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Midwinter Day is a modern Pagan holiday that takes place at the time of the Winter Solstice. Some modern Pagans use the term Midwinter as a general term for the holiday, encompassing traditional celebrations from a variety of mostly European cultures either to identify their own eclectic celebrations or to ...
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Sleep Protection Spell

Sleep Time Protection Spell To protect yourself in dream state from dark entities that try to enter your realm. Spell Timing: Before going to sleep. Suggested Tools: Your favorite protective crystal. Directions: Rub your feet with the protective crystal and say: TONIGHT I WALK A PATH SO BRIGHT, MY FEE ...
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The name Osiris is a Greek translation of the Egyptian word which may have been pronounced Us-iri, which means "Throne of the Eye". Also: Usiris, Asar, Aser, Ausar, Ausir, Wesir, Ausare, Osirus Osiris is the ancient Egyptian God of the dead and ruler of the underworld. He is also lord ...
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Narcissus spp Also known as daffodil, daffy down lilies, daffadown lily, daffadown dilly, jonquil, goose leek, Lent lily, asphodel (no relation) Description and Natural History Narcissus are popular garden flowers and harbingers of springs native to Europe, North Africa, and Asia. They grow from a bulbous root system and are well-known for ...
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Khepri is an ancient Egyptian God associated with creation, rebirth and the movement of the sun. He is often connected with Atum or Ra. His symbol is the scarab ...
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The ancient Roman God Janus, or more properly Ianus, is the God of beginnings, endings, transitions, times, doorways, gateways, passageways, movement and traveling. He is depicted as having two faces because he sees both the past and the future and is looking both and where you've been and where you're ...
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