Lightning Struck Wood (4x6 Bag)
Lightening struck wood is a powerful curio within Hoodoo and Native American traditions. It can be added to any work to increase its power. It is particularly good for commanding spells, sex spells, and spells of destruction, which draw on its fire energy to destroy. Fire also has a dual nature to transform; hence its ability to be used in positive works as well.
Our lightning struck wood is from juniper, cedar, and pine trees. The type of wood is subject to availability, I am unable to procure a specific kind for special requests given I literally have to climb mountains to get what I have. You will get what I have in stock at the time of ordering.
Currently our lightning struck wood is mostly or completely charred.
Suggested Use: Add to any mojo bag or gris gris to amplify its potency. Keep a piece on your altar for power and protection. Pulverize and add to sachet powders to boost their effectiveness. Add to floor washes to increase their cleansing power. Burn along with cedar for a powerful cleansing and blessing incense, and to drive negative energies away.
To learn more about Lightning Struck Wood, read the article below.
Price is for one generously stuffed 4x6 inch bag. I also offer a smaller bag for $9.95 here.
About Lightning Struck Wood
The temperature of lightening is around 30,000 degrees C or six times as hot as the surface of the Sun. It is believed that sap is one reason trees are common targets for lightening because sap is a better conductor of electricity than air. When lightening strikes a tree, the energy is discharged through the tree turning the sap into steam, which causes the bark to split apart.
Trees that are struck by lightening are not always burned and do not always catch on fire.
Lightening struck wood can be added to any work to increase its power. It is particularly good for commanding spells, sex spells, and spells of destruction, which draw on its fire energy to destroy. Fire also has a dual nature to transform; hence its ability to be used in positive works as well.
Our lightening struck wood is from juniper, cedar, and pine trees.
According to Navajo beliefs, it is not wise to burn lightening struck wood as a source of wood burning fuel as it can cause illness and bad luck. Lightening struck wood is considered the property of the Spirit of Lightening and so it is avoided.
Because we have an abundance of this rare and powerful item, we can offer it at very reasonable prices. We offer this curio for sale in two sizes.