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honey jar spell
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Post # 1
I cast my first honey jar spell. The jar was full when I started. After burning the candle the jar isn't as full. It's about an inch below where it was when I began. Does this mean the spell is working?
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Re: honey jar spell
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Post # 2
I just did my first one too. And boy is it working! I did notice that i had more space in my jar after a couple days. I think the sugar in mine dissolved and as the honey settled it created more space. From my undrstanding,you want to heat it by the sun and via the candles. So the warmth could be making it more fluidy and not so thick. I wouldjust say, keep working it. Thats what im doin. I posted yesterday about my jar ingredients. Good luck
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Re: honey jar spell
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Post # 3
please tell me more about the honey jar spell
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Re: honey jar spell
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 4

Honey Jar spells are used to sweeten the disposition of one person towards a different specific person. Often they are used in conjunction with other love or romance magic however they can be useful for helping any type of relationship. This type of spell jar requires honey and other sweeteners such as sugar, nectar, or maple syrup. Other items added to the jar include personal items of the one whom needs to be sweetened as well as other herbs to help with ones thoughts and actions. Once filled the jar is sealed and then charged with energy. Pink or red candles are often burned directly on top the the jar for several days at the inception of the spell however they are also burned to help maintain the spells energy level at certain intervals. These intervals are up to the caster and can be once a moon cycle usually during the waxing to full or once a day for several hours.

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Re: honey jar spell
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Post # 5
I looked up a honey jar money spell while waiting for a response here.
Notebook went out of charge so I did not get it all.
Thank you though, I will look into your explanation of what it is for.
Can you elaborate on how it is done as well?
And thank you.
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Re: honey jar spell
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 6

The key is to keep the jar full of energy. Sometimes this requires mundane actions as well as the magical. Along with keeping the energy charged in the spell you will also want to keep your own thoughts on the person sweet. You can't expect a honey jar spell to work if you are not treating or thinking of the person the jar is to sweeten with positive actions.

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Re: honey jar spell
By: / Novice
Post # 7
I am curious to know what the caster thinks is the reason there is considerably less honey in the jar. Reason says that it settled with the other ingredients that were in the jar. But if there was a significant correlation to the spell and the lessening of honey i sure would like to hear it.
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Re: honey jar spell
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Post # 8
i know that some tincture makers sometimes joke that
the" tincture faeries" drink from the tincture for the first few days.
it is a way of humorously dealing with the ingredients settling.
yes dry and fresh ingredients settle according to the air or moisture in them.
i am inclined to think that with honey this would happen too.
i too would like the explanation given by the honey jar spell makers.
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Re: honey jar spell
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 9

Honey is a liquid and therefore can be absorbed into dry ingredients such as herbs.

Often when pouring honey it may also become mixed with air which causing bubbles to form. As the jar sits still the honey settles and the bubbles rise to the top. This is also why some choose to shake their jars to infuse energy into the spell. The agitation adds energy and the rising bubbles continue to keep it moving almost like it is boiling without heat.

It is also common to sit the jar in the sun and on a hot day this will cause the honey to expand. Once it cools again the honey will obviously contract.

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