The sorceress gazed at the demon with hopeful curiosity. “Did I say it right?”
“I have no idea, I don’t speak Latin. Half the time people are just cobbling together something from Google.” Then it laughed, that excruciatingly sweet laugh that had seduced countless beings into committing unconscionable deeds.
“Does Latin not work?”
The demon liked this one. She had curiosity, manners.
“Sometimes, sure,” the demon replied truthfully. “But so often intent is cloaked by affectation.” The creature cleared away the circle surrounding it, easily brushing away the diamond-dust laden chalk. “Why did you write in Latin, anyway?”
The sorceress blushed ad mumbled, “I saw it in a movie.”
“We are thousands of miles and thousands of years from the height of Rome’s empire of magic users.”
“Will you teach me to do this properly, please?”
The demon smiled. Not once, in ten thousand years, had anyone simply asked. It was incredibly refreshing.
-Make a circle out of power tools. (Screwdrivers and wrenches will do in a pinch)
-Place a pair of socks inside sandals in the middle of the summoning circle
-Chant “Hi Hungry, I’m dad” over and over
-Touch the thermostat
This spell is designed to let a specific spirit know that you are open to communication. It includes protective elements to avoid attracting negative entities.
*It is important to research the side effects of herbs before coming into contact with them. One should also keep in mind their personal allergies and medications taken when ingesting herbs. Your safety is more important than an ingredient.*
Dried Rose Hip (2 or more)
Dandelion (one stem and flower)
Mint leaf or scent, in any natural form
An item that relates to the spirit you wish to contact
A Brown or White candle
Light your Clove incense and your candle.
Sit with your item in your hand. Rub it clockwise.
Picture the spirit as you know it in your mind. Verbalize your openness to receiving communications (if you are unable to verbalize this or do not feel comfortable you can think it instead).
Take your rose hip and dandelion. Wrap them together (with string or cloth). Bury them under your doorstep (if you do not have a traditional doorstep you can put it on your porch, hang it in your doorway, or bury it by an entrance).
Leave a window or door open (it could be slightly open or fully open) for one hour.
Be sure to pay attention to little signs and happenings after performing this ritual and be sure to try and remember your dreams!
This spell is dedicated to my Grandmother, Marie, who I never had the chance to meet during her short time on earth. I hope to see you someday.
Fairy dust, a sprig of thyme, silver bells that sway and chime. A garden of flowers, a lock of hair, music and laughter fill the air. A bright new moon, a shooting star; calling fairies both near and far.