Casting and Closing a Magic Circle

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SpellsSpiritual  ► Conjuring  ► Casting and Closing a Magic Circle
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This spell opens and closes a magic circle. These should be done before and after every ritual involving one.
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You will need the following items for this spell:

  • 1 athame
  • 1 altar cloth
  • Sea salt
  • 1 besom

Casting Instructions for 'Casting and Closing a Magic Circle'

Opening a Magic Circle Smooth an altar cloth out over a flat surface. If you are opening a white magic circle, trace the circle in a clockwise (or deosil) motion, then draw the pentagram within, starting from the north point. If you are opening a black magic circle, trace the circle in a counter-clockwise (or widdershins) motion, then draw the inverted pentagram within, starting from the south point. Hold your power (writing) hand palm-open over the circle and direct your magical potential into it. Imagine the lines of the circle glowing in a color corresponding to its intent (white light for white magic, red light for black magic, etc.). Closing a Magic Circle Hold your power (writing) hand palm-open over the circle and command the flow of magical energy to cease. Imagine the light you visualized earlier snuffing out like a candle flame or a barely-still-burning charcoal. Sprinkle sea salt in a clockwise rotation over the altar cloth with your power hand.Use your besom (or broom) to clean your altar cloth, thereby literally and metaphorically sweeping any leftover magic away.

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Added to on Nov 11, 2012
Last edited on Jan 22, 2017

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