Turns you or somebody else into a nymph (half-human, half-faerie). Both steps must be completed, although this is really a two-phase spell.
Casting Directions for ‘Become A Nymph’
Read this entire thing before beginning. You must do this alone unless you’re casting the spell on someone else. First, decide. You’ll have powers but they are unique to each person, so I can’t let you know what yours will be. It may be of. Wood was chosen by me.
After you have chosen your element, set a piece of it and on the night of a new or full moon, either go outside or sit in front of an open window. You dont need to, and you can light a candle or burn incense that will assist you concentrate, although have mysterious and peaceful music playing in the background.
Cast a circle and draw a seven-pointed star in the air with your wand. If you prefer, also draw a cross for security. If you are currently doing it on somebody else, you may either need one of the hairs, a drop of their blood, or they will need to be present. Set the jar containing the element in your lap and put both hands on it (the other person is going to need to do it if you are doing it on them and they’re there).
Close your eyes and sit up. If another man is present, put your dominant hand on their head. At precisely midnight, chant: Tha einai ena paramythi gia to tou gia panta. If on someone else, chant: Tha mia neraida mechri ta mesanychta avrio. Then sit in quiet vigil till 7:00 am.
The person or you will be given by the following morning, head out to a fort and the king and queen you cast the spell in their acceptance and blessing. You’ll be given your powers and must go home and try to discover what powers you have been given. You may figure them out.
Take the jar, should you wish to become completely a human then on the night of the new or full moon and break it. Then dispose of it using that element (fire: burn it, earth: bury it, etc.) at midnight, chant: Atnap aig uot sokim ot aig ihtymarap ane ianie aht.
For someone else, have the jar is disposed of by them, then place on their head and chant.