Every day, a little something!

Domagick Day 13 The pattern of my Domagick Enchantment project is probably becoming apparent now. To draw useful qualities and resources into my life before I go back to school in September, I’ll work with a different spirit each week across June and July. I’ll invoke the spirit and run their energy through a disk […]

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June Domagick Day 11

I purposely kept my work with Ipos low key today. I charged his enchanted disk passively by carrying it in my pocket while window shopping for school. My family ventured to Ikea to look at the office furniture. I should be able to find more storage for my apartment at a decent price. It will […]

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Thanks to Purson

Purson, I give thee thanks. You have guided my hand, Sweetened my tongue, And whispered my name In all the right ears. It is done. Amen. June Domagick Day 9 The interview I had yesterday helped me decide which of the two schools I’d applied to that I liked best. Luckily, both had accepted me. […]

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Domagick Day 8

As I expected, my Domagick work today will be mostly practical. I have a school-related interview this afternoon. Afterward, I will sit and run energy briefly through the enchanted disks on my keyring before finally mailing in my loan application. I want to concentrate on the qualities I’m trying to bring into my life first. […]

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The Beauty In Mistakes

Domagick Day 7 I finally got to remake the enchanted disks for my back-to-school Domagick project last night. This meant starting my June work all over, but I’d decided the wooden ones I’d made first were too heavy for my key chain; I was willing to learn from my mistake if could find lighter materials. […]

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June Domagick Day 6

I put practical work before magick today. I spent most of the morning speaking to a trusted advisor about my back to school worries, and spent the afternoon jumping through hoops to get my student loan application in order. I’ve had to submit the same piece of identification three times now, so the wheels of […]

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