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The Arc of the Rainbow has ever captured the joy and imagination of the human spirit. From the Greek Goddess Iris to the Rainbow Serpent of the Aborigines of Australia to the Gay Pride Flag, the Rainbow has been a symbol and tool of perception and the gentle power of diversity and creative energy. In this essay I will attempt to link, explain, and expand upon the available magic, science and mythology of the Rainbow. The colors of the Rainbow were described as numbering seven by Sir Isaac Newton, no doubt building from and explicating his studies of classic natural...

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Natural Magick Shop's Elemental Oils and Incenses Elemental Oils & Incenses This is an explanation of the Alchemical reasoning behind the Natural Magick Shop Elemental magick oils and Elemental ritual incenses. I will describe the methodologies behind their production to show how I endeavor to capture the fullest power of the Elements. These most basic of formulations have taken fifteen years to develop. For both my Planetary and Elemental potions, I wanted very special, very rational, extensively researched formulae. I wanted them to be &endash; if not at first perfect in subjective Fragrance (though NOT out of reach of my...

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Magick Wand Working Theory The wand. The Magic Wand! People may mock the Broom, misinterpret the Knife or accidentally use the Cauldron as an ashtray, but the Wand, even before Harry Potter, can only be understood as a magical tool. I make and even sometimes use wands. It is something of a specialty for me, and here I will share my understandings with you. I learned these things by reading them in books, listening to trees, interpreting the growth of vines, and by working directly with the god Mercury. The Wand is a tool of Air. The Wand is a...

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Guide to making excellent teas and water-based potions A skilled Witch or Wizard knows how to make a great mug of brew, whether it is from ordinary commercial teabags or from their own ritually prepared complex formula. This guide is to help you get started making the Perfect Cup of whatever brew you have in mind. First, before we get brewing, just what IS "tea"? It is a little confusing because one species of plant, Camellia sinensis, has "Tea" as it's common name and the leaves of this plant are the most common ordinary black tea. (I will use capital...

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Traditional Protection from Curses, Hexes, and the Evil Eye Witch bottles have been used for centuries in various ways. Nowadays, as perhaps before, they are used primarily as decoys to attract, absorb, confuse and defuse negative psychic energy being sent to a target or victim, whether it be random ill will or malicious cursing. All it takes is a bottle or jar with a good watertight lid, and all sorts of bent pins or nails, broken glass or mirrors, cactus thorns, anything spiky, bent, or broken. Fill the jar or bottle with this stuff and then fill it a little...

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