Color of the day: White
Incense of the day: Mint
W ater is an essential part of th e magical tool kit. With some planning, you can create an allpurpose pantry of magical waters.
You’ll need some small lidded jars (four-ounce canning jars are perfect), masking tape or labels, and a permanent marker. Label and date each sample of water you collect.
Start by collecting water from any body of water you visit. The real and remembered links to that place will be powerful.
Collect rainwater, hail, sleet, snow, or ice to use when a stormy influence is needed. Store snow and hail in the freezer.
Collect morning dew for rituals of initiation, growth, and abundance.
Collect water on the sabbats.
Collect holy water from sacred sites, or bless water using your own sacred ceremony.
For moon magic, charge water under the full or dark moon or through a full moon phase.
For solar magic, charge water under the midday sun or from sunrise to sunset.
Add gems, crystals, plants, or objects to waters to create or boost a specific magical effect.