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Old 05-12-2005, 08:45 AM
MasonTemplar MasonTemplar is offline
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"Those upon its top, the Grand Omnific or Royal Arch word, which we as Royal Arch Masons should never give except in the presence of three Royal Arch Masons, we first agreeing by three times three, and under a living arch."

"They then balance three times three, bringing the right hand with some violence down upon the left. The right hands are then raised above their heads, and the words, Jah-buh-lun, Jeho-vah, G-o-d, are given at low breath, each companion pronouncing the syllables or letters alternately..."

Sounds pretty "crafty" to me. Here's part of a little spell:
banish these horrid sins No more lies or ill feelings present be Lest they return to source Three times three Sand and Sea Wind and Sun, banish them their power is done. THUS THIS I WILL SO MOTE IT BE!

Here's another spell:

Three Times Three Spell
Wind in the north, run through the trees
Three times three, let them see, let them see
Sands of the east, rich soils beneath
Three times three, set them free, set them free
Fires in the south, awaken from sleep
Three times three, let them see, let them see
Water of the west, flow to the seas
Three times three, set them free, set them free

It works best if you have something representing that person, like a strand of their hair or a fingernail.
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