Casting Instructions for 'Breaking a Geis'
It is important to have the ingredients at hand, and to learn this spell before attempting it. Geis magic is not the sort of thing you should dabble in lightly.
First, the flame should be prepared in a safe place. Second, You should present the symbol of your Geis. Thirdly, you should chant the words. Its best to do it near a tree or animal, though it is not needed.
'Druantia, Of the druid, of the forest, a humble soul wishes to ask of you.'
If your call is answered, there should be a mild sign - the best one could hope for is the wind to pick up or the flame to flicker/die. Is the flame dies, re light it.
'Lugh, of the skilled, of the greats, a humble soul begs to ask of you.'
There should be a second show of them listening, if there is continue.
'In shadow of Myrrdin, Beyond treason of Fianna, I beg all to listen.'
This last time there should not be a response, if there is then you were rejected. if not, you should continue.
'By fault I have come of a Geis, By shadow I ask of it removed, By treason I ask that (the name of who casted it on you) forgives me and all others that i wronged.'
You should lift what ever the symbol for your Geis is, up over the fire.
'Here is my fault, here is what binds me.'
You should then show proof of change, or say it out loud.
'By this, I humbly beg - as a servant - for freedom of this curse.'
Toss the item into the flame, or put it above it. Normally, if you got this far, that means the Geis has been broken. However, there is a chance a second Geis could be placed on you. This spell is only to be used when needed, if the Geis on you is not terrible then you should think of a different solution.
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