It’s almost Samhain! While there is nothing specifically witchy about sigil magick, there’s no denying that some of this site’s biggest supporters are pagans of one flavor or another. With those wonderfully supportive folks in mind, here’s a fun sigil for everyone braving the cold and the dark to keep this Gaelic festival alive. WhetherRead on »
Archives: October 2015
“I will be spiritually and emotionally connected to the world around me”
This sigil, inspired by a message from one of our Tumblr followers, speaks to our deep need for connection to others, to ourselves, and to this ever-changing thing called life. It’s a particularly fitting sentiment for the approaching holiday of Samhain (you also know it as Halloween, of course), a time when both spiritual andRead on »
Q&A: Are sigils useless after activation?
I also had a question about sigils: Can they be used as tokens or runes, perhaps as something to write on oneself, tattoo on oneself, graffiti onto areas of affect for example, or are they virtually useless post-activation?” ~ andromedovs via Tumblr You have great instincts! A sigil is just a symbol, and it onlyRead on »
“I will be light in a time of darkness”
This sigil came as a Samhaim-specific request from the Sigil Daily Tumblr group. It’s wonderfully evocative, isn’t it? Given the context, it seemed fitting to go with a script design choice that echoed the tastes of many modern pagans, Wiccan, Druids and generally witchy types. As a result, this sigil has elements of both NorseRead on »
Q&A: Is it beneficial to make multiple sigils of the same desire?
“Hello! I was wondering, does making multiple Sigils of the same meaning boost the Sigils effect? Or should I word them differently and still make more of the same kind?” ~ kidriser7211 via Tumblr The wording isn’t as important as you might think. The sigil doesn’t really represent the words you used to create it,Read on »
Q&A: Do you have to strike out vowels and duplicates consonants?
What are you supposed to do if you write out a phrase and you reduce all the letters, and there aren’t any left with which to make the sigil? The rule I’ve always followed is just to cross out the letters that repeat, and a couple of times that happened to me. I ended upRead on »