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A friend and I just got our decks and were wondering if there are any good Full Moon rituals for charging our decks?Celadon94 updated 2 years, 3 months ago 1 Member · 3 Posts
JessicaMemberFebruary 1, 2021 at 7:02 am
As the title says, a friend and I have received decks recently and with the Full Moon coming soon, I was curious as to any rituals we could do together that will charge our decks.
We don’t have a lot at our disposal. I may be able to swing a candle (any specific color/less?), we have access to tobacco and flame. Should we build an alter if sorts? We prefer a chaos approach and I understand that any approach is a good one. But I was wondering if there was any super “witchy” way we could come together under the Full Moon to charge our decks?
We are both new to the craft and to tarot in general and any helpful tips you all might have for us?
What do YOU do that provides help?
Thanks for any feedback to a newbie. I know it must be frustrating in a way.
But we are Fools. 🙂
mamadgafGuestFebruary 1, 2021 at 7:02 am
Just leave them in the moonlight, nothing fancy required. My bedroom faces the full moon so I leave them on my window earl outside of the box.
Some people will interview a new deck, but that’s not related to the full moon.
Celadon94GuestFebruary 1, 2021 at 7:02 am
A friend of mine uses a black scrying bowl as a collector-focus for the moon’s light, and rings her cards around the center where she places her favorite moonstone. Being black, the bowl does not absorb energy (which is why it makes such a good scrying tool), while the moonstone gets a full charge quickly.
Later, if your cards need another dose you can simply place the moonstone on top of your deck. My friend said the charge on the cards is effective for a few days, while the charge on the stone is effective for about 20 days or so. This technique is effective with any clear moon past half full. With a full moon, a complete charge only takes about 50 minutes.