This is not my spell. It is a translation of a Russian spell to turn someone into an oborot, or “one transformed”.
Small copper knife (substitute bronze, brass, or, if all else fails, other metals such as steel) Tree stump (preferably of an ash tree, short enough to leap over) Night, in a forest, no full moon needed
Casting Directions for ‘Russian Werewolf Spell’
Walk into the tree stump and then stab it with the knife, then walk it around repeating a memorized incantation:
On the sea, on the sea, on the island, on Bujan,
On the empty pasture gleams the moon, on an ashstock lying
In a green wood, in a gloomy vale.
Towards the stock wandereth a shaggy wolf,
Horned cattle looking for his sharp white fangs;
However, the wolf enters not the woods,
However, the wolf dives not into the dark vale,
Moon, moon, gold-horned moon,
Check the flight of bullets, blunt the hunters knives,
Break the shepherds cudgels,
Cast wild fear upon all cattle,
On men, all creeping things,
That they may not catch the gray wolf,
That they may not rend his hot skin!
My word is binding, more binding than sleeping,
More binding compared to the promise of a hero!
When enough power is built up and you feel the energy flowing through you, jump thrice over the stump and you shall transform and run into the forest.
If this spell works, it works instantly, when one jumps the third time within the stump. By jumping thrice over a knife, they use magick to transform into a wolf. The stump assists in their magick by incorporating the power of nature.
If you make it work, email me and tell you exactly what sort of knife you used and how it worked.