Sign of protection carved on brown coal
Only for good wishes. Paint in the hand width blood
Sign of Life
Carve on Silver Spruce.
Protection against curses etc.
Hang on leather strap around the neck
Protection against what moves around you
Paint on Oak width blood
Protection against black magic Carve on copper from three church bells and temper in blood at Whitsunday mass
For good fishing
Ghost galdr Hold it to see the hidden
King Solomon’s seal
Protection and pleasant dreams Carve on brown coal
Against all diseases (The numbers around it only show the number of lines required. They’re not supposed to be there.)
Against pain, disease, magic, accidents. The following spell goes width it:
‘Christ sat in front of the church door, torch in hand, the blessed child, and book in the other.
<< Why do you grieve my son>> said blessed Virgin Mary.
<<I am wounded and sick>> said Lord Jesus.
<<I shall heal you from foot-pains, hand-pains, regret-pain and brain-pain and the worst pain of all >>
His illness disappeared.
Anyone who keeps this prayer shall be rid of their illness.’
Sæmund the learned/good’s lucky knot
Against an enemy
Write in the hand
(There’s a spell that goes width it, but it has been lost.)
Chases evil away Paint on virgin skin width virgin blood. Aron’s Broom is used width this spell against a bjära (A’bjära’ was a kind of ball that the witches sent out to milk the farmer’s cows, steal cream, cheese etc. When the mission was accomplished the ‘bjära’ returned back to the witch and puked up the milk for the witch, like a pellet. That makes it an interesting coincidence that the word I know for this in Swedish is ‘puke’. The pronunciation isn’t the same, but the spelling is:
‘Devils spirit, cunning, gray,
flies width mosquitoes in the sky,
wounded, crushed, beaten
the dark sinks and is slit open,
filled width magic tapeworm
burn you and pine width war,
over swarmed, poor thing,
cut, slashed and scratched.
Now he’s bound,
Forced and rejected, bound
by the shackles of the Fenris Wolf,
poor creature, twisted,
tormented, as the soil grows
and the hatred rises in the fjord.’
The troll-staff kvennagaldur
Makes a woman love someone
Uncover a thief
Enchant a woman
Rune B is carried under the right heal and has a spell: ‘May you not be able to sit anywhere,
May you not feel comfortable anywhere,
If you don’t love me.
This I ask of Odin.’
Amulet for wealth
Carve in stone
To win love
Against suffering and danger
Carve in brown coal. Against black magic and evil spirits. The side width the sign is pointed at/pressed against the object.
The large dream sign
Carve on silver or white leather on a midsummer night. Sleep on it and dream of what you wish for when the sun is at its lowest point.