The Binding, and Banishing, of eldritch monstrosities


This charm is in two parts, and it is simpler in complete silence. It is used to bind and banish beings of great power, and I am talking demigods and Lovecraftian abominations – hope you don’t ever have to use it.

You will need the following items for this spell:

A silver pentacle (optional)
An overpowered eldritch monstrosity (obviously)

Casting Instructions for ‘The Binding, and Banishing, of over-powered eldritch monstrosities’

To start with, if you’re surrounded by screaming people, say clearly, and put plenty of energy into it, “Silentium circa meus” (lit. Silence around me). If done correctly, everyone around you ought to lose their voice.
Begin building up even more energy – and I mean ridiculous amounts of energy.
Face the monstrosity and trace the first line of the pentacle in the air (or even if you have a pentacle simply hold it up) and state:
“Grounded, thou art,
The earth seals and binds
Thine power to destroy.”
Then, trace the second line and say:
“Fire scorches thine energy
Burning away what used to be
Thine power to remain.”
Third line traced:
“The cruel winds gust
Tearing away
Thine mortal form.”
The fourth line is traced here. Be sure to are practically overflowing with electricity.
“Water rages
Eroding thine bonds to thy master.”
The fifth line is traced here. As you state the following incantation, discharge all the energy you’re building up all at once.
“Homo apud Deus” (man among God)
“The gods have heard my prayer
The gods will stand behind me
And add their might to mine.”
After you have published the energy, see the monstrosity wither away and murmur:
Who came unbidden
To wreak havoc upon this world
I say: Enough.”
Then leave, as quickly as possible. When it doesn’t work, then run away without saying the last part. I mean, no one will blame you for fleeing a demigod… Right?

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