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Every Monday on this page, there will be a Witch's Oracle Deck reading to let you know what the week has in store for you, and also on Mondays you will  find a new Spell of the Week.  After all, everyone needs a good spell once in a while.

This Week's Oracle Deck Reading  

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The phoenix is a mystical and magickal creature with an extremely long life span. In Greek mythology, the phoenix is cyclically regenerated or reborn. Associated with the sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. It’s a symbol of immortality and resurrection and reminds us that the end is only the beginning.

 

In Ancient Egypt the phoenix was also a symbol and metaphor for the setting and rising Sun. The Sun disappears beneath the Western horizon in a ball of flames when its daily journey is complete so that it may be re-born anew in the East the following morning by way of a new ball of Fire.

 

When you draw this card, the phoenix stands as a metaphor for being reborn. This can either manifest in picking yourself up when you are down and making the changes that need to be made, or shaking off those shackles that have been holding you back. The phoenix is letting you know that no matter how difficult things may be right now, you will soon be reborn and start anew.

 

Incantation:  I rise from the ashes, refreshed and renewed.  The scars left behind can no longer be viewed.  I am fit, I am strong and on top of my game. All is well in my world, and my world I reclaim.

 

Corresponded Stone: Petrified Wood

Petrified wood, like all fossils, are the perfect symbols of rebirth and fresh starts. Once-living things give way to minerals, thus rendering them durable, eternal, and magickal. Work with petrified wood or other fossils to help you let go of the past to build the future of your dreams.

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