TheTintinnabulation of the Bells
Colour of theday: White
Incense of the day: Lily
In times past,church and town bells rang out to mark certain parts of the day, times forprayer, and more. Some cultures still use bells to signal these practices, thetintinnabulation surrounding far and wide, reminding people of theirobligations. Today, the bell is often overlooked as a magickal tool, butreclaiming its power will add a bright spot to your magicks.
Purchase a smallbell: be sure to test several until you find one with a pleasing ring. Chargethe bell in full cycles of sun and full moon, then consecrate it with all fourelements, dabbing it with saltwater and passing it through the smoke above aburning candle flame. Use the prepared bell to mark sacred space oroccurrences, ringing it to signal the start and end of prayer, mediation,ritual, or gatherings. Keep it on your altar space when not in use..
This post waswritten by Susan Pesznecker on March 10, 2014