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Protections on Divination
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Protections on Divination Tools.

A short article on protecting divination tools.

Introduction:

As a practitioner protections are important to have in place. Personally not only do I ward my home and person, but also at times, I ward my tools. Below are a few methods I have created to add protections to my tools.

Tarot-oracle:

A method I use of adding protections to my decks uses petition paper and essential oil. I use a protective oil of choice and cover the petition paper with it. I let this dry. When dry I place the scented petition somewhere between cards in my deck, which I then place in its box or a tarot bag. This method adds protections, energy, and a light scent.

Scrying ball:

To add protections to my scrying ball I use a few items. I use an incense censor as a holder. Into this censor I add a protective herbal blend and a homemade protection powder. Hoodoo candle dressing powders can work if they have protective properties. I then visualize this item charged with protective energy after placing the crystal ball atop the censor.

Runes-ogham:

As well one can add protective blends and powders in with their runes and ogham. One will visualize their protective qualities lending aid to their tools.

Warding with these methods:

I take these protections further by using these tools as wards themselves at times. My crystal ball acts as a ward I upkeep daily.

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Amazing post! I completely agree that protection is highly important. Any unwanted energies can totally mess up the results of a reading.
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