For this powder, you will need light blue talc, Mugwort, St. John’s wort, Male Fern, salt,and sage. Cleanse and consecrate all items, including the jar you will be storing it in. With a mortar and pestle, grind each herbs slowly, first widdershins to dispel all excess energies not associated with the weather working, then deosil to empower the herbs with weather working (ie. to dispel excess energy in a storm without stopping the rain from falling).
Once you have all the herbs ground well, mix them together, stirring deosil, joining their energies as one, to work together to ease the storm. Hold the blue talc in both hands, and visualize it as the element of air until it glows in your hands. Once you feel it has been charged all it can be, mix the herbs with it, and as you blend them together, empower the whole mixture with the power of going forth, up into the storm and easing it’s fury.
When you use this powder( and it shouldn’t be everytime it rains a little, only if the weather is getting very horrid out) you should hold some in your power hand tightly until you feel it pulse in your palm and get hot/warm/tingley. As you hold it in your hand repeat over and over that you wish it to ease the storm, put not stop the rain, that no harm should come to any this night/day. Use your own words. It works better when you do. After you have repeated this and the powder is ready, go out into the storm (be sure to put on rubber soled shoes) and starting in the direction the storm is coming from, say” I charge thee powder go forth from me, the fury of the storm thou are to ease”, then gently blow some of the powder in that direction. Do this until you make the full circle, reciting and blowing the powder to each direction. When you are done, you should have a small amount left in your hand. Hold your hand in front of you and again recite the evocation, and ask Spirit/God/dess to take the powder to the storm and help you in your quest.
You should store the powder in an air tight container,shaking it occasionally to keep it from clumping up, on your altar/house shrine or some other sacred space you have.