Whistle­blow!

Chat It's Fate - - Winds Of Change -

Folk used to believe that witches could whis­tle up a wind – maybe one of the rea­sons whistling women were frowned upon. Sailors used to buy spells from witches to con­jure the wind they needed. The spells came as a knot­ted cord – with each knot un­tied, the gusts be­came stronger. If you want to whis­tle up a wind to dry your wash­ing or sim­ply tin­kle your wind chimes, blow in the di­rec­tion you want go, the wind to vi­su­al­is­ing it be­com­ing stronger. Ask the spirit to help of the wind you, and al­ways say thanks af­ter­wards.

Big puff: Say thanks

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