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A Spell to bring the Sun back out

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<This spell is designed to work on days that are gloomy. Know that you are the center of the universe, and you control the weather.>

Rain, rain go away, come back some other day,
Grey clouds depart, let the Sun show its rays,
Glorious Sol, Apollo, Ra, and any other name of yours,
We repect and hold dear the light and life you give to us all,
Let no rain fall, no rain let pour,
for this is your day alone, and to you we crawl,
Like innocent babies coming to their Fathers arms,
This we ask you to come show your glory and might,
No cloud shall cover you, and this spell not one harmed,
Come to us during day and the moon by night.

<At this point imagine your hands nails are sharp enough to penetrate clouds and can reach them, pull the clouds apart as if tearing a piece of paper>
 

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Many years ago I used to live in northern Scotland and I used to take tourists around the community on Sunday afternoons at 2pm. I did that every Sunday for a year and never got wet.

Often it would be raining at 11am on Sunday. I would be with a radionics practitioner and I would point out the rain and she would treat the community for "clarity of consciousness". The theory was that the weather was created by the local humans. When their consciousnesses cleared up, so did the weather.

It worked every time.
 
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I also wrote a spell like this on BALG:
Years ago I wrote this out, and unfortunately have lost the log of it, but from memory this is how it goes…
Rain, rain go away,
Sol, the Sun, come on out,
Gray clouds depart, and go away,
Let it be bright and warm, on a great day out.
By the names of Helios Apollo sol!!!
Now, you may notice it will get brighter, even if the Sun is behind the clouds. however, reach up toward the sun, and imagine your fingernails ripping into the cloud; and with a sweeping motion swing your arm away, as if pulling a tablecloth off a table.
 
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Many years ago I used to live in northern Scotland and I used to take tourists around the community on Sunday afternoons at 2pm. I did that every Sunday for a year and never got wet.

Often it would be raining at 11am on Sunday. I would be with a radionics practitioner and I would point out the rain and she would treat the community for "clarity of consciousness". The theory was that the weather was created by the local humans. When their consciousnesses cleared up, so did the weather.

It worked every time.
This makes so much sense
 

Scottish_Pride

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Many years ago I used to live in northern Scotland and I used to take tourists around the community on Sunday afternoons at 2pm. I did that every Sunday for a year and never got wet.

Often it would be raining at 11am on Sunday. I would be with a radionics practitioner and I would point out the rain and she would treat the community for "clarity of consciousness". The theory was that the weather was created by the local humans. When their consciousnesses cleared up, so did the weather.

It worked every time.
Hahaha, if this is the case where I live then we’ve got one batshit crazy population.
 

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Many years ago I was on a bus through Coober Pedy - said to be the dryest town on Earth. The main industry is individuals digging the ground for opals.
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So it was black and raining in the west and black and wanted to rain in the east. In the middle was Coober Pedy - blue sky, dry as bone.

There were padlocks on the external taps in the town, and the people felt hard-hearted.

That general aridity in the population was reflected in the local climate.
 

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Many years ago I was on a bus through Coober Pedy - said to be the dryest town on Earth. The main industry is individuals digging the ground for opals.
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So it was black and raining in the west and black and wanted to rain in the east. In the middle was Coober Pedy - blue sky, dry as bone.

There were padlocks on the external taps in the town, and the people felt hard-hearted.

That general aridity in the population was reflected in the local climate.
I'd probably be pretty rough around the edges, too, if I lived in place like that. It's likely what they've had to do, in order to stay there. Those who couldn't adapt like so, probably all packed up and left.
 
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