The SATOR charm is an easy charm that can be used to protect from negative influences.
Casting Instructions for ‘SATOR Charm’
The SATOR charm is an easy charm that may be used to protect from negative influences. It’s formed from five words of five letters each. It is a two dimensional palindrome, read the same backwards and forward, top to bottom or bottom to top. The five words are in Latin, or thought to be, and was initially found at the ruins of Pompeii. The five words are interpreted as: SATOR: (from serere=to sow) Sower, planter; founder, progenitor (usually divine); originator AREPO: Unknown, probably a proper name, either devised or, possibly, of Egyptian origin TENET: (from tenere=to hold) holds, keeps; Understand; owns; masters; preserves OPERA: (noun) work, maintenance; aid, service, effort/trouble; (from opus): works, deeds. ROTAS: (accusative plural of rota) wheels One likely translation is The farmer Arepo has [as] works wheels [a plough]; that is, the farmer uses his plough because his form of work. It may be read the same forward and backward in Latin. To make the SATOR charm you will need a sheet of white paper at least 8×8 square, Dragons Blood Ink, a red pencil, rosemary essential oil and the tools for casting a circle. Cast your circle. Once It’s throw, choose the blank piece of paper, the Dragons Blood Ink and your pencil, and draw the following words in a square: SATOR AREPO TENET OPERA ROTAS Anoint the edges of the paper together with the rosemary essential oil. State something to the effect of I bill this charm of SATOR for the purpose of security and magical defense. Then, raise or draw energy down into the charm. Continue to direct energy into it until you can see it start to quiver in your perception. When completed, give the indication of Silence to seal the energy into the charm. Then close the ring as normal. Once done, you must hang the charm above your front door. If you would like extra security you can charge several and hang them above all the windows and doors in your home.