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2 parts frankincence 2 parts pine needles or resin 1 part cedar 1 part juniper berries Mix and smolder…

Make or buy a small draw-string bag about 1-2 inches deep. Put in a pinch or two of each…

This spell is said to help one let go of painful feelings of grief. It is for those times…

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Take graveyard dirt and sprinkle in all the corners of the person house. If you cannot gain admittance to the…

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The Pentagram and Pentacle Pagans/Wiccans view the pentagram as an amulet of protection, a symbol of balance, and a representation of the elemnts and the Gods. Pagans use the pentagram with a point facing up like the one see above. This is not an evil symbol! Paganism isnt the only religion that uses a 5 pointed star. Did you know []

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4 parts frankincense 3 parts cinnamon 1 part dried orange peels 1/4 part thyme

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