Keystone Crystal Grid

Keystone Crystal Grid

Everyone is pretty busy these days and don’t always have time to walk your own property to set up wards.  You can create a Keystone Crystal Grid that you will use to ward your property.  I chose four crystals to represent each of the Cardinal Directions and the associated Element (they each have the elemental symbol engraved on them).  In the middle I have a Quartz Crystal Generator with a small Pentacle underneath it to represent Spirit.  I used Quartz Crystal points to point the energy towards the generator.  I then put everything in a Flower of Life Grid.  You can draw your own “map” using any symbols that are important to you to draw in the energy of the elements, and then to connect them to the generator crystal in the middle.  I charged my grid by the three nights of the Full Moon (this is what I intuitively felt needed to be done).  You can charge by the Sun if that is what you are drawn to do.

Once charged, I walked my property, placing each one of the crystals at its corresponding Cardinal Direction, holding the Quartz Generator in my other hand, setting intention as I placed each crystal.  You can bury them if that is what you feel drawn to do.  When done, I then placed the generator on my altar.  So as I see the generator crystal, I can set intention that it continually charges the other four crystals.

The nice thing about this style of warding is that if you live in an apartment, you can even place the crystal in a small pot of dirt to ward your property.

Prayer for Peace and Protection

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I ask the Goddesses and Gods all of faiths to keep the innocence safe from terrorist of all nations.

I ask the Goddesses and Gods to let all terrorist everywhere be captured and held in prisons so they can do no more harm.

I ask the Goddesses and Gods that all men and women can live peacefully with one another no matter where they are from or what religion they follow.

I ask the Goddesses and Gods to wipe out all prejudice from all our hearts and minds.

All of this I humbly pray to come to pass in our lifetime.

So mote it be.

A Tought for Today

If you are thinking of doing an astrological chart, I suggest you start with your birth chart. This is the to me id the most important chart and the easiest.

I have found over the years when doing an astrological chart it is best to combine a few different types of astrological views in combination to get the best reading for yourself or others. While most westerns use only the Sun Signs include looking at the Chinese, and Celtic/Druid information as well. This can give you a better idea of where you stand in the Universe and possibly what awaits you and makes you part of who you are.

Remember though the future is not written in stone and your actions and/or words may change what you see on your birth chart. You can also do love charts, financial charts, and other as well. This is a form of divination so if you do a chart except your birth one have a specific question to ask and keep it in your mind when doing a chart for that specific question.

I will also tell you that to do a thorough chart of any kind can be time-consuming and does not need to be completed in one sitting. If you stop and go back to it make your you ask the question exactly the same way every time. When I do a chart say for how my money situation is going to be over the next year I write my original question down and keep it with the papers for the chart I am doing, that way the question never changes until I am done with that specific chart.

I no longer to charts of any kind for anyone but myself and my family, so please do not ask me to. Thank you.

Blessed be dear ones.

Sun Astroligical SIgns and Their Cooresponding Element

Each of the twelve Sun signs correspond to one of the four basic elements of nature. Usually you feel most drawn to the element that you are born under and can work with it the easiest when doing spells and/or rituals.Those born on the cusp (three days either side of the changing from one astrological house to the next) have the advantage of having two elements they may work with well and/or drawn to. Many time though those born on the cusp feel more drawn to the sign their birth date falls closer to, for example someone born May 21st is on the cusp of Taurus and Gemini may feel a pull more towards Taraus which is Earth then Gemini which is Air or a combination of both.

Sun Signs and Their Element

EARTH:

Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn

AIR:

Gemini, Libra, Aquarius

WATER:

Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces

FIRE:

Aries, Leo, Sagittarius

FOr more reading on this topic here is a general Goggle search link:

https://www.google.com/search?q=zodiac+signs+elements+chart&oq=astroligal+signs+elements&aqs=chrome.3.69i57j0l5.18175j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8

9 Ritual Items Commonly Found at the Dollar Store

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1.  Herbs and Spices.  The spice section is great for picking up herbs and spices that can be used in sachets, incense blends, and mojo bags.  I’ve found:

-Garlic (protection)
-Basil (love)
-Chili Powder (used in hoodoo/voodoo)
-Oregano (marriage blessing/kitchen witchery)
-Onion Powder (protection)
-Chopped Onion(protection)

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2.  Sea Salt.  Sometimes it’s coarse, and sometimes it’s finely ground.  Either way, there is usually some kind of bulk salt available for circle-casting and whatnot.

3. Candles.  Tea candles, pillar candles, jar candles.  They have them all.  Personally, I prefer the unscented white ones, which are great all-purpose candles for carving symbols in and anointing with various oils.  They are generally much cheaper at the dollar store than almost anywhere else.

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4.  Seasonal decor.  I usually make a trip before any given Cross Quarter holiday for altar decorations.

5.  Incense.  Truth be told, I am not a big fan of…

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