Spell Casting, Ritual & Image Crafting

Spell Casting, Ritual & Image Crafting

Spell casting is normally encompassed by ritual to help raise your magical power to put into your spell. This basic principal has not changed in our software although it is different. You can still garnish your cyber spell casting with any ritual you wish, how much is totally up to you.

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As you are going thru the process of crafting your spell, and choosing the appropriate images to use in your spell, you are in effect doing a small ritual. All the time you spend in the crafting process, you are directing your thoughts, helping you to focus your mind on the task in hand every time you do it.

If you have never wrote a spell yourself, I suggest looking through some online book of shadows (spell books) to get the feel of how they go together, and get used to the pattern of the words. Spells that rhyme and roll off the tong easily tend to work the best, providing you have put the thought and emotion into creating them first.

To enhance this we recommend crafting your own spell specific images, these can be photographs from your digital camera, scans of drawings or illustrations or a composite done in Adobe Photoshop. The more thought, time and effort you put in to your image crafting, the more power and momentum your spell will have. A Free comparable alternative to Adobe Photoshop is Gimp http://www.gimp.org/

When crafting your spell some correspondences to think of incorporating are:

  • The targets Zodiac sign and its corresponding planet.
  • Colour correspondences.
  • What part of the lunar cycle will be best. (waxing or waning moon)
  • Using an appropriate crystal. or combination of crystals e.g. Quartz, obsidian etc
  • Astrology may also prove to be worth looking into.
  • Incense is a very powerful addition

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