Thursday This is Your Spell – Call for Snow :)

November 6, 2008 at 2:04 pm (Children, Christmas, Fun, Kids, Spell, Thursday, Witch, Witchlets, Yule)

* SPELL TO CALL FOR SNOW *
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Needed:

  • Candles:1 blue, 1 gray, 1 white
  • A bowl of shaved ice

It is best to do this spell on a Monday. Burn a blue candle at North, a white candle at East, and a gray candle at West. Sit at the South, with the bowl of shaved Ice in the middle, and say this spell till the ice melts:

"God and Goddess that I seek
I hope that this sounds not too meek.
I ask of you to make it snow
And to make the cold winter winds blow.
Now that I ask this of you
I will help to make it true."

* Weather Magic For Snow or Rain *
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Spell Timing November and December.  Waxing moon to bring a specific type of weather, waning moon to stop it. Water signs and Wednesday to encourage precipitation, fire signs and Sunday for dryness. Sprinkle rice clockwise while another person or a musical tape plays slowly increasing drum beats. This sympathetic magic can work to bring rain or snow; for rain, I suggest dyeing the rice blue. This type of rain magic was common in the ancient Far East. Alternative tools here include shaking a rattle or rain stick (an African tradition), turning on a sprinkler, or even using a spritzer bottle. In European folklore it is said that hitting wet rags against stone or shaking a wet broom upon the ground can similarly encourage precipitation.

Disclaimer: No one involved in this blog or its contents may be held responsible for any adverse reactions arising from following any of the instructions/recipes on this list. It is the reader’s personal responsibility to exercise all precautions and use his or her own discretion if following any instructions or advice from this blog.

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