I know there are other spell workers out there — I know about the “binding” spell and frankly, IF it works that is dandy with me. I’m just iffy about bindings if I am not more personally linked with the situation. If anyone conceives the Magical Battle of America as more effective done BY binding the “deflated orange sponge” – so be it!
But I did find these “inspirations” very humorous! Enjoy!
I was always tickled by the MacBeth witches — every time we brew mead here, they come to mind. All that “cauldron brew and cauldron bubble” stuff, you know? A carboy full of mead is full of roiling wee yeasty beasty bubbles — you can hear their pop and fizz! I have been contemplating starting a batch with the command that these tiny living things, with each pop and fizzle – move a magical agenda forward; a sort of alcoholic prayer wheel effect, so to speak?!
Tomorrow there will be a new post up at HecateDemeter for the continued effort. I am feeling an increased “vibe” so to speak; the working feels easier with repetition. Since I am not the most “visually” inclined person, most of my cues to being “there” are still auditory — wind whipping “banners” (which for me are element shaded, with no pictures), splash sounds, human whispers, etc.
How is it for you? I must say, as a solitary sort, I don’t much know how it goes in a coven. But I’m pretty sure it isn’t as silent as this “virtual room”!