Twitter Sigils

When Sigils Become Body Art

Back in 2013, as the Sigil Daily project was finding its feet on social media, I did a bit of guerilla marketing on Twitter. The idea was simple: Turn @SigilDaily’s followers’ screen names into sigils. These were fun, off-the-cuff works of sigil art, and there are several I still count among my favorite works for

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New Sigil: “I will be open to receive and give more love”

The suggestion for this sigil came from one of our Twitter followers, and it’s a wonderfully simple sentiment. Most people mistake “love” for a variety of other emotions, many of then rooted in unfulfilled need rather than true connection with another person. The word can all too easily be a proxy for some other longing,

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New Sigil: “I will gain prosperity through my own effort in the next three years”

One of the most common issues for novice sigil makers is knowing exactly how specific to be. Big concepts like “wealth” and “love” are easy things to want in the abstract, but are also so vague that it can be all but impossible to tell if the ritual actually worked. Is a $20 birthday gift

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Twitter Sigil: “I will get a good job as a mental health therapist”

Every so often, I’ll send out a call to our followers on Twitter asking for their sigil suggestions. These often end up being very specific to a particular person’s situation, rather than the widely cast net of sigils we generally create. In this particular case, Twitter user @mike579 requested something perfectly specific: “I will get

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New Sigil: “I Will Overcome My Physical And Financial Difficulties”

Sometimes, a sigil is most powerful when it is a reminder of something you already have etched into your soul. The “magick” is in that certain knowing that inside you is a force more powerful than the drudgery and tedium of your problems. It is a seed, pressing its way through that heavy soil with

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Twitter Name Sigil Project: A Showcase

For the past month, we’ve been using Twitter to grow awareness of our project by creating sigils from the screen names of our followers. These are simple sigils, created without an eye towards activation or any specific intention other than to create something unique for the people who follow our work. While the original idea

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