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anonymous asked:

I have a question on moon water and how to make it. I was wondering if the water has to be directly under the moon's light? Is it okay if I put the water in a Mason jar (I hope I said that correctly)? And also how is the process exactly? Thank you x

I actually have a little infographic describing my own process for making Moon water. There are many ways to do it, though, and this is just how I, personally, usually do it:

Not everyone does it this way. Plenty of folks, for example, don’t chant over the water, nor add salt, and that works for them just fine. I personally do close up my soon-to-be moon water in a mason jar or other vessel, especially if leaving it out-of-doors. 

This helps to keep random debris from falling into the water. Typically, I try to situate the jar or vessel in such a way as to catch the direct rays of the Moon, but it hasn’t always been possible to do so, and I did get results using several batches that weren’t in direct moonlight. 

You might notice that if you’re outside (or near a window) and the Moon is full and bright, the level of ambient light is influenced by this. Thus, your water absorbs power from that ambiance. 

Another thing - it’s advantageous to check which sign the Moon is in when you’re making your water. If the Moon is void of course (between signs) the water is typically suited to spells and workings that are more private, internal, and perhaps even secretive. 

The Moon in various signs will lend certain properties to the water, depending on the sign, and you can research the power of each sign on almost any astrology site. 

As well, it’s worth noting that you needn’t limit your Moon water to full Moon nights, though most witches consider that a good time to make it.

I’ve made moon water during many phases of the moon, including (oddly enough) the dark moon. In all these cases, the Moon is still present and the ambient forces of the night itself are tied to it.

I want to add, as an ending to this post, that it’s been a really, really long time since I’ve had an opportunity to make Moon water. I live in a tiny apartment admit massive imposing communist-era concrete buildings, and it can be difficult to find a place for a jar of water, either on full Moons, or any other time.

 A few times, I left a jar on the windowsill, but given the way my apartment feels and is structured, I felt like the water, in that case, was more connected to the inside of the apartment than the night and Moon outside. 

This is not to say that Moon water must always be made out of doors, but it’s good to consider how the ambient energy surrounding the water feels before you leave it to charge. It’s also good to experiment charging waters, to find out which method works best for you. 

A lot of it will depend on what sort of magical forces you’re sensitive to, and how easily you block out extraneous stimuli. I struggle to explain this, but basically, the water is only as useful as your own ability to sense and connect with the Lunar forces imbued in it. 

If you connect easily with Lunar energy., you’ll likely have very good luck with water left adjacent to the light of the Moon and the nighttime, even if it isn’t directly in the path of moonbeams. Some people aren’t going to respond to this, though, and might find it best to ensure the water is directly in moonlight. 

I hope this makes sense, and is helpful. Thank you for writing to me! If you have any other questions, please feel free to message me or send me another ask!

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The sky!! I’ve already talked about the sky a lot in other entries, but there’s still some misc info I haven’t talked about.

First, I will reiterate what we’ve learned so far about the sky in PT:

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  • The sun is further/dimmer than on real world earth. As a result, fauna and flora have different adaptations and the sky looks different than the picturesque blue sky we usually think of.
  • The moon is saturated with a force called “lunar radiation,” which acts like a kind of wild card poison on most living creatures and speeds up the incubation of the lycomorph virus.
  • The moon was shattered by meteor impacts before Tartra’s current historical record. This is what caused the first apocalypse, and many of the societal wipeouts/micro apocalypses that happened afterwards as well.
  • Some of the shattered pieces of the moon have formed a planetary ring around PT’s earth. Sometimes these pieces fall from the sky and wreck stuff.
  • The higher tides in PT exist in part because the climate is hotter (so less of its water freezes) and in part because the moon getting smashed up just kind of messed up the tides. High tide and low tide are much less predictable because it’s not just one celestial body with a strong gravitational pull effecting the tides, but a closer, more broken up moon with more fragmented satellites. (I’m sure Real Science would have an even worse prognosis for life on earth under such a circumstance, but bear with me.)

So, what facts about the sky have I not talked about? SPACE TRAVEL, or rather the lack thereof. Before the apocalypse, Civilization Alpha probably had the same kind of space travel we had pre turn-of-the-millenium. Space travel was still in its young days when it was snuffed out—they had reached the moon, only to find out that its surface was completely un-survivable due to the radiation, and so they were kind of in a quandary of what to do next. People had dreams of space colonies, but they were discouraged by the lack of reachable goalposts once they realized the moon was a deathtrap. Interest was waning, and then the apocalypse hit.

It was the final nail in the coffin for space travel. Not only did they lose pretty much all space travel research, but the stardust belt around the planet made the idea of taking off and landing pretty much impossible. The rocket ships designed beforehand were not built to withstand collision with space rocks, and no one was interested in trying to design a hardier spaceship that could or one that could maneuver around hazards when taking off/landing when starvation and mass deaths from lycomorphs and psionics were happening.

These days an interest in space travel is seen as a ridiculous fringe interest/hobby, sort of like being one of those hardcore alien/cryptid believers IRL…