4 Weather Spells from Shaman's Way

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4 Weather Spells from Shaman's Way

Included in this list of 4 Weather Spells
  1. A Fire Protection Spell
  2. Purification
  3. To Make Sun Water
  4. To Frighten a Storm
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#1 - A Fire Protection Spell

Protection through fire magick.
You may need:

  • Wood
  • Matches
  • Water
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    You may need:

  • Wood
  • Matches
  • Water
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    In a clear spot at least 20 feet in diameter, gather together plenty of wood, matches, and a quantity of water. Taking up one of the sticks of wood, draw a rough circle about 11 feet in diameter. Determine the directions(use a compass. the sun, moon, stars) and lay a small fire at each point just inside the cricle: north, south, east, west.

    Lay the fires, but do not light them. Next to each, place enough fuel to keep them burning at least half an hour.

    Walking up to the south first, light the fire, shouting these words as you do:

    Nothing from the south can harm me!

    Move to the west.
    Light the fire and say:

    Nothing from the west can harm me!

    Then to the north and repeat, and finally the east.

    Snatch up a burning stick from the southern fire and thrust it at the sky above you(be careful of burning sparks and ashes) and say:

    Nothing from above can harm me!

    Next throw the flaming wood on the earth and say:

    Nothing from below can harm me!

    Replace the stick in the southern fire and sit in the center of the circle, watching the fires burn. As necessary, add more fuel. Know that the fires are literally burning away all that comes to harm you, on every level.

    Firmly implant in your mind the sight of the fires burning around you, the feel of their heat(which can become intense), their light, and their protective qualities.

    When the fires begin to die and you feel the power ebbing, bury the fires with earth or sand, douse with water, and obliterate the circle you've drawn on the ground.

    Leave the area but retain the fiery circle of protection within your memory, so that it can be recalled at any time you feel the need for protection: physical, spiritual, or mental.

    If you are prevented from performing this ritual outdoors, substitue four large red candles for the fires. Proceed with the spell above, lighting the candles rather than fires, until all four are lit and you have said the words.

    Then, instead of taking a burning stick, pick up the southern candle and hold it carefully over your head. Say the words, then place the candle on the ground, saying those words. When the ritual is done, pinch out the candles, beginning with the west (never blow them out).


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    #2 - Purification

    Purification with fire magick.
    You may need:

  • Fire (of course)
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    If you wish to be free from habit, thought, idea, past associations, guilt, or blockage; take the symbols of that problem--whatever it may be-- and throw them onto a raging fire. The fire will consume the power they had over you.

    For the symbols, think a moment--if you overeat, take a portion of your favorite food and throw it in. For smoking or drinking, do the same. For problems that utilize no concrete objects, draw a symbol or image and burn it.



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    #3 - To Make Sun Water

    Teaches you how to make sun water that gives you energy and cleans the bad energy.
    You may need:

  • Water
  • Sea salt
  • Normal salt
  • Common salt
  • Table salt
  • (At least 2 types of salt)
  • Dry chili
  • Dry lemon grass
  • Some black and white pepper
  • Sugar
  • 2 yellow candles
  • 2 orange candles
  • Charcoal
  • Lighter
  • A empty things that can support heat and water, something like box, or maybe jar.
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    You may need:

  • Water
  • Sea salt
  • Normal salt
  • Common salt
  • Table salt
  • (At least 2 types of salt)
  • Dry chili
  • Dry lemon grass
  • Some black and white pepper
  • Sugar
  • 2 yellow candles
  • 2 orange candles
  • Charcoal
  • Lighter
  • A empty things that can support heat and water, something like box, or maybe jar.
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    You MUST perform this spell in 12:00pm, in the noon under the hot sun.

    Put the water in a jar or something empty. Mix 1000mL either 2 types of salts into the water while add on the dry chili and dry lemon grass. Add also some black and white paper while chanting the following:

    Hu jiao hu jiao...
    Hu jiao de li liang shi zui da de!!!

    Add some sugar into it, after that chant:

    Tang tang tang, rang wo bian mei!

    Under the beaker or jar, put charcoal and light the fire. Burn the beaker or jar for the whole afternoon, light the 2 yellow candles in the left side while the 2 orange color on the right side until 5:59pm.
    After that chant the following 10 times:

    Jie yi min de huo ran jie yong, yong de fen fen rao hu shang deng lie wu.

    Make sure you take the water in your house after 5:59pm and put again in the next noon 12:00 pm.

    Repeat these steps for 49 days under the hot sun. Sun water is well prepare. Although this is quite complicated, but the water is very useful and yet the ingredients are easy to find. Put a cup in the place you want, it will protect you from bad energy and thus heal your light wound after washing with it. It also gives you good luck after bath with it.




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    #4 - To Frighten a Storm

    To keep a storm from coming your way.
    You may need:

  • Knife (could be an axe or anything with a blade)
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    You may need:

  • Knife (could be an axe or anything with a blade)
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    HIA' UNÁLE (ATEST'YÏ)
    Yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi', Yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi'--Yû!

    Sgë! Ha-nâ'gwa hïnahûn'ski tayï'. Ha-tâ'sti-gwû gûnska'ihû. Tsûtali'i-gwati'na halu'`nï. Kû'nigwati'na dula'ska galû'nlati-gwû witu'ktï. Wigûnyasë'hïsï. Â'talï tsugû'nyï wite'tsatanû'nûnsï' nûnnâhï tsane'lagï de'gatsana'wadise'stï. Kûnstû' dutsasû'nï atû'nwasûtë'hahï' tsûtûneli'sestï. Sgë!

    Translation.
    THIS IS TO FRIGHTEN A STORM.
    Yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi', Yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi', yuhahi'--Yû!

    Listen! O now you are coming in rut. Ha! I am exceedingly afraid of you. But yet you are only tracking your wife. Her footprints can be seen there directed upward toward the heavens. I have pointed them out for you. Let your paths stretch out along the tree tops (?) on the lofty mountains (and) you shall have them (the paths) lying down without being disturbed, Let (your path) as you go along be where the waving branches meet. Listen!

    Explanation.
    This formula, from A`yû'ninï's book, is for driving away, or ''frightening'' a storm, which threatens to injure the growing corn. The first part is a meaningless song, which is sting in a low tone in the peculiar style of most of the sacred songs. The storm, which is not directly named, is then addressed and declared to be coming on in a fearful manner on the track of his wife, like an animal in the rutting season. The shaman points out her tracks directed toward the upper regions and begs the storm spirit to follow her along the waving tree tops of the lofty mountains, where he shall be undisturbed.

    The shaman stands facing the approaching storm with one hand stretched out toward it (the knife in hand). After repeating the song and prayer he gently blows in the direction toward which he wishes it to go, waving his hand in the same direction as though pushing away or cutting the storm. A part of the storm is usually sent into the upper regions of the atmosphere. If standing at the edge of the field, he holds a blade of corn in one hand while repeating the ceremony.



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