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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  


The ankh is the Egyptian symbol of eternal life and is also known as the Key of Life. There is speculation that it is an evolved form of, or associated with the Egyptian glyph for magical protection, Sa. In ancient times, it was worn with two other hieroglyphs that meant "strength" and "health."  In modern times, the Ankh is usually worn as an amulet; a protector, or something which is considered to bring good luck to the wearer.  It serves as an antenna or conduit for the divine power of life that permeates the universe and provides the wearer with protection from the evil forces of decay and degeneration. 


Sometimes we feel as though we are just going through the necessary motions and deep inside are wasting away. You have been dealing with some of these feelings recently.  It’s as if everything has lost its luster and you’ve fallen down the rabbit hole. Nothing is horribly wrong, but it isn’t quite right either.


When you are having one of those days, use the energy of this card to turn these feelings around.  Hold the card in your hand, stare at the symbol and repeat the words “Strength, Health and Life”  three times.  The number three resonates with the energies of optimism and joy, manifesting your desires and clarity.


Incantation:  I’m strong and healthy, full of life, free me from the  daily strife.  Life will change from dark to light.  The future does indeed look bright.


Corresponding Stone: Carnelian

Carnelian was revered by the people of ancient Egypt, and was often fashioned into ankh-shaped talismans. Use carnelian to provide a boost of vital energy and offer you strength when you need an extra push.

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