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History of the Witch Broom (aka) Besom

During the time leading up to the witchcraft trials in Europe, the bread was made with rye. In a small town where the bread was fresh baked this was just fine, but as Europe began to urbanize and the bread took more time to get from bakery to grocer, the rye bread began to host a mold called "ergot". Ergot, in high doses, can be lethal, a fact that led to the rise in popularity of wheat bread. In smaller doses, ergot is a powerful hallucinogenic drug. it became quite popular among those who were inclined towards herbalism and folk cures. Ergot is mentioned in Shakespeare's plays, and turns up in virtually every contemporary writing of the witchcraft age. In...

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4 Step Spiritual House Clearing

  1. Find a beautiful glass bowl of any size. (A bigger one will not offer a bigger outcome. It is all intent and the energy you put into it. ) Then fill the bowl with salt. (simple house salt or rock salt will do) 2. Place the bowl with the salt near the heart of the home (the center - or where everyone gathers : Kitchen, living room, etc). 3. Leave it there for three days. 4. On the third day at sundown, take the bowl and the salt somewhere where you can release both the physical salt as well as the psychic attachments it has absorbed. (You can throw this salt into a river, or a fire, or...

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Using Salt In Magick

Salt is one of the purest substances that comes from earth. It offers healing and protective properties and can clear the energy in any room. Salt is often used to remove or keep away any negative energy within or around your aura or home and it is said that laying down iron & salt at the entrances of your home will keep out the bad vibes or negative baggage from guests who enter. For centuries Black Salt has often been used for Hex or Curse breaking, because Salt is a powerful absorber of psychic energy & can help against possible psychic attacks, which usually occur when spirits chord themselves to a person. Salt has the unique ability to also transmit...

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The History of Palmistry

Palmistry is also known as Chiromancy or 'cheiromancy' The practice is found all over the world, with numerous cultural variations. Those who practice chiromancy are generally called palmists, palm readers, hand readers, or chirologists. Palmistry is said to have originated in India, spreading its way throughout China finding it’s way to Egypt, Greece and then to Europe more than 5,000 years ago. The practice is found all over the world, with numerous cultural variations. Those who practice Palm Reading are generally called palmists, palm readers, hand readers, or chirologists. Modern palmists often combine traditional predictive techniques with psychology, holistic healing, and alternative methods of divination. Despite its suppression throughout the Middle Ages and the prohibited use of it during the...

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What Depression Really Means

  I admit, that for myself, time to time I hit that grey area. I start to feel saddened or a lack of motivation. I stay positive throughout, yet I cannot seem to shake it with a simple forced smile.  The trick is not to stay here in this frame of mind, as it can be toxic to your health and advancement in life. It is however o.k. to hit this grey spot every once in a while, because through it, you grow stronger. It is a time when a divine force is stepping in and creating a block forcing you to stop and take a step back to evaluate the current path you are on. Is it the right...

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