An Incantation for Fortune in the varied ways...
FORTUNE is best sought a single event but may be drawn for the general and varied ways. The incantation may be cast on any day save the day of the thirteenth of the month, lest bad fortune befall ye. On a piece of natural paper, ye should draw the symbol as shown:
The incantation that follows here should be spoken afore a lighted candle that be the sole light of a dark room:
Spirits of Luck and Fortune may mine voice be heard that thee not forsake mine acts but tend to the ways that befall me let not they be done in poorness. Follow this worker the way of the virtue in the time of the sun and the moon and the twelve signs that thou shalt not let arise the spirit of misfortune upon mine path and in its lead let this worker be misled.
Empower thy symbol with thine fortune and with let pass thy skill. So I ask thee, so let be.
Dismiss the spirits according to form and call. The candle should now be extinguished, the paper properly placed and kept upon thy person and carried with ye always when fortune is the need.
Ancient Conjurations and Invocations:
- A General Summoning of the Spirits
- Conjuring Andrealphus
- Conjuring Bileth
- Conjuring Haagenti
- Conjuring Harborim
- Conjuration of Balam
- Conjuration of Paimon
- Conjuring of Shax
- Conjuring of Zepar
- Conjuring Spirits
- Dismissing the Spirit
- Incantation for Binding a Faerie in a Stone
- Incantation of Naberius
- Incantation for Skill
- Invocation for Binding an Unknown Spirit
- Invocation for Discovering Truth
- Invocation for Fortune
- Invocation of Forneus
- Invocation of Lost Souls
- Locating Hidden Treasure
- Make Gusoin Appear in a Crystal
- Summoning Flauros
- Summoning Phoenix
- Wealth Incantation Spell