Okay, so remember when I said I was gonna make a glamor spell yesterday? Well, I did. It’s still in the testing phases, but y’all are welcome to to try it out and tell me your findings/results as well so I can have a bigger testing base. Or, just, you know, whatever. If you try this, be sure you know how your skin reacts to the ingredients, or else test a small area of skin on the inside of your wrist or behind your ear for a few days before you go full tilt on this. I’ve used all of these ingredients on my skin before so I know how I react to each of them, and I’m still gonna be careful about how I react to all of them together.
So, on the the spell bits.
- 2 tablespoons of strong jasmine tea, left to cool to room temperature
- 1/2 tablespoon lemon juice
- 1 tablespoon honey
- Enough sugar to make a slightly gritty paste; fine grain sugar
- 1 dash of cinnamon
Mix them all together, this should be enough for one use, you can up the mixture to suit your needs after you know how it’ll react with your skin.
- Lemon is good for Love and Friendship
- Jasmine is good for Love and Money
- Honey is good for Love, Beauty, and Kindness
- Sugar is good for Love, Harmony, Attraction, and “Sweetening” Lies
- Cinnamon is for Success, Protection, and love/Lust
As you can see, every ingredient is aimed towards Love. Since it’s a glamor spell, I figured that playing with peoples perception of me to make myself seem closer to someone they could/would/do love, would be effective for making me more persuasive to them. I strongly considered doing one based all around persuasiveness, but that’s not really what I need. I work in customer service, and my job is a lot easier when people like me, I don’t need to convince them of anything, I just need them to be friendlier and more willing to listen to me when I try to explain something to them. Once they listen to me, I’m pretty persuasive on my own, so I just need that extra boost to get them to shut up and listen.
The sugar serves a duel purpose, it adds something slightly abrasive to scrub your face clean, and the “sweetening lies” bit is important here, because a glamor spell is a lie, and you want people to WANT to believe this lie. The cinnamon is mostly for the protection, to keep the spell from back firing and ending up with people obsessed with you.
star-weaver said: ::straightens up out of sleepy haze to yell:: fuck yes! Good person! This is a needed thing. I’m power chair bound, can’t even retrieve dropped stuff, so this is very much a thing. Can help if needed.
Yes! I would LOVE to hear about adaptations you’ve made to your practices, common barriers you’ve encountered in groups (if you do the group thing), anything! I don’t know if I’ll get a presenter slot or not, it’s a huge convention and a lot of the presenters are super big-name pagans, but even if that doesn’t happen I would still love to put together a good resource to help educate both abled and disabled people on how to make safe, awesome shared spaces!
[i’m not disabled but i’m reblogging for the signal boost—if you can help lunar, pls do. creating accessible spaces is hecka important and here you have the opportunity to help make that happen via lunar’s presentation]
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- stab this
- carve that
- shake jar
- say the thing
6. Knock pans together
8. Collect items that are completely useless but you need them anyways.
9. Stare very intensely at objects.
10. Awkwardly position your hands on it.