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Author Topic: Does the time of day really matter when spell casting?  (Read 16848 times)
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« Reply #3: July 30, 2010, 05:03:25 am »

I used to cast all my spells late at night, however, I am trying to fight insomnia by getting up early in the morning and getting to bed before midnight. This is such a basic question and I feel really stupid for asking, but I have never been faced with it before, so I am wondering if I really need to wait for the light of the moon to do my spell work? Would it be just as effective in the afternoon or early in the morning? Or does time of day have a significant effect on spellwork? I should add that doing spellwork earlier in the evening is not an option because my DP is home, and I just do not feel comfortable doing spells in front of him. We live in a studio-like home, so there isn't another room where I could be alone.

If being up late is not really an option, early morning is also a powerful magic time, especially the morning twilight.  Sunrise also can really help certain spells.  But there are some deities, like Hecate, that really should be called at night, but again, whether it is an hour before dawn, or eleven at night, I don't believe that it makes that much of a difference as long as it is still dark out. 

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