What Can Be Done To Protect Yourself From Werewolf Attack During The Full Moon?
As a common human without paranormal powers, and abilities you may find full Moon nights to be a terrifying prospect. At least those of you who know the true scope of the supernatural world, and the Werewolf menace! Sometimes ignorance is bliss but other times it can be downright dangerous! So what can be done to defend yourself against a Lycanthrope? Thankfully Mother Nature has provided various objects to repel, and even eradicate dark supernatural beings that hide among the shadows of the Moon. The things we mention here are meant for self-defense purposes only. We only recommended Werewolf extermination as a last resort if there is no other choice available to save your life, or those of innocent humans in your vicinity. As always we must remember that Werewolves are humans….at least during the day. The following Werewolf deterrent measures can be utilized on your person, or set up around your home, or business:
- The most commonly used Lycanthrope defense tools are religious artifacts due to the demonic DNA Werewolves possess. Thanks to the largest population of humans believing in Christianity, specifically the Catholic religion, their artifacts work the best. However any religion you truly believe in will work to some extent. Especially if you are calling upon a higher dimensional God or Goddess to protect you. When it comes to religions it’s not necessarily the power of your God but rather the number of people believing in said God to create a collective human consciousness power base. These artifacts include holy water, holy fire, holy oil, or just about anything blessed by a Priest. In fact everything listed below can be blessed for added Werewolf repellant power. Water, and fire usually have the most power but since we don’t want to finish off the Wolf we would stay with the holy water. Something that can easily be transported on your person, and loaded into Super Soakers for quick usage. You may also find holy crosses, crucifixes, and other religious symbology, best worn as jewelry, will aid in your quest to avoid Werewolves. Holy books such as the Bible can be of use along with reading religious quotes out loud even though the wolf doesn’t understand them.
- Prayer to your God or Goddess of choice has been shown to save lives at the hands of hungry Werewolves out for human flesh. From simple nature deities all the way up to Universal Gods. If you don’t have a personal in with a particular God, or some deep religious belief, then your best shot are actually local nature Goddesses such as Nymphs. There are Nymphs for every aspect of the local geography, fauna, foliage, and weather as well. So be specific in who you’re calling for help. Keep in mind that smaller things are tended by Fairies who may be of some help but odds are slim unless there’s a whole group of them.
- The next best repellent is pure Silver in any form. Most conveniently worn as a necklace or some other jewelry. It becomes even more potent when it’s also a religious artifact. Silver plated materials are less effective than a complete silver object. Naturally there is the infamous silver bullet that can easily finish off a Lycanthrope. However we strongly suggest remembering that these are people by day, and they have families who love them! Your goal is to evade, and escape rather than eradicate.
- The herb Wolfsbane, aka Monkshood, or Aconitum, is the most repellant plant found in nature when it comes to the nocturnal Werewolf menace. This flowering plant can be grown in areas to keep supernatural wolves away along with being distilled into an oil, and added to super soakers. Mixing Wolfsbane with holy oil will give it even more deterrent power. In addition you can crush the Aconitum, and let it brew in holy water to create a potent repellant.
- The Werewolf Whistle is a tool used by professional Cryptozoologists, and Werewolf Hunters to both repel, and lure Werewolves with a special supernatural ultrasonic sound.
- Good luck can help as well. Especially if it’s close to Saint Patrick’s Day. Always carry your Lucky Charms with you, and if it’s your birth month then wear your Birthstone for added luck.
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