Hello all, I am new here, I bring forth an interesting subject which hasn't yet been discussed on this forum. The theory and practice of Taoist Weather Magick. I am one of the last remaining Taoist Weather Practitioners within the Western world. The art is both a philosophy and a science. It is a form of environmental and elemental sorcery, practiced for the purposes of controlling, influencing and changing the external world, in order to align the outside with the inside. Methods range from pacing The Seven Stars (The Steps of Yu) to drawing out Fu talismans, using magical hand gestures, using weather stones and dressing in traditional Dao robes, the priest can command nature to his or her own will. Each weather type corresponds with an emotion, you can summon rain to wash away sadness, cleanse the mind of worry, wash away the old thus bringing forth the new.
You can call winds to blow away bad luck, remove doubt and refresh your spirit. Calling thunderstorms has a profound ability to exorcise demons and heal illness, storing stormwater in a jar is one such way of keeping negative qi from entering your house. Feng Shui has a lot to do with Taoist weather magick, if you roughly translate it, it means Wind Water. The body itself corresponds to the weather. The gall bladder is related to the clouds, the liver is related to the wind, the spleen is related to thunder and the kidneys relate to rain, when the element is summoned by the practitioner, he or she could use wind, for example, to heal the liver. I hope you will consider looking into this type of nature magick. - Lord Josh Allen