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ancestors, ancestral healing, ancestral work, Astrology, honor our ancestors, magic, Samhain, Wheel of the Year -

Samhain marks the midpoint between the Fall and Winter Solstices. It is a time to start to prepare for spending more time in the darkness and embracing your shadow side. It is also a time to honor your ancestors and those who have passed on. This season of year is often described as the time the “veil is thinning”. This describes the thin boundary between the physical world and the spiritual realm. Spirit communication becomes easier and more obtainable during this time. Here are some simple rituals you can do to celebrate Samhain: Create an ancestor altar. Leave offerings outside...

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astrology, beach magic, beaches, elements, esoteric, magic, magick, rituals, sea magic, spellcasting -

With the Summer Solstice upon us, it is a time to explore what all beach and sea magic has to offer. The beach is an ideal place to practice magic, as it consists of all four elements- earth, air, water, and fire. All these elements converge, creating a highly spiritual energetic environment. Here are some examples and tips on how to make your next beach or trip to the sea extra magical. Beach Magic: Gather seashells and stones for your altar. Seashells are also known for their protective properties and work well in protective spells. Take advantage of the four...

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astrology, magic, magical correspondences, ostara, spring equinox, spring solstice -

The March equinox happens on Saturday, March 20, at 5:37am EDT in the Northern hemisphere. This date marks the start of the spring season. In the Southern hemisphere, the March equinox marks the start of autumn, while the September equinox marks the start of spring. On the equinox, the length of day and night is nearly equal in all parts of the world. We can now enjoy the increasing sunlight hours, with earlier dawns and later sunsets. On the March equinox, the Sun crosses the celestial equator going south to north. It’s called the “celestial equator” because it’s an imaginary...

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