Archives: July 2017

Zodiac Sigils: “Pisces”

In the final installment of this twelve-part series, Sigil Daily “reimagines” the zodiac symbol for “Pisces,” which is no more or less fish-looking than the original. This is all in good fun, and if you like what you see, feel free to use it in any relevant context. (If you use it in a blog

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Zodiac Sigil: “Aquarius”

In part eleven of this twelve-part series, Sigil Daily “reimagines” that most flowy and wavy of zodiac symbols, “Aquarius.” This is all in good fun, and if you like what you see, feel free to use it in any relevant context. (If you use it in a blog post or something, please cite SigilDaily.com as

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“This object is unnoticed, and its contents obscured”

This sigil originated as a request from a Tumblr follower who wanted to know if I could “make a sigil for making something not be noticed?” Sure thing. Now, let’s see if anyone can find the web page it’s on.

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Zodiac Sigil: “Capricorn”

In part ten of this twelve-part series, Sigil Daily “reimagines” the stubborn old goat of the zodiac, “Capricorn.” This is all in good fun, and if you like what you see, feel free to use it in any relevant context. (If you use it in a blog post or something, please cite SigilDaily.com as the

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Sigilcraft: Creating A Simple Sigil

I get a lot of questions about my process for creating sigils. I actually use a variety of methods, but the “strike the vowels and mix the other letters up” approach is still a favorite. Here, you can see the entire process happen on a single page, with the original text at upper right. Down

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Zodiac Sigil: “Sagittarius”

In part nine of this twelve-part series, Sigil Daily “reimagines” the symbol of everyone’s favorite centaur archer, “Sagittarius.” This is all in good fun, and if you like what you see, feel free to use it in any relevant context. (If you use it in a blog post or something, please cite SigilDaily.com as the

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