What do you call that?
Posted 19 July 2015 - 06:46 PM
Natural wood, holly from the center of a small tree. Not a terminal bud, as the tree has those pruned out regularly. A little longer than your average wand, about the length of my entire arm. One end is a point, for directing energy in the way of a wand, but the other end is also a business end. It has three prongs that spiral out and then closed, and is the gathering end. It isn't a wand, or a spindle, or a stang (goodness it threw a hissy when I suggested it might get shod), or a distaff (the wool would get stuck in the spiral). It is for controlling storms of all sorts. More than anything it looks like a stretched-out dorje, which is a magical implement used in the Himalayas, sometimes said to be thunderstones. It's asked for ornaments of skin, feather, and red stone.
Has anyone else ever used, or even heard of, this tool?
Posted 20 July 2015 - 12:32 AM
Ask and see, the worst it can say is "No."
Broke, poachin' ass bitches in these streets,
So many people wanna see me fall,
Invite me to the table but don't want me to eat at all.... ---- Z'Ro the Crooked
Posted 25 August 2015 - 07:39 PM
Posted 25 August 2015 - 09:21 PM
Interesting about the weather rake. Last week, we had this wicked storm move in. Started pounding us with baseball size hard ice hail...a lot of it. I got up, faced the direction the storm was coming from (stayed in the house of course), use my arms and hands above my head in a separating motion, while telling it to disperse and go away. Did this for the other three directions. By the time I reached the last direction, the hail stopped, and the storm moved on...30 seconds in total from when the hail started. The storm move to another area and pounded the hell out of it...sorry folks, but I wanted my area safe.
Posted 27 August 2015 - 01:22 AM
Have pic of a really kickass version of the tool? Curious, melerly
I understand if you don't want to share images of your working implements.
Posted 27 August 2015 - 07:26 AM
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