Weather Magic Correspondences

Please note that these are not medical or herbal in purpose. Research each ingredient before attempting to take it internally in any fashion. These are for magical association and purposes only.

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For fair weather

SOURCE # PAGE # For fair weather
     
2 162 garlic
12 76 Calendula / marigold
12 127 yarrow
14 NA nettle

To summon or bring rain

SOURCE # PAGE # To summon or bring rain
     
2 160 fern
2 164-165 heather
2 166 henbane
6 N/A hydrangea
12 76 Calendula / marigold
14 NA nettle

 

For lightning, for thunderstorms

SOURCE # PAGE # For lightning
     
2 247 oak
2 247 ash

 

To protect against lightning

SOURCE # PAGE # Against lightning
     
8 13-14 acorn, oak
2 53, 142-143 bay laurel
2 158 elder
2 53, 163 hawthorn
2 164 hazel
2 167 holly
2 53, 177-178, 194 mistletoe
    nettle
2 194-195 rowan
2 201-202 thistle
2 247 thorns
12 7 bay
12 110-111 St. John’s wort
13 31 laurel tree
15 27 nettles
15 250 nettle

 

To prevent or stop storms at sea

SOURCE # PAGE # Prevent or stop storms (at sea)
     
2 132, 162, 194 garlic
2 132 Ti [South Pacific, Hawaii]
2 187-188 peony
14 NA nettle

 

To raise winds

SOURCE # PAGE # To raise winds
     
2 145 broom
2 196 saffron
11 NA alder [Alaskan]
14 NA nettle

 

To calm winds

SOURCE # PAGE # To calm winds
     
2 145 broom
14 NA nettle

 

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