Advice From Dr. Ruth Westheimer

“Ifyou’re facing a problem, don’t tell yourself that you can’t do it. Convince yourself that you have the strength to deal with almost anything because of the way you were raised. And you do! Recognizing your core strengths is an important step toward having joie de vivre. You can count on better days to come because of the good days that came before. And you can find joy in the moment because you have the resiliency to overcome the problems that may be hanging over you.

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Candle Magic: The Shut the Heck Up Spell By Patti Wigington

Want a sneak peek at some of the material in my new book, the Candle Magic Journal & Handbook? Here’s one of my personal favorites, the Shut the Heck Up Spell – it’s one of many you’ll find inside!

If you’ve got someone who can’t seem to keep their opinions of you out of their mouth—or who likes to gossip, tell lies, or spread information that isn’t their business—this spell is for you. To dress the candle, use a lightweight, unscented oil like grapeseed or safflower, and dried dill, which is associated with silence. Use a mortar and pestle or other grinding tool to crush the herb.


  • A black candle
  • An inscribing tool
  • Unscented oil
  • Dried dill, ground finely

Inscribe the name of your problem person on the candle. Using a small brush


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Santa Muerte Spared Our Lives but Our Walls and Roofs Were Blown Out by Hurricane Agatha. Please help Granny Rebuild her chapel and home!

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further to previous abuse of our photos, please do not reproduce photos without our permission, these photos are copyrighted and only shareable if you are raising money for charity, this is not an opportunity to make money off granny but to help her.

DONATE TO GRANNY HERE to rebuild her roof, her walls, feed her, the children and dogs

I put on the Mexican news, the scenes of Hurricane Agatha are horrific. There are shards of glass strewn everywhere, homes razed to the ground, trees uprooted, some people are bleeding, cut from flying debris, others have lost their homes and are despairing. Animals lie dead. Mothers are sobbing, their children have nowhere to sleep, nowhere to rest their heads and no blankets. There is no electricity, no running water, no WiFi, food shortages and the entire area for as far as the eye can see is devastated.

I watched in…

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From Satanism to Santa Muerte – How Saint Death Saved My Hide

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Hi my name is Humayara Rahman. I identify as a Santa Muerte devotee but I’ve always been an occultist, I was born into magic as far as I could remember. Growing up with psychic abilities and paranormal experiences all throughout childhood and adulthood in a traditional devout Muslim Asian household was very very confusing. Of course there was a question of mental health concern and other health related issue as well as family dynamic issues, but for the sake of this article let’s stick to the part of jumping from one bandwagon in the occult to another one and what was my reasoning behind it all?

Up until about age 15 I had essentially just pranced around, reading books on Wicca, Paganism and Druidism with other alternative paths but never fully committing to anything other than identifying as a New Age hippie. My priority then was to be free, be…

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