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This will show you how to cast a circle in a simple form.

The first step is to set up your circle by getting some objects to represent (North, East, South, West) like candles or crystals.

Then you will have to say the words of power like this: say to the North (you can point your wand at north) and say "The Guardians of the North, welcome to my/our circle" then move to South and say the same thing, but say "The Guardians of the South, welcome to my/our circle" then do the same for the East and West. You have completed the circle.

Then if you want to close it, say "Guardians of the North, thank you for coming to this circle" and go around all of them. You have done the whole ritual.

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