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POSTED UNDER Rain, Water

Spell: Global Warming Spell

Color of the Day
Incense of the Day
 
10-24-09
Color of the day: Indigo
Incense of the day: Patchouli

By now, most people understand the threat of global warming. Part of this problem comes down to one thing: it breaks the buffering effect. For example, forests absorb rain, releasing water slowly back into the sky; this buffers the tendency for flood and drought cycles. Clear-cutting forests destroys that buffer. Worldwide, we are watching the weather get more extreme: bigger storms, longer droughts, fiercer heat waves, etc. Here's a spell to help buffer the weather. You'll need a small bowl of hot water, a small bowl of cold water, a large bowl, and a besom (or a bundle of twigs). Pour the hot and cold water into the large bowl. Dip the besom in the tepid water and flick it in a circle around you, saying:
Not too hot,
Not too cold:
Just right.
Not too wet,
Not too dry:
Just right.
As above,So below:
Just right!
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