Basic Rules to Follow During Wand Creation

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Some helpful rules to take into account when creating a wand.

  1. Never kill a young tree for the purpose of your wand.

  2. Always take the smallest branch you can, or the smallest part of the branch that you can.

  3. When carving the wand, always try to collect the shavings and compost them.

  4. Choose a wood that you feel reflects the wand's purpose

  5. Never use a rotting or moldy stick for a wand .

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Explanations:

  • To kill a young tree to serve your pleasures and needs is wrong when you can take an old tree or use a branch that a tree casts off naturally. This wounds the environment and reflects badly, both karmic-ly and morally, on you.

  • Taking more than you need is wasteful and has the same problems as killing a young tree, albeit on a lesser scale.

  • This waste is unavoidable but you should still try to integrate it back into the environment to help new plants grow.

  • This will make sure the wood matches your intentions to offer the best results.

  • Moldy or rotting sticks will mess up the magic that you channel through the wand not to mention the dangers of infection.

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