OKAY MY FRIENDS, LISTEN UP

DOES YOUR PHONE OR CAMERA OR ELECTRONIC DEVICE DIE SUPER QUICKLY ESPECIALLY AT THE WORST TIMES OR WHEN YOU NEED IT THE MOST? 

I HAVE A SOLUTION TO ALL OF YOUR PROBLEMS

THIS LITTLE FUCKER 

IT LITERALLY IS A LIFE SAVER. ITS SO SMALL. LIKE. THE SMALLEST PORTABLE BATTERY I HAVE EVER SEEN. AND IT CHARGES YOUR PHONE BACK TO 100% TWO. TIMES. 

ALL YOU DO IT CHARGE IT, WHICH TAKES 3 HOURS. JUST PLUG IT IN OVERNIGHT OR WHEN YOU’RE NOT USING IT. IT WILL CHARGE YOUR PHONE BACK TO 100% TWICE. 

THATS RIGHT. 

AND THATS NOT EVEN THE BEST PART.

IT ONLY COSTS $4.88 AT WALMART. FIVE. DOLLARS. FOR THIS THING. YOU DONT HAVE TO SPEND $90 ON SOME CHARGING CASE THAT BREAKS IN A WEEK. 

IT CAN FIT IN YOUR POCKET, YOUR PURSE, YOUR SHIRT, YOUR BAG, YOUR HAND. YOU NAME IT. ITS SO SMOL. 

AND IT  CAN BE YOURS. AND I PROMISE ITS THE BEST INVESTMENT YOU WILL EVER MAKE. 

JUST GO TO WALMART AND BUY IT FOR $4.88 AND IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE. YOU’RE WELCOME IN ADVANCE.

REBLOG THIS TO HELP SOME FOLLOWERS WHO MAY HAVE LONG WORK DAYS, OR LONG DAYS OF TRAVELING, SCHOOL, SPORTS OR CONCERTS OR VACATION. OR EVEN JUST A DAY OUT. 

Charging Methods

This is no where near all the ways you can charge things so feel free to add to the list or send me other methods. I intend to go back and add to it occasionally.

Fire

  • Draw it on paper (or something safe to burn) and burn it
  • Draw it on a firework and set it off
  • Carve it into a candle, light it, and let the sigil melt away
  • Place it close to a flame to absorb the light and heat

Air

  • Draw it on wind chimes and hang them up
  • Draw it on a balloon, blow the balloon up, and pop it

Water

  • Draw it on something soluble and dissolve it in water
  • Draw it on a rock (or something non-soluble) and place it in running water
  • Draw it with something food safe on a tea bag and drink it (It’s more using a sigil to charge the tea, but whatever)
  • Draw it on yourself then take a shower and let it wash away

Earth

  • Draw it on something biodegradable and bury it
  • Transfer energy from previously charged crystals

Light

  • Place it in the sun or moonlight
  • Draw it with/in something that will disappear: lemon juice on paper, fog in a mirror, etc.
  • Paint it with glow in the dark paint, the light used to charge the paint and its own glow charges the sigil

Technology

  • Place it on/under a device that is plugged in and charging
  • Open the image on your computer and play a video game on top of it
  • Use the sigil as your background or screensaver or just leave it up for a while to be charged by the screen’s light and energy of the computer
  • Open the sigil in a paint or photo editing program, cut it to pieces, and delete them (like you would tear up a piece of paper)
  • Place the sigil on/near speakers and play music (match the music to the intent of the sigil)
  • Post the sigil on social media with the intent that it charge with every like/reblog/thumbs up/etc.

Personal Energy (Mental and Physical)

  • Direct your own personal energies into the sigil (How to)
  • Draw it on yourself or something you have on you as you exercise: dance, run, play sport, etc.
  • Draw it on the bottom of the shoe and walk around on it all day
  • Have the sigil on/near you and focus on it as you have sex/masturbate and orgasm
  • Have the sigil on/near you and focus on it while experiencing pain
  • Have the sigil on/near you and focus on it while experiencing extreme emotion
  • Add a drop of blood to the sigil

Other

  • Sing or play an instrument to it
  • Place it in a music box, wind it up and let the music charge it
  • Draw it on paper and tear the paper up
  • Draw the sigil with food or carve it into food and eat it (bonus if it’s baked/cooked/etc.)

Basic Charging / Casting Circle

I recently got a few messages from witches wondering how to charge items using the elements. Most of them were familiar with how to charge items with moonlight or sunlight but were a little confused as to how they should go about charging items using the elements. Overall, charging items using the elements is pretty easy. Here are a few methods:

  • To charge something with the element of fire either bathe it in the light of a fire, smoke or flames.
  • To charge something with the element of water either drop a few drops of water on the item, fully submerge the item in water (sink/bathtub/lake/pond/stream/ocean) or leave the item out in the rain.
  • To charge something with the element of earth either sprinkle some dirt on the item, bury it or charge it using rocks/stones/crystals.
  • To charge something with the element of air either blow air onto the item, leave the item out in the wind or bathe the item in smoke from incense.

If you wanted to you could charge something using all five elements (water, fire, earth, air and spirit) using a basic charging/casting circle. All you have to do is draw the circle above, put the item you want to charge in the centre of the pentacle, put representations of each element in their appropriate circle and then place your palm in the circle which represents spirit/self. Then, if you have a chant/incantation etc. say it and charge your item.

And there you go. I wish you all the best with your charging.

-          Marci

Charging 101: The Quick Basics

You’ve probably heard the verb “to charge” in the context of sigils, charms, or other related spellwork. But what exactly is charging? And how do you go about it?

Charging

When you charge something, you’re using an external source of energy to power your item. The goal is to draw energy from a larger “battery” source, such as the sun or a crystal, into the object you’re charging.

What can I charge?

Many spells, ritual consecrations, and talismans have instructions to be charged as part of their method. Sigils, for instance, need to be charged before use. Sacred water often needs charging by moon, salt, or sunlight. You can charge any tool, talisman, jewelry, tarot deck, or magickal item you wish whenever you want, to keep it “powered up”, however!

Charging Methods

  • Moonlight - Place your item so it’s illuminated by the moon. Charge it overnight if you wish!
  • Crystal - If you have a pre-charged or cleansed crystal (and you can cleanse one by running it under cold water), you can place it on top of or next to the item to charge it. Crystals can be used as “charging batteries” in this way!
  • Earth - Lay your item out on fresh earth or on the ground. Press your hands into it and feel the Earth lend its power to, and draw excess energies from, the item.
  • Personal Power - Placing your hands together over, or against, the item, and drawing power from the ground, air, or your usual power source, then directing it into the item.
  • Candle - Lighting a candle with intent by, or on, the item. The candle is usually left to burn out.
  • Fire - This method is used when an item is to be consumed, such as a sigil on paper. Non-flammable items can also come into brief contact with fire (such as a candle flame) for charging.


There are dozens more methods - these are just a start! Find the method that suits both yourself and your intent, and it’ll all come easily.

- Ash

New Milestone for Electric Cars: Tesla Adds Over 850 Charging Stations Across US

A total of 858  charging stations have been added by Tesla from September 2014 to September 2015, following the company’s “Destination Charging” program—accounting for 80% of Tesla’s charging points in the US.

Tesla operates two kinds of charging networks. First there are the “superchargers,” which can charge a Model S at over 480 km (300 miles) of range per hour. These are found near popular routes to facilitate road trips and, notably, can restore a battery to an 80% charge in 30 minutes or less. Such stations have charging rates that range from 90 kW to 135 kW. But there are plans to improve. Tesla has designs for Superchargers that can charge at a staggering 200 kW.

The second kind of charging station is “destination charging,“ designed to charge Model S units for longer periods of time after they arrive at their destinations.  Such ports have about 50 kW of power. That’s obviously considerably less than the Superchargers, but it is more than enough if you are stopping off for more than just an hour or two.

Tesla continues to partner with various restaurants and hotels to install these chargers across the nation for free, under the stipulation that Model S users are able to use it for free.

Find out more at: http://futurism.com/links/new-milestone-electric-carstesla-adds-850-charging-stations-across-us/

jlu234 asked:

Sorry to bother you but how do you charge sigils?

There are so many ways. Potentially anything involving energy, light, heat, movement, intense emotion, etc. can be used to charge a sigil. Some methods are destructive and leave you without a physical copy of the sigil and some are not. Either way is perfectly fine and it’s really up to your own personal preference. Whatever method you choose though, it is important to focus on the intent of the sigil as you do it. You are directing the energy from whatever source into your sigil to accomplish a particular goal. Here are some examples:

  • Burn it
  • Leave it in the sunlight/moonlight
  • Run water over it
  • Bury it
  • Direct your own energies into it
  • Place it under a charging phone/electronic device
  • Sex/orgasm
  • Blood
  • Pain
  • Dancing/running/physical exercise
  • Write it in something that will disappear (fog in mirror, etc.)
  • Draw it in your food and eat it
  • Draw it on a balloon and pop it
  • Place it in front of speakers and play music

anonymous asked:

how do you charge a sigil?

there are so many ways of charging a sigil! I mainly charge my sigils with the help of the elements, as I find that easiest to visualise. here’s my favourite methods:

fire - write down your sigil on a paper and burn it. it’s as simple as that. fire releases a very intense energy, and is best for when you need you sigil to work quickly, but not for a long amount of time. 

also fire - carve your sigil onto a candle. I usually use tea light candles for this, because it’s hard to carve sigils on the usual, thin and long, candles. light your candle and let the flame charge your sigil. it doesn’t matter if your sigil gets messed up after a while, it’s still there and it’s charging as long as the flame is still alive.

water - write you sigil on something that will dissolve and be destroyed when you put it in water, for example toilet paper. the water will charge the sigil with a less intense energy, but strong nonetheless, that’s great for sigils of creativity and cleansing. 

earth - write your sigil on something that will naturally decompose, for example a leaf from a nearby tree. bury the leaf, and as nature does it’s part, it will absorb the energy of earth. this results in a long lasting flow of energy to your sigil, great for personal strength, confidence and courage. 

meditation - meditate while thinking about your sigil. I like to have it drawn on a paper or like in front of me, in case I forget the design for a moment. this method will charge your sigil with your own energy, which makes it really good because it doesn’t have any general association - you can use it for all types of sigils. just remember to ground afterwards, so you don’t get completely drained. 

almost all of these methods are originated from this post, and I suggest that you check it out, because it has even more ways to charge your sigils. 

good luck, and be safe x

Cleansing and Charging//

Requested by vauthwick~ hope this helps! I have an old post on cleansing but goodness knows it’s time for an update!

Cleansing//

It’s always a good idea to cleanse an object before using it. Especially crystals, objects you intend to charm, etc. I would also advise cleansing frequently used objects such as cell phones, crystals, and charms. One should also cleanse their living space at least once a week.

Methods of cleansing//

•Smoke cleansing with sage.
Sweet grass and lavender are acceptable substitutions.
•Holding an object in your hand and envisioning a cleansing white light surrounding and washing over it.
•Burning sage incense. Lavender, sweet grass and peppermint are acceptable substitutions.
•Burying a crystal or object in the earth for 24 hours.
•Burying a crystal or object in salt for 24 hours. (Some crystals cannot do this such as malachite. Do your research first)
•Submerging a crystal or object in salt water for 24 hours. (Once again, many crystals dissolve in water and this cannot be done to them safely. Do your research to see what is right for your crystal.)
•Bury in white sand for 24 hours.
•Smoke-less cleansing with lavender, peppermint, sage and sweet grass spritz/spray.
•Burning sage scented candles. Lavender is an acceptable substitute.

Charging//

Charging is when you give a particular object energy to do a certain task.

Methods of Charging//

•set out in direct sunlight for 8 hours. (Some crystals will fade with this method. Do proper research first.)
•set out in direct moonlight for 8 hours.
•project a particular strong emotion/personal energy into the object.
•set out during a lightning storm.
•musical charging (example: play a track of ocean waves or birdsong to make an object stimulate a calming effect)
•tell the object what you want it to do while sharing energy with it

The Lazy Witch’s Ring Consecration

This is the epitome of “I got this cool ring but I don’t have the time or the energy to dedicate or consecrate it right now, yet I must wear it” - the simplest form of candle and bonding magic done in a pinch.

You’ll need:

One 4″ chime candle (often also called spell candles - in a correspondent color to your intent, such as black for protection, red for strength, and so on.)

Your ring


Put the candle in a holder (or secure it to a fireproof surface with a dot of melted wax). Slip the ring over the candle so the candle is inside it.

Light the candle, and speak an incantation of intent if you wish. When the candle is done burning, the consecration is complete. Take the ring and put it on, and bury or otherwise safely remove the candle remnants. You can also keep the remnants as a link to ring.

Tada! The crock-pot equivalent of charging.