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Author Topic: Proper cleansing of ritual tools  (Read 11661 times)
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« Reply #13: October 10, 2007, 07:26:32 pm »

So what do you suggest?
I leave things on a windowsill in the sun/moon for a few days, and then maybe do a bubble of friendly, clean, white energy around it with my hands. If something has a feeling *that* bad, I probably wouldn't really want to work with it anyway!

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One last question...  For MUNDANE items that are going to make their way into the ritual circle just for certain occassions but are not magickal in nature (like inexpensive altar decorations for Sabbats, reference paperbacks, etc) do these things need to be cleansed too or are they OK to use as is?  I can't imagine most folks ritually cleansing every item they have nearby for special times, it just seems impractical)  What about candles?
Things like that I would generally include in the general cleansing done at the beginning of a ritual.
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