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Moon Phase: any
Prep: ground and center (emergency use only!)
Tools: sword or wand, silver or dark blue glitter
Corresponding Color: silver or deep blue
Corresponding Herb (s): broom or frankincense
Corresponding Elements: water and air
Corresponding Crystal: hematite
Reason: when a major storm is approaching
Take some frankincense and a hematite stone, place them on a pentacle you've
drawn on the ground (with your sword or wand). Place the tool of your choice in
the middle of the pentacle and while holding the stone in your hand say:
Morrigan goddess of the storm I ask for your help in every form, turn it back into
the sea, absorb it into the rock into the tree, send this storm far from me.
And if my Goddess does agree than manifest please make it be!
Than take the silver or deep blue glitter and sprinkle it around the perimeter of the
pentacle and let some fall off of your hand into the wind. Leave the stone as an
offering to the elements and the Goddess. Please Note : that if the storm does
not come to your back yard it will go to someone else's, try not to deplete your
land of anything it needs just for the sake of seeing if you can do it.
The Goddess is ever watching...our beautiful mother, blessed be

Items: 1 black Candle
Light the candle the night before the day you want the snowday. Then recite this 3 times:
Goddess Hecate,
I call upon thee,
make tomorrow a snowday,
so mote it be.
note: This spell must be used to catch up on work, or something important,
not to laze around or it will either not work, or backfire. Must use new candle every time.

You will need:
One peppercorn
A pinch of salt
Pinch of powdered ginger
Pinch of powdered cloves
A small pinch of red cotton cloth
Place the peppercorn in you bowl saying and visualizing:
I charge you with protection
Place the salt in saying: I charge you with stability
Place the cayenne pepper in saying: I charge you with warmth.
Place the ginger in saying: I charge you with protection
Place the cloves in saying: I charge you with protection.
Mix the assembled spices and salt with your fingers, visualize yourself having a
safe health, guarded time. Now transfer the hers to the center of the cloth squares.
Fold in half and in half again and sew up the ends. Carry this with you.
Make a new charm ever snowy season.

Take some water in your hands and say:
Rain, rain, come our way.
Fill the sky, soothe the land.
I give you water from my hand.

this poem might seem a bit silly but it does work you will need:
a map of the area you want the rain some rice
bowl filled with water or small river
you may wish to add candles/incense to suit you
Conjure up your magic circle
Place the rice over the exact area you wish it to rain and chant the following:
on these places that there is rice
some seasonal rain would be nice
but not so much the rain should flood
or those in need would drown in mud
Anu and Lou blessed be
and as my will so mote it be
(*note* anu and lou are another name for god and goddess)
say this till you feel is right the fold the map with the rice still in it and submerge in water.
Thank the gods again and close the circle. it should rain in a week or so--or repeat if
needed you can slightly change the chant to suit your needs

Take a container of some kind (I used a blue bottle cap) and pour some water into it,
preferably mineral water or spring water but any will do. then put some salt in it and leave it
on a windowsill if it is sunny or windy (if windy you need to make sure that it is secured and
wont blow away). If it is wet outside or humid and the water will not evaporate away, leave it
in your house in a warm place or by a window. As you pour the salt in, imagine the mixture
becoming the clouds in the sky visualize it evaporating and the clouds evaporating with it.
Then leave it to evaporate in its place. Only remove when all of the water has gone.

Charge yourself in the star position on a lots of watery fruits and veg and drink water...
Cleanse some water with salt and bless it in the name of the goddess...
Place it on your altar and say that you want its spiritual value on the astral plane multiplied by a million...
Then take it to the tree you charged from...offer it up to the sky after placing a drop of it on the tree
and on your forehead...hold it above your head...ask the elements to collect it and visualize a spout
of water pushing from your feet through your body and blasting out of your head high into the air...
then through the chalice of water into the air and thank the air and water elementals!
This spell will bring rain soon!

Needed: Broom (the plant) It is a gorse type plant with prickly yellow flowers
A small bowl
A red candle
*the red candle is for lightning, if you do not want lightning don't use the candle.
Light the candle.
Pour the water into the bowl and say:
"Rains of time for what it's worth empty thine eyes upon this earth."
stir the water with a spoon imagine a huge storm cell forming
Place the broom into the water , broom brings the winds. Say this:
"Winds shall follow effortlessly
tearing through every limb of tree"
continue to stir the mixture imagining the storm getting bigger
Add the rice, this is to cause the down pour you don't have to say anything for the rice
just start stirring really fast.
Add the hot wax from the candle... and say:
"Lightning strike quick and long
make it last make it strong"
Add the salt, the salt seals the mixture and say:
"By the powers of three times three let it be"
Take the mixture and throw it outside into the wind.
Now if I were you I would seriously make a protection mixture and
sprinkle it on your window sills.
There is not a way that I know of to stop the coming storm be prepared.

You will need: suntan lotion carnelian or red jasper crystal orange candle Light the candle, rub
suntan lotion into your hands and toss the crystal from palm to palm seven times as you say:
"Goddess Sol bless and decree that the sun shall shine on me" Do this every morning leading
up to your holiday or event that you want sunshine for.
Comfrey and Aloe Vera Soap This soap was inspired by a problem patch of comfrey that had
begun to overtake an entire section of my garden fifteen years ago. I was looking for a good
use for the plant so that the plant's demise would not seem so cruel. I spent an entire day harvesting
what seemed like a mile of comfrey root. I carefully washed and then dried the root on screens in the
attic of my barn. The next task was to powder the root. Then I began experiments incorporating the
root into soap formulas. Soon it became obvious to me that comfrey root powder turned soap into
something splendid for sensitive skin. The green and mucilaginous comfrey plants give the soap a
special healing, soothing quality as well as a beautiful dark violet color. Collect and dry enough
comfrey root to produce 4 ounces of powder (about one foot-long root). Roots must be thoroughly
dry before pulverizing in a food processor. Oil Blends: 24 ounces olive oil 24 ounces coconut oil 38
ounces vegetable shortening (Crisco) Alkaline Solution: 12 ounces sodium hydroxide (lye) 32 ounces
rain-, spring, distilled, or tap water Essential or Fragrance Oil: 2 ounces each lavender, rosemary, and
aloe vera oil Other: 4 ounces comfrey root powder BB maiya - i am hoked on making my own and my
huse loks like the one from The Film "Practical Magick" full of Jars of this and that and herbs growing
or drying.