selfdeception's magickal journal (bubblecube) wrote in dark_gathering,
selfdeception's magickal journal
bubblecube

protection enchantment

0) obtain a piece of leather (fake is fine)...
I) cast a circle, do a banishing ritual, read the lords prayer backwards, or anything else to start the ritual off...
II) Light a candel and say... "i invoke thee salamander to bless the recipient of this spell with your fiercness and streangth so they may conter or block any damage so their inner light shall continue to burn"
III) place the leather in the flame and say... "i ask that you not harm the recipient of this spell..."
IV)Remove the leather from the flame and prepare a pool or bowl of water and say... "I invoke thee undine to bless the recipient of this spell with your vitality so they can quickly regenerate any damage they sustain and their blood may still flow..."
V) place the leather in the pool of water and say... "i ask that you not harm the recipient of this spell..."
VI) Remove the leather from the water and go/remain outside and say... "I invoke the sylph to bless the recipient of this spell with your agility so they may avoid taking damage and continue to draw breath.."
VII) Hang the leather for the day and say... "i ask that you not harm the recipient of this spell..."
VIII) After the sun goes down dig a hole in the ground and say... "I invoke thee gnome to bless the recipient of this spell with your stamina and resolve so that they may sustain great damage but take no ill effect from it and so they may live as long as the earth..."
IX) Burry the leather and arrange stones on top of it in the shape of a pitchfork or trident... say... "i ask that you not harm the recipient of this spell..."
X) dig it up once the sun rises... the leather is enchanted to protect you... it is always active, but when in a situation where this may be very useful do the following:

increase the effects of the enchantment
have the leather on and say:
fire water earth air
when i am in despair
fire water air earth
the protection spell shall increase in girth
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