An Incantation for Fortune
in the varied ways…
FORTUNE is best sought a single event but may be drawn for the general and varied ways. The incantation may be cast on any day save the day of the thirteenth of the month, lest bad fortune befall ye.
On a piece of natural paper, ye should draw the symbol as shown:
The incantation that follows here should be spoken afore a lighted candle that be the sole light of a dark room:
Spirits of Luck and Fortune may mine voice be heard that thee not forsake mine acts but tend to the ways that befall me let not they be done in poorness. Follow this worker the way of the virtue in the time of the sun and the moon and the twelve signs that thou shalt not let arise the spirit of misfortune upon mine path and in its lead let this worker be misled.
Empower thy symbol with thine fortune and with let pass thy skill. So I ask thee, so let be.
Dismiss the spirits according to form and call. The candle should now be extinguished, the paper properly placed and kept upon thy person and carried with ye always when fortune is the need.
To gain another as an ally for whatever reason desired, you must first obtain a sample of hair, nail, blood or bodily excretion from the individual whose alliance you wish to secure.
At the midnight of a waxing moon, you will need light two candles. The candles should be placed side-by-side on a flat table or surface.
On a piece of paper, torn or cut neatly to a circle the diameter equal to a hand’s length, write the following letters in its center:
Below these letters, write the full name of the person whose alliance you seek. Above the letters, write your full name. On top of the letters, in the middle of the circle of paper, place the bodily sample of the person.
Repeat the following invocation:
In thy name I beg thy aid
That with it may this spell be made
This union ever to remain
Two separate links to form a chain
An Incantation for Skill
in the desired arts…
SKILL is best achieved by an invocation that speaks directly to the spirit of the desired art. The arts are themselves named after the spirits and so are addressed in the name of the art.
Three fresh leaves of an oak should be placed on a table and surrounded then by the placement of five lighted candles of beeswax so as to form the five points of a pentacle. A circle should then be drawn around the whole and no more should any enter or leave the circle.
The desired art must be addressed by name and her invocation ye should speak in a soft yet firm voice:
Spirit of (name the art), I summon thee to this place that thee may attend to mine desire of skill in thine beauty.
Spirit of (name the art), I summon thee in the power of the everlasting virtue of the highest that thee attend. Thy skill I desire so as to honor the virtues of thine art. Let this pass between us that thee suffer not the pain of torment for thy disregard and the two edged sword in its swift and unyielding justice might stay its blade from thee. Grant thy skill now that thee shall enjoy the product of mine labors in thy name. So this I ask, so this let be so.
Having spoke the invocation, dismiss the spirit. The candles should be extinguished and the leaves should be rolled and buried in freshly turned soil.
An incantation for the passing over of a loved one.
This incantation should only be worked on a dawn following a death. Seven candles should be lighted and placed in the following formation on a flat surface, such as the top of a table:
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Standing at the southern end of the formation, the following invocation should be spoken aloud: