- “Bless these hands as they pen the words to paper,
- May the inks flow easily, and legibly.
- Bring guidance to those who respect this tome,
- For what it is, for what it will become,
- And, may those who don’t, have the misfortune,
- to never truly understand the truths within.”
My altar for Mabon
Hey!!!Thanks for the follow,I really appreciate it.Your Tumblr is about witch/Wiccan stuff right?Got anything/any info pertaining to Werewolves,Were animals in general,or animal shifting?I’m trying to become a werewolf,but so far with no luck.(My goal is to become either a werewolf,a werecat,or a weredragon.Or an awesome combo of all three)
Hello! No problem about the follow – happy to.
My tumblr is about those things, mainly, yes.
Werewolves from what I know are generally not something one can just “turn into.” You either are one or you are not. While, you can awaken to your true nature as well, later in life, it is what you are, and have been. Shifting would take place more in your astral form, then you actual , physical form. If you are a were-creature, generally, you would not be more than one type.
Here is a helpful link as well for more information from history/folklore:
As an alternative to burning it over smoldering charcoal – this is what I use, ( for times when I don’t have an cauldron or another incense holder that is safe for that sort). Instead of burning the incense, I fill a small saucepan with water, boil the water until steaming, and then place a teaspoon or two of the powder incense into the water and stir. Then I let it continue to steam on the heat for a few minutes, and let the incense scent rise with the steam. When the water boils or begins to, turn off your stove.
*NOTE: You can let let it sit on the hot burner and steam up till it cools. Also, the liquid mix afterwards can then be placed in jars, or a small bowl or cup, and used as an offering on your altar or elsewhere. (Just dispose of it after a few days )
SIDE NOTE: You can also seal the bottle/jar with wax, to make it a longer lasting offering – or make spell jars this way with the water/incense.