Libber V

Libber V is divided into four wards and two phases.

The first ward is Eastward. The second is Sunward: the direction of the noonday sun. The third is Westward. The last is Poleward: the direction of the nearest of Earth's poles. If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, Poleward is North.

Begin by orientating yourself. Modern phones typically include a compass if you aren't sure which direction is East. If performing Libber V indoors, choosing the nearest wall to each of the cardinal directions is fine - no need to worry about facing precisely East.

First Phase - Exaltation and Inscription

Face Eastward.

This is the direction of emerging. Give the sign of LOGOS.

Inscribe the pentagram before you; then give the sign of Silence.

Turn deasil, Sunward.

This is the direction of midday. Exalt our Lady of Gold and give the sign of RAY'S.

Inscribe the pentagram before you; then give the sign of Silence.

Continue turning, face Westward.

This is the direction of setting. Give the sign of DEATH.

Inscribe the pentagram before you; then give the sign of Silence.

Continue turning, face Poleward.

This is the direction of the night. Bow to the Bride of Stars and give the sign of JUNK.

Inscribe the pentagram before you; then give the sign of Silence.

Give the sign of the Bornless God.


Second Phase - Diction and Devotion

(Note that if you live in the Southern Hemisphere, the words "right" and "left" will be swapped below.)

Return to face Eastward. Give the sign of BEAUTY.

Intone

Turning deasil, face Westward,

Face Poleward. Give the sign of UMBRA. Maintain the sign until exhaustion, then intone

Let your arms fall, and step outside the circle.



Libber V should be performed at least 5 times daily for full affect.