October 6, 2016 9:29 am

Goddess Holy Water
By: Deanna Jaxine Stinson, Enchantress

The element of water is greatly used in purification magick. This includes banishment of evil, self-harm, baptisms and renewal rituals.

You may have heard of holy water- water that has been blessed upon by priests in a church, and a male God. This is a version that you may make yourself, whatever your religion or beliefs. I call it Goddess Holy Water, because I want to balance the divine cosmos with beauty and feminine power.

Goddess Holy Water should be kept in a sacred space, a sacred jar or bottle, and properly closed, so that no dirt or debris may enter the water. You may keep jar in the window, or in a very cool and dark place.

The goal is to use as pure as water as possible. Try collecting from sources that already are being charged by the sun, moon or church wells and fountains. You also want to make sure it looks crystal clear.

What you will need:

A large bowl
A sacred bottle or jar
A sacred space
Clear water
The Moon

Goddess Holy Water is a ritual best used under a full or new moon. These two cycles of the moon, traditionally hold the most power. You will have to read a scientific based website such as NASA, to find out when the moon will actually be in these phases in your area, because there is a difference between the moon looking full and actually being so. It does really increase the power, if you can get these details down.


Light one candle (Any color, as they all have light power and it gives more power, the more personal you can make this.)

Place large bowl underneath the moonlight.

Fill up the bowl with crystals that have been properly cleaned and have no dirt or debris on them.

Kneel or stand over bowl and say a prayer to attract angels to you and blessings, and to be protected from evil.

Pour the water into the bowl and visualize crystal streams running over Earth. Also, visualize the angels that you asked for by your side.

At this point, you may light more candles, in holders, but, it is recommended to pick unused candles with a clean wick.

Try placing the candles in a circle around the bowl and yourself, if you want to make it even wider.

While the moon above is charging your water, visualize the intention you wish for.

It is helpful to think of rainbow prisms as sources of energy coming from the crystals, which can purify whomever the liquid touches.

A prayer such as one, I would say, might be something like this, (but you can make any variations you feel you need);

“Please dear heavens and skies and lights of the night, spirits, Goddesses and angels, charge this water so that whomever it touches; is blessed, purified, and protected from evil.

Like a pure light flame, (hands slightly over candlelight to collect energy from flame), I bless our hearts, minds and souls with clarity, beauty and light.”

(Put hands over bowl of water, and visualize rainbows coming from your hands into the water, blessing it.)

Once you feel as if you have properly blessed the water, pour it into your sacred bottle or jar, which you are dedicating for only this purpose.

Any water that is left over, pour onto your third eye, top of head, heart and feet. You will immediately feel the power inside the water.

Keep the jar outside underneath the moon, until the candles burn out.

If the candles are extremely large, or there is an emergency, I recommend using a seashell to put out the flames.

When the candles are done burning, bring the water inside to your sacred space and say one final prayer that angels may bless the space, you and all that come near or touch the water.

Go back outside, clean your mess, and then say a closing prayer over the spot the ritual took place that, all portals are closed; only angels may stay.

That is how you make Goddess Holy water!

Sprinkle on someone to bring clarity, peace and healing.
You can draw hearts and stars and other shapes with it as well over someone, on their forehead, hands, and anywhere you can imagine.


Legends of Mirrors

A mirror is simply defined as an object that reflects light that we can perceive as being very similar to the original source. When a light reflects off of a mirror, it is strong and unscathed, only slightly.

Mirrors were originally polished from glass like stone, such as obsidian, which comes from a volcano (An ultimate source of creation and destruction). The appearance of a reflection was strong in these objects, much like the surface of a body of water. The balance of these attributes gave way to the ancient powerful, seeing device, known today as a mirror.

Today mirrors are used in cameras, telescopes, cars, cds, skyscrapers, beauty objects and even jewelry and clothing. Mirrors have definitely improved society and technology as we know it today. They can even start a fire! Without powerful lens, we may never be able to view distant galaxies and cosmos. We might not groom ourselves so well, either. What about the dentist? They use mirrors to see all those tricky places. We need to thank our lucky stars that mirrors exist!

Mirrors hold extreme power in legends. They can become enchanted, charged, broken, easily found, easily lost and they can fill us with confidence and other sources of energetic spiritual power. Some people believe that if someone dies in a house, there soul can become trapped in a mirror. Because psychics can read energy through old objects, a mirror is definitely a portal to other dimensions, which you should be well aware of.

Oh, don’t forget the tale that if you break a mirror you will have seven years bad luck? Could it possibly mean that all the energy that was imprinted inside is being reversed back onto you? Whatever the case, those who know and understand the greatness of mirrors, will come to know this time as the age of mirrors.

6000 B.C. Turkey, is the first evidence we have of mirrors. The first use is as a looking glass to see one’s reflection. The first purpose is beauty. The power of beauty is very strong as it allows us to see all through space into other existences. The truth of life is magical. How far we can see into the past, present and future with mirrors is mind blowing.

In mythology, Aphrodite is strongly linked to mirrors. She is born from the ocean foams and she gives rise to the beauty of the Heavens. Look, what the power of love has created! All of these powers are coming from a desire to look at oneself, to love oneself and now, we are reaching into the Heavens with it. The power is truly incredible.

The Mirror of Aphrodite is a symbol used to represent the planet Venus. As you know, Venus is the planet represented by our love goddess. The circle means the spirit above our cross of matter; That which is above what we know. The energy, the essence of the divine life exists in truth. A mirror is also symbolized this way to also show itself as a wand, and the power that we have to create with ourselves, in charge, in love.

Mirrors are pieces of reflective glass that are fused with coatings of hot metal to make it even stronger. The metal helps make the reflection more clear. Glass is a type of quartz, which is polished, than painted on with silver, gold, copper, bronze or chrome. Today, aluminum is the most favored metal coating because it is used best with ultraviolet lights. The silver and gold is great for infrared. The quality of the reflection is determined by, compatibility with metals, lighting and heat processing.

Today mirrors are advanced and evolved and so too is the world that they have created. The great power lies in mirrors of the past, present and future. What will the end result be of the use of these tools? Perhaps, we can try to see into them to where they came from, and where they belong, from Earth, into the skies, with light and time. What magick has evolved with them?

Mirror Chant Spell
spiritual confidence

I am love
I am light
I am luck
I shine bright

The Age of Mirrors

The age of information
Truth and beauty

Deanna Jaxine Stinson, HPI Esoteric Detective
aka The Rose Goddess
Halo Paranormal Investigations (HPI International)
Email: deannastinson70@yahoo.com
Sacramento Haunted Paranormal Hotline: For Investigation or Advice: 916 203 7503


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This post was written by Paul Roberts