Bags versus jars

Obviously cloth bags won’t work so well if you’re using an oil, but otherwise are jars and bags interchangeable? I mean if the scent is part of the working of the spell clearly a bag makes more sense. But since I have many more jars than bags and having scented bags all over the place might make me look weird, can I do a spell bag spell in a spell jar?

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I don’t see why not. If you want the scent you could even poke holes in the lid I guess.

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Wow that was a fast answer! Thank you!

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You’re welcome! Remember this is just my opinion. Someone else may say something else.

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@Undomeher use what you have. I don’t think it really matters.

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I use pouches, bags, jars, bottles… it depends on what I have on hand & what the spells intent is going to be.

I re -did my Grief Sachet & it hangs from a sconce above my side of the bed. I have a witch’s ball (plastic ornament) with my intentions for the year 2021 hanging from the other sconce. I have a couple of spell jars on my altar that were the little jelly/jam jars. One is for peace & calm the other is for protection.

I also use a small jar of the same type for my Fresh Incense for the Morrigan. I have others with different mixes in different types of small jars.

There’s not really a set rule for which you use, it’s up to you & what you have to work with & the purpose & how you want to perform it. :blush:

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