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    Crystal Connections

    Labradorite Labradorite belongs to the same mineral family (feldspar) as Sunstone, Larvikite, Spectrolite, and Moonstone. If the protecting feeling from this stone doesn’t draw you in then the jaw dropping rainbow of colors surely will.   (image courtesy: Shijewels https://www.etsy.com/shop/shijewels)     Not only are these beauties protective, but they also heighten our ability to focus on personal issues without letting outside influences affect us. They allow us to work on our spiritual, mental and emotional selves by ridding us of any previous negative patterns. This stunning mineral is a potent magickal stone of transformation with its ability to awaken and heighten our mental and intuitive abilities.     It’s often…

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    GoodGod!

    GoodGod! Meet the Gods: The Horned God (PHOTO: Holly King The Holly King by Raven Willowhawk) Merry meet. The Horned God roams the forests – wild, loving and protecting the Goddess and her children. He is the oldest of the Gods and perhaps the most common depiction of masculine divinity. Many pagans believe that the Horned God is the Lord of Death, ruling the underworld or Summerland, and is therefore the one to comfort and console the dead as they await rebirth. Since ancient times, the Horned God has been associated with fertility, the forest, the field and the hunt. He is known by such names as Cernunnos, Pan, Herne,…

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    Spiralled Edges

    Spiralled Edges: ‘Tis the Season to be Thankful People in America just finished celebrating Thanksgiving, a tradition that is focused on being thankful for the bounties which they have received over the previous year. I am frequently asked if I, as an American living in Britain, continue to celebrate Thanksgiving in my adopted homeland. Short answer, no. The reasons range from the simple to the more complex. I tend to cook a simple roast dinner every few weeks anyway, whether it be a roast chicken, lamb, beef, or pork. Being thankful is something that I try to focus on regularly, not just at harvest time. The American Thanksgiving Day is…

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    Short Story: Kiara, The Final Episode

      Kiara, The Final Episode   Kiara allowed herself to be placed roughly into the chair. The field around her made her feel disoriented at first, but she curled her mind into a small hard sphere inside her head. She had foiled the goblin’s machine before and she felt quite confident that she could again. When she sensed Moira approaching in the form of a spider, Kiara quickly protected her from the machine. They communicated briefly, then Kiara sent her back up to the relative safety of the web above them,. She allowed a small amount of her energy to be drained, until she could find a way to protect…

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    8 Effective Natural Remedies to Prevent a Cold

    BY KAREN REED   If you want to prevent a cold, you’re certainly not alone. Colds slow us down and make it so much harder to enjoy life. The key to feeling better is learning the best cold prevention methods and then using them to safeguard your good health. Today, we’re going to let you know the ins and outs of effective cold prevention. We’ll share lots of practical tips which will help you to protect yourself from germs. Our comprehensive guide will include cold prevention for all ages, as well as a cold prevention remedies list and some advice on how to avoid colds, to begin with. We’ve put…

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    She Who is All – The Goddess of Ten Thousand Names

    MA’AT – EGYPTIAN GODDESS OF JUSTICE (Photo Credit: Wikipedia) Ma’at may seem, to some, a strange choice for a Goddess during the Winter Holiday Season, but after the US election outcome, this will not truly be a normal holiday season for some who are afraid of what the future may hold, and so, in a feeling of hopefulness, which I have lacked these last couple of weeks, I call on Ma’at, the Egyptian Goddess of Justice and Truth. Ma’at can be recognized, always, by the ostrich feather on her headdress. She represents truth, justice and morality. She was also known as the Lady of Judgement Hall and Mistress of the…