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Knot Magick



 

Knot Magick History


 

 
 

 Here are links to a few very nice articles on the history of knot magick 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

traditional nine knot spell


 

 The traditional nine knot spell is performed by tying nine knots into a 13 inch length of twine, string, or rope.

    The traditional order for tying the nine knots is (from left to right on finished length of string):

---2---8---4---6---1---7---5---9---3---

    An alternate simple order:

---8---6---4---2---1---3---5---7---9---

    While tying each knot (from number one through number nine), recite each of the following magick chants:

    By knot of one, the spell’s begun 
    By knot of two, I make it true [alt: my words are true; it cometh true] 
    By knot of three, so mote it be [alt: it comes to me; it must be] 
    By knot of four, the open door [alt: may the spell be stregthened more; this power I store; it’s empowered more] 
    By knot of five, the spell’s alive [alt: may the spell come alive; this spell contrive; the power thrives] 
    By knot of six, the spell is fixed [alt: this power I fix; this spell I fix] 
    By knot of seven, the earth and heaven [alt: may the power through me be given; events I’ll leaven; by earth and heaven] 
    By knot of eight, the stroke of fate [alt: may the power be great; it will be fate; the web of fate] 
    By knot of nine, the thing is mine [alt: may the thing I wish for be mine; what’s done is mine; my desire is mine]

    [alternate ending:] 
    In the name of the Lord and lady 
    The spell is cast 
    So Mote It Be




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