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Freyja

Freyja is the Norse Goddess of love, beauty, magic (seidhr), fertility, war and death. Her name means "The Lady". She is one of the Vanir, sister to Freyr, daughter to Njörðr and mother to Hnoss and Gersemi by Óðr. Her name is variously spelled Frøya, Freya, Freja, Freyia, Freia and ...
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Hades

Hades is the Greek God of the Underworld. The name relates to the Doric word Aidas meaning “unseen”. He was also known as Plouton meaning “rich one” as his domain also includes all of the minerals that can be found beneath the ground and the riches they represent. Hades is ...
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Holly

Ilex spp There are over 400 species of holly including both evergreen and deciduous species or trees, shrubs and climbing vines. European holly, Ilex aquifolium. Source: Danielle Teychenne, published under CC0 Public Domain Other Names Christ's Thorn, Holy Tree, Hulver, Holme, Holme Chase, bats wings, Aquifolium, Tinne, Black drink plant, evergreen oak, ...
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Mistletoe

Viscum album (European) OR Phoradendron Leucarpum (American) Zones 6-11 Mistletoe is a parasite that grows on larger plants, usually hardwood trees, its roots drawing nutrients from the sap of the host plant. It has lanceate green leaves and a short stem with many forks and can form a large, bushy clump hanging from ...
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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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Midwinter

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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