Necromancy

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Raise the dead!

Casting Instructions for 'Necromancy'

You will need the following items for this spell:

  • 1 pint of goats blood
  • 1 cup of well sifted sand
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You will need the following items for this spell:

  • 1 pint of goats blood
  • 1 cup of well sifted sand

Find a body. Draw a pentagram on the ground with blood. Place the body in the center of the pentagram if it isnt buried.Throw the sand onto the pentagram. Say this latin incantation: "Tabula Rasa Per Capitar Non SequitirEt Cetra!"


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Necromancy is a form of divination, not reanimation of the dead. Raising the dead is impossible.

May 31, 2019
Enough faith and experience, you can do anything, although please don't violate human decency

May 31, 2019
No. Necromancy is working with the dead/spirits not bringing people back from the dead. Magick doesn't contradict nature, once something is dead it can't be undead [exception to people pronounced dead after a few minutes and their heart starts again. I'm referring to dead for weeks, buried, then brought to life with magick. That doesn't happen] there are forms of vodou that use blowfish poison to turn people into ''zombies'' but they're not really dead, it's a combination of poison and spellcrafting that paralyzed parts of their mind/body.

Feb 27, 2020
(warning: sarcasm) Oh wow! I suppose I could just toss a skeleton in a bloody pentagram and watch it try to drink my booze!

I do not practice necromancy, but that is not how necromancy works.

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