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Witchcraft Weekly #26
November 30, 2012

I think I'm going to rename this the "almost weekly but more like when I get around to it" newsletter. Oh, did you see the grand full moon last night? You can still take advantage of that energy if you do some spells today and even tomorrow.

Weekly Spell
A popular love spell this week, using 2 photos. The photos you use shouldn't have anyone else in them except for you and him/her. Supplies for this spell:

• Photo of you
• Photo of the one you desire
• Red candle
• Pen or marker
On the back of the picture of him/her, write "I love you" and on the back of your photo, write "You love me". Light the candle and look at both photos, picturing the two of you together in real life. Drip candle wax on the front sides of both photos and quickly stick them together. Repeat the following:

Together as one
Under moon and sun

Slip the pair of photos under your pillow, and sleep with them there until your loved one is yours.

Spell Stuff
If you've seen the Avengers, you might be interested in a little more info on Loki. Needless to say, the God is a little different than the guy in a movie.

Loki is a familiar name in mythology, and most know him as a trickster God. He had more qualities that just that though. He was associated with all forms of mischief, stealth, thievery, revenge, lies and dark magick, and natural disasters like earthquakes, and fires. Loki was a shape-changing Giant, married to Angerboda. They had three children. Two were considered monsters (Jormungand, the sea-serpent, and the Fenris wolf), and the third was Hel, the Goddess of the Dead.

During another one of his tricks, Loki had turned himself into a mare in order to lure a magick stallion away from its work on Asgard. From that encounter, Loki became pregnant and gave birth to the eight-legged horse, Sleipnir. Loki gave the horse to Odin.

One wonders why the other Gods tolerated such a trouble-maker in their midst. It's been suggested that Loki was originally a more benign character, but myths were re-written and altered with the coming of Christianity to make him fall more in line with the evil figure of Satan.

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