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Making holy water
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The Preparation Of Holy Water

The Altar should be provided with:
a lighted candle (white)(for fire)
a rose (also white)(for air)
a cup of rain water (this will become the holy water)
a plate of salt (for earth)
Incense and burner: (the incense should be frankincense or sandalwood, not a fruit or mix)(let it burn for a while before starting the ceremony so you have a supply of ash)(for spirit.)

Face towards the North, standing to the South of the altar.

Extend the right hand, palm downwards, over the salt, and repeat the following prayer:
May Wisdom abide in this salt and may it preserve my mind and body from all corruption.
May all phantoms depart from it so that it may become a heavenly salt,
salt of Earth and Earth of salt.
May it feed the threshing ox and strengthen my hope with the horns of the Winged Bull!
So mote it be.

Extend your hand over the ash, palm downwards as before and say:
May this ash return unto the fount of Living Water;
may it become a fertile Earth;
may it bring forth the Tree of Life.

Moving to the eastern side of the altar but facing towards the West, add the salt and the ash to the water in the cup and recite:
In the salt of eternal wisdom
Mother be Thou Adored,
in the water of preparation
Mother be Thou Adored,
in the ash whence the new Earth springeth
Mother be Thou Adored,
be all things accomplished unto the age of Ages.
So mote it be!

Notes: This is a good first ritual because it requires no special ritual items and in fact Holy Water is necessary to consecrate the dagger, pentacle, chalice and wand, so of necessity must come first. I have also found it safe to perform this ritual with no special wards or invocations.

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Re: Making holy water
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Post # 2
Fabulous! Thanks for sharing! :)
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Re: Making holy water
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Post # 3
WOW I do this VERY diffrently. Just WOW you should be on your covens Council.
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Re: Making holy water
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that is not the proper consecration of holy water.roman catholic holy water also called lustral water can be traced back to the book II kings 2:19-21.the water u have may work on lessers and ritual tools but nothing more.unless you have personally tried it on a higher in which case i doubt u'd be writing this.
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Re: Making holy water
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holy_water


I never said this was a Roman catholic holy water .. and since you think you know the answers go ahead and tell us how you do it ,

the Priest Blesses the water in the name of God ..

we can do the same just change the wording around and there are so many ways to Bless water , there isnt only the Roman Catholic way ...
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Re: Making holy water
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Post # 6
I just add salt and then fill it with my own energy.

simple.

Luzifer
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Re: Making holy water
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Im not going to criticize any methods given here,I do have respect For Pans way.and any way that the believer works for them.
Having said that ,since I was a minister in the Christian Church for several years,if any would like the method used by The Christian Church(Not THe Catholic or Roman Catholic though it is similar)
Drop me a PM and Id be glad to send it too you.
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Re: Making holy water
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Post # 8
there are those who are a bit more malevolent on this site,
so i submit this

Damnation Water:
used for dark purposes or protection.

grind asafetida, sulfer and the ashes of palm leaves blessed on palm sunday into a powder. add to the base of of holy water. there you have it, Damnation Water. enjoy
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Re: Making holy water
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tzaddishin: Holy water is any water that is holy to a tradition, religion, etc. Not just Judeo-Christian religions. For example, in the Hellenic tradition we use khernips to wash our hands ("khernips" actually literally means "wash hands", but also pertains to water blessed by Hestia's flame).

Azignis: That's interesting! Where did you learn this recipe?

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Re: Making holy water
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In this post I'll just give some info about the Catholic making of holy water (I'm not interfering in no ones religion or believes).

Catholic holy water:

- can be made only by a Catholic priest but there are special items that can be used by a non-priest to bless water

- the salt is added to repel demons (NOT the entities wiccans call demons)

- it's used for all sorts of blessings

- supposedly can be used as a weapon against the enemies of God (don't know about this one, maybe it's just Hollywood stuff)
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