This powerful magic spell incantation can be used to enhance one's ability to learn and to acquire a knowledge rapidly.
Best when cast on the third night of the waxing moon.
You will need three sticks of wood of equal length, a hand's length each being ample enough.
You must be out of doors when the spell is cast.
On the night you wish to cast this spell, go out to a quiet and secluded place. One need be seated, and if at all possible, it be best if one be seated on the earth.
Take some time and meditate on one's desire, be it general or specific.
Next, take the three sticks of wood, and lay them flat on the ground to form a triangle. In the center of the triangle, place your index finger of each hand, tips side-by-side and held firmly against the earth, as if with both fingers you are pointing in unison at that one spot.
Repeat the following incantation:
Stars of heaven
Holders of the ancient knowledge
Watchers of our ascents and declines
Silent yet strong
Grant me this I ask
Aid me in mine quest, yea, slake my thirst
And fill mine mind
With that I wish to know
So, this I ask, as it may be
So let this thing be so.
Book of Shadows
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