Spirit Palace Construction: Tutorial
This is a tutorial for how to build a cloth “spirit palace” for spirits. It is a friendly take on the classic triangle of manifestitation and is not ideal for solomonic style evocation or for compelling spirits. This is a seat of honour and respect. You could make one tailored for a specific spirit. The one I made is a general evocation triangle.
Step One: Cut a small triangle out of drop cloth
My measurements / angles aren’t perfect. They don’t need to be, but you could employ (sacred) mathematics if you are a perfectionist or if that appeals to you.
I used acrylic paint to line it.
Step Two: Create a stylised border
I created a hypersigil from sigils I made for “respect”, “honor”, “welcome”, and “hail”. I used gold and purple acrylic paint pens to create a stylised border.
You could modify this by using bindrunes instead of sigils, for example.
Step Three: Create a throne sigil
I used acrylic paint pins to paint a hypersigil for “spirit palace”, “seat of honour”, and “throne”. Change this as you like.
Finally I filled I painted grounding sigils in the corners with acrylic paint pens. I filled the rest of it out with white acrylic paint.
I did not add any magical oils (etc) to the paint, but you could. Mullein or Dittany of Crete would be good candidates.
You could use a simple incense charging and consecration, or get as ceremonial as you please. You could build an astral construct onto it as well.
You could also create a “spirit prison” using the same basic method, to evoke and torture the spirits of your enemies. Or a simple spirit trap.
Depending on your style and comfort, it can be placed inside or outside of your circle.