Demystification

Simple Sigil Creation: A How-To Guide

One of the most common messages I get goes something like this: “What is your process for creating sigils? It can’t be as simple as scrambling up letters, so what’s the real secret?” The truth is, there isn’t a secret. Making sigils is actually quite simple. Anyone can do it. Even for a complete newcomer,

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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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Raw Sigil Art

As a kind of follow up to the “Peek at the process” post I made last week, here are some images of the raw, pre-Photoshop versions of various sigils from the past year or so of the Sigil Daily project. Some of these are unused versions or early drafts. If you like them, let me

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A Peek At The Sigil-Making Process

I regularly get requests for clarifications on the sigil-making process, so I thought I’d show a few of the steps I use to (quickly) create some of the custom sigils I make for Sigil Daily’s Tumblr and Twitter followers. This isn’t meant to imply my process is the “right” way to do it, as there

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New Sigil: “She Will Spend Time With Me”

This sigil is a complementary piece to yesterday’s post, intended to attract the time and attention of a specific female. The scope of this sigil is simple, uncluttered and specific. It does not seek to create burning desire, raw sexual attraction or pull the cosmic strings to manipulate anyone. The focus is merely to remove

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New Sigil: “He Will Spend Time With Me”

One of the most powerful facets of sigil practice is the ability to crystallize even basic desires into clear symbols. Most people don’t fundamentally yearn for great power, international fame, obsessive love and bottomless wealth; they simply want their lives to be happier. It’s that deep, pulling need for something simple — affection, validation, security

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