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Translation to Ancient Latin or Ancient Greek

 
 
Reply Mon 6 Jun, 2011 09:08 am
How would the following be in Ancient Latin or Ancient Greek(both works)? "Great power over the air gather your strength in this object, let this object get the power over the air ! Let the owner of this object get the same power! I command and beg to thee great power to do this! In the name of the five elements i command thee to give your power to this object!
The one who stands in this circle shall have control over the powers of the universe.
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Reply Tue 7 Jun, 2011 12:35 pm
@Ogabooga,
Great power over the air gather your strength in this object,
Potestas magna aeris vires tuas in hoc confer

let this object get the power over the air !
hoc potestatem aeris capiat

Let the owner of this object get the same power!
Possessor huius eadem potestatem capiat

I command and beg to thee great power to do this!
Te magnam potestatem hoc facere impero et precor

In the name of the five elements i command thee to give your power to
this object!
In nomine quinque elementorum te hui potestatem tuam dare impero

The one who stands in this circle shall have control over the powers
of the universe.
Is qui in circulo stat moderationem super potestates universi habebit
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