Comic Appearance
First Appearance
Charmed Lives
Last Appearance
No Country for Old Ones

Although it was originally called freezing time, it was later learned that this power didn't actually do that. It is still the most common thing for the sisters to call this power.


Although it didn't actually freeze time and instead slows down molecules, the Charmed Ones continued to call it "freezing". Some fans call it molecular immobilization, a descriptive term that became canon for the comics when it was used in The Sourcebook. It is also known as slowing down mulecules, because it is the ability to slow down molecules to the point where they move so slowly that objects and people appear completely motionless.

Magical PeopleEdit

In the ComicsEdit

The SourcebookEdit

"The first of my powers to be revealed was the ability to freeze people and objects through molecular immobilization."

Charmed LivesEdit

Used by Piper when she tries to freeze vines, but fails to.

No Rest for the WiccaEdit

Used by Piper to freeze the rain and the people around her.

Mortal EnemiesEdit

Used by Piper to freeze her Realtor.

The Heir Up ThereEdit

Used by Piper to freeze the objects Melinda had moved.

Oh, HenryEdit

Used by Piper to freeze a flying demon.

Where There's Smoke There's a FirestarterEdit



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