part Orange

Wash with this soap before rituals of all kinds to increase your personal power.

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Incense of the Day for 3/29 is Scrying Incense

Incense of the Day

Scrying Incense
*use with caution

1 part Mugwort

1 part Wormwood*

Burn a small amount prior to scrying in a quartz crystal sphere, in flames, water and so on. Be warned–this one doesn’t smell so well.

The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews
Scott Cunningham
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Deity of the Day for 3/29 is ADONIS

Deity of the Day

ADONIS

Handsome God of Desire and Manly Good Looks. Has a very high squeee! factor.

For reasons we won’t go into, APHRODITE turned his mother Myrrha into a pregnant myrrh tree. When it split and the baby was revealed, APHRODITE was enchanted. “Ooh, he’s gorgeous. I’m saving him for later”, she decided.

So she put him in a box and checked him in at the Underworld Bank Vault under the care of PERSEPHONE, who took a quick peek and had the same thought.

When ADONIS grew old enough to be ‘Gods Gift to Women’, PERSEPHONE refused to hand him over. The case went to arbitration and CALLIOPE was asked to bring about a settlement.

Her final judgment was this: For four months of the year, he would live with APHRODITE. Then she must hand him over for four months with PERSEPHONE. For the remaining four months the choice was up to him.

As APHRODITE was the first to find him, she had the first go. Using her girdle of desire, she declared that ADONIS loved only her and PERSEPHONE could take a running jump.

So PERSEPHONE took a running jump to ARES (who was very struck on APHRODITE himself) and said: “Your fancy woman has got herself a mortal lover. And you don’t stand a chance, he’s absolutely gorgeous!”

ARES was furious, and being of a boorish disposition, changed himself into a boar and killed ADONIS in a hunting accident. This resulted in much hair-pulling and scratching and shrieking in Olympus.

Eventually ZEUS decided it was time for a bit of peace. He declared that ADONIS was not totally dead, but could spend six months with each of them.

So now APHRODITE has him in the spring and summer, and he goes down to the Underworld for autumn and winter. This is why everything fades and gets miserable during the winter months. So the Underworld would seem a good place to choose for a winter break.

 

 

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Herb of the Day for 3/29 is Rosemary

Herb of the Day

Rosemary

The remedy for quickening the senses and increasing memory. The leaves and branches were burned in house to clean the air. Rosemary tea was a remedy for gallstones and jaundice and was often cooked with meats to make them more digestible. Rosemary leaves were used in preserving meats as an antioxidant preservative. The flower water was sprinkled on the head “to cool the brain” and relieve headaches.

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Gemstone of the Day for 3/29 is Tiger’s Eye

Tiger eye – offers courage, energy, and luck.

Stone’s names: Tiger eye, also spelled tiger’s-eye and tigereye.
Tiger eye is also called crocidolite cat’s-eye or African cat’s-eye. Color: Tiger eye has a rich yellow and golden brown stripes, with a fine golden lustre when polished.

Description: Tiger eye is quartz that contains oriented fibres of crocidolite that have been replaced by silica.
Tiger eye is displaying chatoyancy (a vertical luminescent band like that of a cat’s eye) . Tiger eye typically has lustrous alternating yellow or brown bands.

The name’s origin: Tiger eye with its bands resembles an eye of tiger, so it is received its name due to this similarity.
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Wedding anniversary: Tiger Eye is the anniversary gemstone for the 9th year of marriage.

Varieties: Hawk’s-eye is similar to tiger eye, except that the crocidolite was replaced by quartz before altering to iron oxide. It therefore retains the gray-blue or green of the asbestos.

Care and treatment: As with all gems, protect tiger eye from scratches and sharp blows. Also avoid large temperature changes.

From the stone history: Roman soldiers wore tiger’s-eye for protection in battle. Tiger Eye was thought to be all seeing due to its appearance.

Shopping guide: Tiger Eye is widely used in pendant and beads where it’s lovely tiger-like peculiarity displays out best.

Healing ability: Tiger eye relieves high blood pressure. Tiger eye wear is very helpful in the presence of following diseases: bronchial asthmakidney, rheumatic heart disease, otitis and psoriasis.

Mystical power: Tiger Eye is used for focusing the mind. It is said that Tiger Eye offers protection during travel, strengthens convictions and confidence. This very warm stone is beneficial for the weak and sick.

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Your Daily Influences for 3/29

Your Daily Influences
March 29, 2011 
 

Tarot Influence

Rune Influence


Charm Influence
Nine of Pentacles Reversed
A time to proceed with caution. Ventures may falter. Properties and friendships may be at risk.
Elhaz
Watch for hidden traps. Look for holes in your defenses and fill them.
The Arrow Head
The arrowhead pointing down means a storm is brewing within this aspect. Trouble is coming your way from a source very close to you. Be prepared to have an important discussion that could change your life.
Your Daily Influences represent events and challenges the current day will present for you. They may represent opportunities you should be ready to seize. Or they may forewarn you of problems you may be able to avoid or lessen. Generally it is best to use them as tips to help you manage your day and nothing more
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Your Charm for Today

Your Charm for Today

 
 

The Frog
 
Today’s Meaning:
The frog represents good health, physically and emotionally. This aspect shall remain in a good light as long as you maintain good health.General Description:
This is an old Roman Amulet but the charm dates from prehistoric times. The Frog was the emblem of Hegt, the Egyptian goddess of abundance fruitfulness, fertility and plenty. From Egypt these myths spread and similar goddesses were worshipped under different names — Ishtar in Assyria, Belit in Babylonia, Al-ilat in Arabia, Aphrodite in Greece, Venus in Rome. The Frog, cut in amber, is a popular talisman. In Italy Greece and Turkey, it is still worn to bring good health, prosperity, and abundance of all the good things of this earth.
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