The Witches Correspondences for Friday, December 25th

Christmas with animals ::: Weihnachten mit Tieren



Magickal Intentions: Love, Romance, Marriage, Sexual Matters, Physical Beauty, Friendship and Partnerships, Strangers, Heart

Color: aqua, blue, light blue, brown, green, pale green, magenta, peach, pink, rose, white, all pastels

Number: 5, 6

Metal: copper

Charm: green or white garments, scepter

Stone: alexandrite, amethyst, coral, diamond, emerald, jade, jet, black moonstone, peridot, smoky quartz, tiger’s-eye, pink tourmaline

Animal: camel, dove, elephant, goat, horse, pigeon, sparrow

Plant: apple, birch, cherry, clematis, clove, coriander, heather, hemlock, hibiscus, ivy, lotus, moss, myrtle, oats, pepperwort, peppermint, pinecone, quince, raspberry, rose, pink rose, red rose, rose hips, saffron, sage, savin, stephanotis, strawberry, thyme, vanilla, verbena, violet, water lily, yarrow, and all flowers

Incense: ambergris, camphor, mace, musk, myrrh, rose, saffron, sage, sandalwood, sweetgrass, vanilla, violet, all floral scents

Goddess: Aphrodite, Asherah, Baalith, Brigid, Erzulie, Freya (Passionate Queen), Frigg, Gefion, Harbor (Beautiful One), Hestia, Inanna, Ishtar (Lady of Passion and Desire), Lakshmi, Lilith, Mokosh, Nehalennia, Nerthus, Ostara, Pombagira, Sarasvati, Shakti, Shekinah, Sirtur, Al Uzza, Venus (Queen of Pleasure), Vesta

God: Allah, Bacchus, Bes, Cupid, the Dagda, Dionysus, El, Eros (God of Love), Freyr, Frit Ailek, Shukra

Evocation: Agrat Bat Mahalat, Anael, Hagiel, Mokosba, Rasbid, Sachiel, Uriel, Velas

Courtesy of Moonlight Musings

Feng Shui Tip for December 14th – ‘National Salesperson Day’ & “Monkey Day.”

We can kill two energies with one image while engaging today’s ‘National Salesperson Day’ and ‘Monkey Day.’ Even though the monkey is one of the twelve animals represented in the Chinese zodiac, a combination of the monkey and the elephant can help you achieve the highest ranking that anyone in your profession can aspire to, whether you’re in sales or not. Placing an image or a statue of a monkey sitting on an elephant’s back on or around your desk attracts opportunities to find the stability and security of an important position in your profession. And this image promises that you’ll stay there too! With the monkey signifying the ‘Duke,’ or the highest-ranking lord among the five ranking lords in ancient Chinese legend, and the elephant bringing the blessings of strength, sagacity and prudence, the combination of these two potent friends also promises power, authority and success in all you do. In this case, I guess it really does make sense that monkey see and then monkey do — for you!

By Ellen Whitehurst for