Saturday, July 16, 2011

How To Make The Magic Garters

Take enough of the skin of a stag/deer to make two hollow tubular Garters, but before stitching them up thou shalt write on the side of the skin which was next the flesh the words and characters shown in the illustration, with the blood of a hare killed on the 25th (22nd) of June, and having filled the said Garters with green mugwort gathered also on the 25th (22nd) of June before sunrise, thou shalt put in the two ends of each the eye of the fish called barbel; and when thou shalt wish to use them thou shalt get up before sunrise and wash them in a brook of running water, and place them one on each leg above the knee. After this thou shalt take a short rod of holm-oak cut on the same 25th (22nd) of June, turn in the direction thou wishest to go, write upon the ground the name of the place (recite this word "ALBAAC ALDAE"), and commencing thy journey thou wilt find it accomplished in a few days and without fatigue. When thou wishest to stop thou hast only to say AMECH and beat the air with the aforesaid wand, and incontinently thou shalt be on firm ground.

Note:
For Record purposes only.

Source:
The Greater Key of Solomon
Including A Clear And Precise Exposition Of King Solomon’s Secret Procedure, Its Mysteries And Magic Rites, Original Plates, Seals, Charms And Talismans.
Translated From Ancient Manuscripts In The British Museum, London. By S. Liddell MacGregor Mathers

1 comment:

  1. Hindi ko pa na-try ito, pero bago ko ito nahanap sa GREATER KEY OF SOLOMON may kahintulad na pamamaraan na naituro saken:

    Mahalagang sangkap ang "balat ng usa" kung saan isusulat don ang isang orasyon o maaring ito na ngang nasa ilustrasyon, at sa loob ng balat ng usa papalamanan ito ng artamisa (herb) na kukunin bago sumikat ang araw sa petsa ng June 22. Sangayon sa paliwanag saken kaya June 22 kukunin yong herbs na artmisa kc sa petsang yaon yon ang eksaktong tinatawag na SUMMER SOLTICE kung saan isa ang petsa na ito sa apat na petsa na mahiwaga sa loob ng isang taon.

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