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« Topic Start: August 26, 2008, 08:45:16 pm »

I am in need of some ideas for a spell in order to help prevent our car from becoming damaged. The road on which we live on is in pretty bad shape at the moment, and no matter how carefully and how slowly we drive, in the past three months we have had to buy three new tires! Each time the tire has had a rock embedded into it so deep that it was unable to be fixed, and we've had to buy new. Needless to say, it's becoming very expensive.

Could anybody help me out with some ideas for a spell to help prevent this from occuring yet again? I'm racking my brain trying to think of something, but so far haven't come up with anything. Typically my spell-casting has more to do with banishment and protection for the home and family.

So, any ideas?
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« Reply #1: August 26, 2008, 09:18:51 pm »


Maybe I should have posted this in the 101 folder?
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« Reply #2: August 26, 2008, 09:24:34 pm »

Maybe I should have posted this in the 101 folder?

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« Reply #3: August 26, 2008, 09:27:09 pm »

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« Reply #4: August 26, 2008, 10:04:48 pm »

The road on which we live on is in pretty bad shape at the moment, and no matter how carefully and how slowly we drive, in the past three months we have had to buy three new tires! Each time the tire has had a rock embedded into it so deep that it was unable to be fixed, and we've had to buy new. Needless to say, it's becoming very expensive.

So, any ideas?

At the risk of sounding mundane.  Have you looked into getting thicker tires?
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« Reply #5: August 26, 2008, 10:56:33 pm »

I am in need of some ideas for a spell in order to help prevent our car from becoming damaged. The road on which we live on is in pretty bad shape at the moment, and no matter how carefully and how slowly we drive, in the past three months we have had to buy three new tires! Each time the tire has had a rock embedded into it so deep that it was unable to be fixed, and we've had to buy new. Needless to say, it's becoming very expensive.

Could anybody help me out with some ideas for a spell to help prevent this from occuring yet again? I'm racking my brain trying to think of something, but so far haven't come up with anything. Typically my spell-casting has more to do with banishment and protection for the home and family.

So, any ideas?

If it were me, I'd go complain at the city/county road department, with the reciepts for the new tires. Also see if the place you took them to get fixed would write a letter or sign something that says what happened. *Shrug* Not that many public offices have much sympathy, but maybe if you and others who live on your road complain, something will get done about it. Take pictures of the next time it happens, so that you have proof instead of having a 'she said/he said' thing going on. Then if you don't get the answers you want or like, then maybe go to the state road department.

Sorry that's about the only advice I have. I don't know of any spells that would help, unless they can move rock.  Cheesy
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« Reply #6: August 26, 2008, 11:03:11 pm »

At the risk of sounding mundane.  Have you looked into getting thicker tires?

Unfortunately the only thing that would be thicker is the lugs of the tread. The actual base of the tire (from the inside plys to where they put the tread rubber on, which is about 3/8 of an inch at the most) is basically the same thickness no matter what type of tread you get. For example, a mud tire and a high performance tire are really close to the same thickness from the deepest part of the tread to the inner plys, so the only gain you would get from the mud tires in this situation, is more rocks stuck in the tread to go through the inner tire.

*Sigh.....*This is what I get for having an ex who worked in a tire store for 10 years while we were together.  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #7: August 26, 2008, 11:15:52 pm »

I am in need of some ideas for a spell in order to help prevent our car from becoming damaged. The road on which we live on is in pretty bad shape at the moment, and no matter how carefully and how slowly we drive, in the past three months we have had to buy three new tires! Each time the tire has had a rock embedded into it so deep that it was unable to be fixed, and we've had to buy new. Needless to say, it's becoming very expensive.

Could anybody help me out with some ideas for a spell to help prevent this from occuring yet again? I'm racking my brain trying to think of something, but so far haven't come up with anything. Typically my spell-casting has more to do with banishment and protection for the home and family.

So, any ideas?


ground your car each and every time you drive-visualize a grounding cord in the four corners of the car, connecting in the center of the roof, and then going through the car into the earth.

Charm your car. protective herbs, rosemary and sage and salt, clear quartz for amplification, and any other protective stone tht sounds good to you; garnet comes to mind, for some reason. Put everything in a white linen charm bag with gold or red thread (that's how I usually make protection charms, anyway) and charge it up. Do whatever protective ritual seems good to you-write your specific protection request, or sing or chant it into the charm bag, or whatever sounds good-if you want specific ideas, I will be happy to give some more, I am sure lots of of other folks here will as well.  Hang it from the rearview mirror. And act in accord, as others have suggested.
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« Reply #8: August 26, 2008, 11:24:09 pm »

At the risk of sounding mundane.  Have you looked into getting thicker tires?

Lol, sometimes the mundane works better than the magical  Smiley  And yes we have pretty thick tires; I'm no tire expect but my husband is a car mechanic so I trust that he thinks of these things.
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« Reply #9: August 26, 2008, 11:27:01 pm »

If it were me, I'd go complain at the city/county road department, with the reciepts for the new tires. Also see if the place you took them to get fixed would write a letter or sign something that says what happened. *Shrug* Not that many public offices have much sympathy, but maybe if you and others who live on your road complain, something will get done about it. Take pictures of the next time it happens, so that you have proof instead of having a 'she said/he said' thing going on. Then if you don't get the answers you want or like, then maybe go to the state road department.

Letters have been written by the majority of people who live on this road (and it's a very long road) to the county road department. Every once in a while they make a show of coming to fix it and then fill in just one pot hole and we don't see them again for months. That's a good idea about getting the tire place to write a letter though...hmm...
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« Reply #10: August 26, 2008, 11:28:28 pm »


I like the idea of the charm bag- thanks, rose!
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« Reply #11: August 28, 2008, 05:29:55 pm »

I am in need of some ideas for a spell in order to help prevent our car from becoming damaged. The road on which we live on is in pretty bad shape at the moment, and no matter how carefully and how slowly we drive, in the past three months we have had to buy three new tires! Each time the tire has had a rock embedded into it so deep that it was unable to be fixed, and we've had to buy new. Needless to say, it's becoming very expensive.

Could anybody help me out with some ideas for a spell to help prevent this from occuring yet again? I'm racking my brain trying to think of something, but so far haven't come up with anything. Typically my spell-casting has more to do with banishment and protection for the home and family.

So, any ideas?

Have you considered working a honey jar or some other type of sweetening spell on the road commission?  Try charming, or even compelling the people in charge into fixing the road and maybe you won't have to worry about fixing the car.
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« Reply #12: August 28, 2008, 08:45:39 pm »

Have you considered working a honey jar or some other type of sweetening spell on the road commission?  Try charming, or even compelling the people in charge into fixing the road and maybe you won't have to worry about fixing the car.

Well, I don't usually like working magic on other people, but then again we are getting pretty desperate! As are most of the other people on this road.
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« Reply #13: August 28, 2008, 09:10:40 pm »

Have you considered working a honey jar or some other type of sweetening spell on the road commission?  Try charming, or even compelling the people in charge into fixing the road and maybe you won't have to worry about fixing the car.

I would go along this line myself. To correct the situation rather than a constant working and such to protect.

Well, I don't usually like working magic on other people, but then again we are getting pretty desperate! As are most of the other people on this road.

Perhaps direct the city body itself, to see the problem. Bring it to the surface for the job to be done.
Sounds like this affects many people, manifesting such a spell/working would be helping a lot of people as well.
A good thing for sure.
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« Reply #14: August 28, 2008, 09:16:35 pm »

Perhaps direct the city body itself, to see the problem. Bring it to the surface for the job to be done.
Sounds like this affects many people, manifesting such a spell/working would be helping a lot of people as well.
A good thing for sure.

That's a good idea. That way I don't feel as though I'm directing it at one individual person. It would help a lot of people if the road were fixed. I'm surprised they haven't done it for the hospital's benefit- this is the main ambulance route between our two neighbouring towns!
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