Bottle magic is probably one of the most versatile and easy forms of spell casting I’ve encountered. It could be as small as a bottle necklace or as big as a large vase or jar (preferably something with a lid, though, to keep the magic in).
Actually a form of folk magic, a spell is sealed inside a container. This serves a number of purposes – the first being that it keeps the magic concentrated, and prevents it from escaping before the spell has been completed. The other nice feature of a jar or bottle spell is its portability – depending on the size, you can take it anywhere you like, whether it’s buried under a doorstep, tucked into a hollow tree, placed gently upon your mantle, or tied around your neck. You could even incorporate this kind of magic in your altar.
What sort of container you use in…
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