Invite Weight-loss (Formatted)

 

Gives the wisdom to find and understand information on healthy diet and exercise, removes temptations and roadblocks, encourages the luck and moral of the individual dieting.
I’ve posted this spell before but had no idea the formatting would make everything unreadable.

You will need the following items for this spell:

Pen (Preferably black or red)
1″ * 11″ blank paper strip (simply tear it off a pieve of computer paper)
A written copy of the runes and their titles so you do not overlook them while your doing the ritual
A box or piece of fabric of value to you that you can use to cover the talisman

Casting Instructions for ‘Encourage Weight-loss (Formatted)’

This ritual/ charm, produces a talisman, because itll help you keep the magic with you and energetic. This process will be long, annoying, and draining, but bear in mind that the more work you put into a spell, the more you get out. Before you start worrying about supplies for a talisman, dont worry. From talisman I mean cheap paper piece of junk which you could fit in your pocket. The way that I get magic to stick to talismans is by using the old runic alphabet Elder Futhark. Every rune corresponds to a letter, has a title, and conveys magical significance. Runes were used by pagan priests in scandanavian countries for divination and magic. Spells of magical doesnt carry font support for runic letters, so Ill only be giving you the names of the runes in English and relying on you to google them so you know what they look like. Before you even start, you’re going to have to make a bindrune for yourself. A bindrune resembles a signature and it represents YOU in any spell which involves runes. To create one, google Elder Futhark and find the two/three runes that represent the intitialls of your title. Then write them on top of eachother in a pleasing and semetrical way. You may enjoy this, as bind runes, and the runes which make up them can reveal something about your personality. READ ALL INFORMATION BELOW BEFORE BEGINNING. There is a lot of prepwork and a lot of the magic requires personal knowledge The runescript (series of rune letters youre likely to use):
Ansuz – Represents wisdom and communication. It starts the magic of the talisman, so the spell begins when you start looking for and obtaining info on weightloss. Itll help you locate great sources and allow you wisdom in your decisions
Bindrune* – write your bindrune so the spell knows who the wisdom, and the charm Generally is for
Dagaz – rune representing day or a brand new day in this case, giving you chance and a fresh start
Hagalaz – its literal meaning is hail, but in addition, it removes distractions and impediments. Just consider it as a bunch of hailstones slamming into any temptations that can knock you off track, or even hit you if you dont get with the program.
Jera – Means year and signifies growth and success over time, rewards for hard work
Wunjo – means joy, and as it is almost the final letter in the script, it means that no matter what happens the spell will make happiness.
Ingwaz – retains the spell from fading away.
I want to point out that the runescript is seven symbols, which is a number of magical significance and can power up the spell even further. Now for the real spell:

Meditate, ground yourself, whatever you need to get ready for a horrible power intensive charm.
Bring your stuff into the location where youll do spell work.
Use your personal magical power, or a broom used just for ritual purposes to clean your spellwork area of energies that can interfere.
Construct a magical circle to reduce interference and help gather magical energy. If you need to know how to do this, ask me or look through the forums.
On all sides of the paper youll want to compose your runescript seven days. It helps if they are evenly spaced apart.
While you write each rune, chant the runes title and think as hard as possible about what each runes place is at the spell and visualize it happening to you. As you do this some energy will leak from you, through the pen and ink and into the shape of the rune. Bear in mind that runes are magical by their very nature so this is adding a lot of juice into the spell. *Remember that while you write your bindrune, write the parts of it in order of your initials, chant the name of the rune part youre currently writing, and consider what that part of your name means to your identity
When youre done doing this to both sides of the paper. Use a little bit of your saliva to cover every rune on the paper strip. This is a bit like giving the runes life-blood.
Fold the strip of paper into a level pentagon. The process to do this is the exact same for making those little oragami stars. Ive included a link with instructions: http://www.origami-instructions.com/origami-lucky- star.html Your strip is thicker so the pentagon disk will be bigger. And dont do the final step of pinching the edge. You might want to practice this.
Cover the talisman either by placing it in a box, or by wrapping it in a cloth nine times over. Walk around the coated talisman nine times while talking alound what you want the talisman to do. Be somewhat specific. Visualize the energy in the talisman growing.
Uncover the talisman and bring it to your lips. Chant the runes at the runescript fourteen times while considering what the runes will do. Very time consumming, but also serves to give the breath of life to the talisman. You can now think of your talisman as nearly a primative living thing.
Harness the talisman three times to get its attention, tell it its purpose, and name it if you would like to.
Raise it over your head and chant ANSUZ LAGUZ URUZ. These three runes are constantly spoken or written at the end of rune magic. Its almost like a runic variant of so mote it be.
Congrats your spell is finished. Carefully undo the magic circle and carry the talisman on your pocket. Start looking up reliable information regarding weightloss. I recommend talking to your primary care doctor about wanting to lose weight and reading The End of Overeating: Taking Charge of the Insatiable American Appetite by David A. Kessler.
I hope you find this information helpful

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