Spell A Day
Spell Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2001
During the third or tenth hour after sunset, take one mandrake or bronze fennel root, and pass it through incense smoke and a candle flame. Then sprinkle with water and salt,
saying: “I consecrate this root by the powers of the elementals that it may be cleansed and purified to aid in my work.” Set the root on a pentacle, saying: “Little man, listen to me. I’ll dress thee and keep thee in my company, that thou turn aside harm from my fighting man, that he return safely as soon as he can.” Wrap the root in red cotton yarn. Raise energy and direct it into the rootman, saying: “In the eye of Mars, by the fires of fury, let my warrior be steadfast, safe-kept, and victorious.” Wrap the root in a red cloth and hide in a safe place. Keep it there until the warrior returns, then unbind the root and bury it.
This post was written by Ann Moura
on November 20, 2001
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